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A plot of 1000sqm, even and buildable, in the settlement of Damia.

The plot is a corner and has a good view of the North Evoikos.

It is 10 minutes away from the beach in Rovies and the same from the Saint David Monastery.


Saint David Monastery 5.7km 10 minutes

Limni 14 km, 18 minutes

Edipsos 27km, 30 minutes

Airport  “ELEFTHERIOS VENIZELOS” 184km, 2.40 minutes

The Island of Evia.

Evia is located in the east of the central mainland in Greece. The island is connected with the rest of the country, by the sea via Glyfa or Akitsa, and via the high bridge of Chalkida and the old bridge of Evripos. Thus, although Euboea is an island, access to it is not solely dependent on weather conditions at the airport or the marine environment.

Northern Euboea is still unexplored and effortless by the massive influx of tourists. Those who discover her become fanatical followers mainly for the wonderful nature, the peaceful environment, the alternation of landscapes over short distances – from the sea of the Euboean Gulf and Aegean seas to the mountainous landscapes with picturesque villages inhabited by friendly people. The area has plenty of local produce such as wine, olives, olive oil, cheese, yogurt, vegetables, dry figs, and fresh fish. In the summertime, most of the villages in the area, organize festivals and one-day fiestas, called “Panigyri” with live music.

On the way to the north part of Evia, through Chalkida you will find yourself among the plane trees and pine trees, and after an hour’s drive you will be very close either to Evoikos Gulf or to the Aegean Sea.


The settlement of Damia is built amphitheatrically, at an altitude of 380 meters at a distance of 10 minutes from the sea and 10 minutes from the Monastery of Saint David. It overlooks the surrounding slopes and the sea of northern Evia. Its inhabitants are mainly engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry.


Rovies is a town built in the heart of a huge olive grove beside the sea. It has a long beach and clear deep blue waters. The sunset in Rovies is a marvelous one.

There are many apartments for rent, small hotels, taverns, and cafes, some of which are open all year round to serve visitors and residents.

Close to Rovies, after the village of Kalamoudi, is the famous monastery of Saint David. Pilgrims from all over Greece arrive there all year round.