What sets Evia Island and the Sporades islands apart from the rest of Greece is not simply their natural beauty but rather their tranquility.
Their tree-covered mountains, azure sea, golden sands, all together in total harmony, form the image of serenity that characterizes this part of Greece. From the time when Artemis hunted in her wooded hills and the people fished for the little mollusk that produced the purple dye for royal robes, up to our own day, Evia has offered her constantly changing landscape to the traveller.
Tiny villages, medieval castles, hot springs, rippling brooks, all exist at their own rhythm, in their own dimension. Scattered round Evia are Skiathos, Skopelos, Skiros, and Alonissos – smaller islands with the same loveliness, the same greenery, the same serenity; islands made by the gods for people.