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Old house consisting of ground floor 63.50 sqm and basement 63.50 sqm, in Limni, Evia.
It is built on plot 112,50. It overlooks the Euboean Gulf.
The residence is not habitable; it needs repair.
Athens Airport: 172km, 2.30h
Aedipsos (ferry boats to the mainland) 30km, 25 min.
The Island of Evia
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 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 Euboikos or the Aegean Sea, depending on your destination.
The town of Limni is the capital of the three adjoining municipalities of Elymnion, Nileas, and Kireas. Limni is a historic and traditional settlement, surrounded by pine-covered hills, built amphitheatrically, always watching the tranquil waters of northern Euboean Gulf, while on the skyline, besides the nearby mountain Kandili dominates the enchanting mountain of Parnassus covered with snow for several months of time, located on the mainland, near the ancient Delphi area.
Being the capital of the three municipalities Limni has several services including a police station, port authority, forestry service, a post office, two banks, a notary office and land register, lawyers and the Town Hall. There are doctors and pharmacies, beauty services, supermarkets, and mini markets, grocery stores, bakeries and confectionery shops, stationery and gift shops; you can buy fresh fish from the fish shop or directly from the fishermen early in the morning. Of course, you can enjoy fresh fish and seafood, as well as traditional Greek food, at the ouzeris and tavernas along the seafront accompanied by fine local wine at any time.