Evia - Drimonas waterfalls - Dafnopotamos
Evia, is also known as Euboia. It's is Greece's second-largest island, just after the big island of Crete. When on holidays, many visitors seek golden sand and transparent waters; others, dream of wild, rocky beaches; and others prefer organized beaches, suitable for children. Evia, in the Aegean Sea, has all the above and even more. Evia is renowned for its seafood and handcrafts. Like Crete, Evia has many small mountain villages in beautiful settings. They often have local handicrafts and unusual food products, and many of them have significant chapels worth finding "the lady with a key" to open them up so you can take a look around.
We drive you through a beautiful road trip at Evia island. Just relax in the luxury of our unique Land Rover and enjoy the rout. Arrive at magical waterfall of Drimonas where you can swim and take some wonderful pics. Drive to Dafnopotamos beach for a mini adventure in this breathtaking landscape. It is one of the most beautiful beaches of the island, with wild beauty, rich fauna and flora. After that we can enjoy a delicious traditional meal.
The climate in Greece is predominately Mediterranean with mild and rainy winters and warm and dry summers
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It is acceptable to wear jeans around the city, providing you dress them up with a smart blazer or blouse. Be sure you get a pair of comfortable shoes for walking, hiking. Also do not forget your sunglasses.
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