Across the wider area of Limni, there are spectacular natural beauty spots with pavilions and paths. The many picturesque streets of the area resemble a labyrinth and result in two storey houses with gardens full of flowers and lemons.
Visit the City Museum for a unique tour in history and culture of the region. Head to the westernmost tip of Limni waterfront on a narrow paved road that leads to the hermitage of Saint Christodoulos and the temple. Enjoy the scenery, eat fresh fish or try the local meat and accompany your food with ouzo or raki.
Agia Anna is popular summer destination in North Evia with a view to the Aegean sea at 300 meters altitude. The area has plenty of tavernas with good food and many choices of accommodation. Visitors can visit the Folk Art Museum, and learn more about the habits and lifestyles of residents since 1821.
Should you have the time, visit the Boulovinena canyon, close to Palaiovrysi, and the Drimonas waterfalls -not far from Agia Anna. Mandoudi, in the heart of Central and North Evia near Kirea river, is located less than 3 km from Kymasi, the location in which the city of Kirinthos flourished during antiquity.
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.