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Gregolimano Beach

Neon Studios, holidays in Edipsos

Beaches and attractions at the area of ​​Edipsos in northern Evia

The beaches

The whole area of Northern Evia hosts a variety of beautiful beaches with crystal clear waters, ideal for swimming and fishing. The extended shoreline forms many coves, with shallow waters and vibrant sea life, that offer ideal conditions for swimming, snorkeling and spearfishing.

  • Agios Nikolaos beach: With sand and pebbles and amazing natural coves.
  • St. George Lichadas & Gialtra: Wonderful green beaches with the trees reaching the shore.
  • Gregolimano: Cosmoplitan, sandy beach hosting a beach bar.
  • Kavos: Organized wonderful beach with many taverns. From this area you can visit Lichadonissia.
  • Agiokampos-beach of Nisiotissa: Sandy beach with crystal clear blue waters.

Of course, keep in mind that the entire coastline from Agios Nikolaos to Agiokampos features unique, secluded beaches that will fascinate you.

Agiokampos beach
Agiokampos beach

Archaeological Collection

The wider area of Edipsos was inhabited long before the association of the settlement with the thermal springs. Edipsos begins to become famous during the classical and early Hellenistic times, to reach its great prosperity during the Hellenistic and Roman period. All this course over the centuries has left us a rich cultural heritage, that you can admire in the Archaeological Collection of Edipsos.

The Cave of Roman Emperor Sulla

Dates to the Roman period and located behind the hydrotherapy center of EOT.

Old Hydrotherapy Center

This magnificent neoclassical building is the connecting link with the glorious and prosperous past, when Edipsos was famous throughout Europe for it's thermal springs.

Platania of Edipsos

Picturesque neighborhood with old hotels and taverns that flourished during the 60's.

The Bull of Oreoi

Marble sculpture that dates back to 290 – 280 BC and can be found behind the Temple of the Savior at Oreoi village.

Istiaia Museum of Natural History

Stuffed exhibits of various animals and birds as well as fossils.