Unknown Euboea

Glittering cities and humble villages. Medieval castles and byzantine fortresses. Charming villages and historical churches.Verdant canyons and barren mountains. Forest trails and endless beaches. Thermal springs and fossilized bones. Fertile valleys and magnificent waterfalls. The oblong island of Euboea is only an echo of the prehistoric continental land blessed with beautiful sceneries that invite you to discover them, in spring, in summer, in autumn or even in winter!
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This is my Greece | The Chalchida's bridge connecting the island of Euboea with the main land of Greece.

The Chalkida bridge, connecting the island of Evia with the mainland.

Fishing in Evripos, Evripos, Chalkis, Evia Island, Greece

Fishing in Evripos, Evripos, Chalkis, Evia Island, Greece

Halkida Brigde to Evia Island, Greece. For luxury hotels in Evia visit http://www.mediteranique.com/hotels-greece/evia/

A selection of luxury hotels in Evia, Greece. Book the best hotels in Evia with Mediteranique for your luxury holiday in Evia.

Greece, Euboea (Evia), Giannitsi Beach

Eubea, due spiagge da sogno

Greece, Euboea (Evia), Giannitsi Beach

Greece, Euboea (Evia), Eretria Archeological site

Eubea, Eretria Archeologica

Greece, Euboea (Evia), Eretria Archeological site

GREECE CHANNEL | Castle of Karababa, Chalcis, Euboea Island, Greece

GREECE CHANNEL | Castle of Karababa, Chalcis, Euboea Island, Greece

The Mediterranean sea is located in Cyprus, Crete, Euboea, Rhodes, Lesbos, Chios, Kefalonia, Corfu, Limnos, Samos, Naxos and Andros in the eastern Mediterranean; Sardinia, Corsica, Sicily, Cres, Krk, Brač, Hvar, Pag, Korčula and Malta in the central Mediterranean; and Ibiza, Majorca and Minorca in the western Mediterranean.

Colossal Flood Created the Mediterranean Sea

A massive wall of salt in the Mediterranean Sea likely formed about 6 million years ago, after an outlet from the Sea closed and glacier formation reduced sea levels in the Atlantic.

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