Evia is an extremely easy destination to be reached from the city center of Athens, the Eleftherios Venizelos Athens International Airport and the port of Pireas

Often mistaken as part of the mainland because of the connection with two bridges (a modern suspended one and an old sliding one), Evia is the second-largest island in Greece after Crete, actually separated from the mainland by the narrow Strait of Evripos

Evia’s biggest city in area and population is Chalkida with roughly 108.000 people living there. Aidipsos, Istiaia, Limni, Prokopi, Mantoudi and Rovies are the most prominent places in the north part of the island. Eretria, Aliveri, Kymi, Styra, Marmari and Karystos are the most noteworthy spots south of Chalkida. 

Please see below how to reach Evia and the most important places from the Eleftherios Venizelos Athens International Airport (according to Google Maps) as well as several maps with travel time and distances.

Airport – Chalkida: 96 km/ 60 miles (1 hour drive)

Airport – Prokopi: 142 km/ 88 miles (2 hours drive)

Airport – Kymi: 172km/ 106 miles (2,5 hours drive)

Airport – Aliveri: 138km/ 85 miles (1,5 hours drive)

Airport – Aidipsos: 205km/ 127 miles (3 hours drive)

Please note that destinations like Eretria, Styra, Marmari (and Karystos) are accessible by ferries that start from Oropos, Agia Marina and Rafina respectively. The travel time is far less than driving to the southern part of Evia but the ferries timetables vary due to seasonality, weather conditions, etc. 

Eleftherios Venizelos Athens International Airport – Chalkida

Eleftherios Venizelos Athens International Airport – Prokopi

Eleftherios Venizelos Athens International Airport – Kymi

Eleftherios Venizelos Athens International Airport – Karystos

Eleftherios Venizelos Athens International Airport – Styra

Eleftherios Venizelos Athens International Airport – Aidipsos

Eleftherios Venizelos Athens International Airport – Kymasi Port (Mantoudi)

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