The second largest island after Crete, in Greek archipelagos and the third after Cyprus in the eastern Mediterranean. It is separated from the mainland of Greece with the Evian Gulf.

  Source:Goevia.com

 

 


The Island of Evia has two bridges, an old and a new one for easier access.
 

 

Boat travel: Travelling by boat gives a special feeling to the traveler, looking for the perfect blend of relaxed and exhilarating while on holiday, but also because the small ferry routes from the mainland to the island of Evia, are enchanting.  Evia now is joined to the mainland, from at least 6-7 ferry boat connections from Western Greece and Thessalia . Skyros too connects to Evia through a permanent coastal line by Kimi, and in some months there is also an itinerary between Sporades islands too .



Nautical agencies:
 

Agia Marina: +30 2294063000, +30 2294063000

Agiokampos: +30 222603124-5

Arkitsas: +30 2233091121

Glyfa: +30 2238061255

Eretria: +30 2229067007-8

Kimi: +30 2222022020, +30 2222022522

Aedipsos: +30 2226023330, +30 2226060530

Marmari: +30 2224032404-5

N. Styron: +30 2224041266

Rafina: +30 2294024398, +30 2294024882

Skyros: +30 2222091790, +30 2222091165

Oropos: +30 2295032511

Karystos: +30 2224026200

 

By-bus: Access to Evia can be attained from almost all of Greece via luxury coach buses which have been upgraded the last decade. But also in the center of the large island, modern buses with A/C travel all lengths and widths within the island of Evia. Travelling by bus gives visitors the ability to explore all the attractions of the island economically. Cities, towns and settlements of Evia are also linked by scheduled bus route network. Tickets can be purchased directly from the offices of Evia bus station or direct from the driver.
Chalkida: Tel: +30 2221020400 -
http://www.ktelevias.gr

 

Travel - by train: Visitors wishing to arrive in Chalkida - Evia and located anywhere in Northern Greece, can travel with the intercity train to Athens and in Oinis station to disembark. You will change line for Athens - Chalkida that will bring you directly to Chalkida. If however you are coming from Athens, then you can board the Suburban rail direct from Athens to Chalkida.Finally, visitors from Peloponnese can take the suburban rail Airport - Korinthos - Kiato and change direction in Halkida in the station SKA.

Athens: Tel  14511 - http://www.trainose.gr 
Chalkida: +30 2221022386

 

Traveling by plane: Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport, located in Spata Attica is only 80 km or 1 hours drive from Chalkida. This airport serves visitors arrivals by 90% to the prefecture of Evia. Guests depending on which part of the large island of Evia and Skyros they will choose, pick and what ferry crossing will take.Recently the island of Skyros started receiving flights originally with a local carrier and soon chartered tourist flights.

Soon to implement the operation of tourist charter flights and the airport New Aghialos in Thessaly.


Airport Athens +30 2103530000 - www.aia.gr

Skyros Airport: +30 2222091607 - www.hcaa-eleng.gr/skiros.htm

Aegean airlines+30 801112000 0 / +30 2106261000 - www.aegean.gr

 

Traveling by-Car: Access to the large island of Evia and Skyros on road is easy and quick, especially in recent years the main road Athens - Thessaloniki has been upgraded and has created the brand new axis to Halkida. So through two bridges, a stable and a folded, visitors can travel to Halkida by car within 45 minutes from Athens. But if you want another gateway to the island, you can travel by car by way of ferryboat from 6- 7 different ports.