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Walking the mysterious island of Evia

28th January 2010 Print
Walking in Evia

The UK’s leading guided walking holidays’ operator, Ramblers Worldwide Holidays, is offering an 8 day holiday in the south of Evia – a short ferry trip from mainland Greece.

It is an idyllic off-beat destination with picturesque villages, wonderful landscapes, superb beaches, gorges and a spectacular display of wild flowers in the Spring.

The ‘base ‘for this tour is Karystos at the southernmost tip of the island from where one can explore dramatic slopes of the region’s highest mountain, Ochi with its mysterious ‘Dragon House’.

Other highlights of this holiday include, cobbled trails to remote villages with ancient chapels, ruined watermills, a Roman aqueduct and majestic castle; a walk down the verdant Dimosari gorge, past rocky bathing pools to the beach of Kalergo and the ancient chestnut forest of Kastanalogos.

Price from £699 per person, includes return flights, transfers, half-board accommodation and the services of a dedicated tour leader.

For more information and bookings, visit

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Walking in Evia