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KLR-1083, Wooden house 9km away Rovies
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Wooden House of 62.09 sqm, construction of 2006 on a plot of 2.875sqm, in Koulouros, Rovies. The house consists of a ground floor of 44.17sqm with an internal attic of 17.92sqm. Outdoors there is a 17.64sqm warehouse for the storage needs of agricultural products and tools. The plot has 32 large walnut trees as well as apple trees, cherry trees, chestnut trees, pear trees, fig trees, and some vine trees.
Limni 19km, 25 minutes
Istiea 20km, 24 minutes
Airport ( via Chalkida) 192km, 2 and 50 minutes
Koulouros, is a quiet settlement, built at an altitude of 479 meters above sea level, in a verdant natural environment with no big construction interference, and 9km, 17 minutes drive from Rovies.
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.
The position of Evia in Greece is east of the mainland. It is connected to it, except the sea through Glyfa or Akitsas, via the high bridge of Chalkis or the old bridge of Evripos. So, although it is an island, access to it is not entirely dependent on weather, air or sea.
Northern Evia is still unexplored and untouched by the massive turnout of tourists. Those who discover it become fanatical fans mainly for the wonderful nature, the tranquility, the calm sea of Evoikos Gulf and the Aegean Sea and the mountainous landscapes and villages just a few kilometers away. You will find picturesque villages, friendly people and will taste local products such as wine, edible olives, olive oil, fresh fish and seafood, yogurt, cheese etc.
On the way through Chalkida you will find yourself among the plane trees and pine trees, and after a few kilometers you will look at the Evoikos Gulf or the Aegean Sea, depending on your destination.