Skála Atalántis is the port of the settlement of Atalánti (6,127 residents), which is located at a distance of 6.5 kilometers inland. The small port is protected by two moles. The north one extends to the east for approximately 120 meters and it is slightly curved. A light is exhibited from its head.
Its outer side is protected by a slope of masonry while its inner side is quayed. The south one extends to the southeast for 120 meters. Its outer side is also protected by a slope of masonry while its inner side is quayed. The depths near the quayed shores of the moles are approximately 1 meter.
A crane with lifting capacity of 20 tons is located at the root of the south mole. There are mooring buoys on the outer side of the southern mole, which are used by small vessels. The shores of the port are quayed.
The small port Skála Aidipsoú is the terminal on Evvoia island for vehicles ferries communicating with the port of Arkítsa that is located 6 miles south of the opposite shores of Stereá Elás. The small port consists of a 200-meter-long quay, with a 40-meter-long Ro-Ro ramp upon which ferryboats usually land.
Rovies is a village in Chalkida, located within the arc formed by the mountains Telethrion and Kavalaris, into a huge olive grove that connects the bottom of the mountain to the sea. It is one of the most beautiful coastal communities of Evia with endless long beach and clear crystal waters.
Beautiful beach in front of the homonymous village, built on ancient Osmaes which experienced significant tourism growth particularly in the 1970`s when Greece’s national actress, Aliki Vougiouklaki, built a villa on a beach, which was later named after her. At Theologos you will find plenty of restaurants, cafes.
In front of the beach the Opountios (Atalante) bay lies, whose name derives from the ancient capital of the Opounta Locris. To the west of this scenic beach is the small islet matrix connected to the mainland by a narrow strip of land when the tide withdraws waters.