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Agia Anna

Agia Anna is a small village in the Northern part of the Greek island of Evia (Euboea). The settlement is located just 12 km North-East of the resort town of Limni and approximately 72 km from Chalcis, the administrative centre of the island.

Village of Agia Anna is conveniently located on the slopes of the beautiful green hills at an altitude of 300 m above sea level. This is a traditional Greek settlement with a characteristic for the region architecture and its somehow special and unique flavor. Discover the history, culture and traditions of Agia Anna you can read more in the local Ethnographic Museum, the exhibition which presents textiles, a great collection of traditional costumes, agricultural tools, photos, and more.

Just 7 km from Agia Anna is a small coastal town Aggali (in tourist guides often referred to as Agia Anna), which has become in recent years a very popular resort with well-developed tourist infrastructure. Its excellent beach, whose length is about 6 km, is one of the largest beaches in Europe and one of the best beaches on the island of Evia. In Agia Anna you will find many good restaurants and taverns with excellent cuisine and a wide choice of housing. Nearby is one of the biggest and well organized campings in Greece.

Among the attractions in the surrounding area of Agia Anna, which is definitely worth a visit, it is worth noting the picturesque valley of Neleus (Arapi), "the petrified forest" near the village Kerasia and waterfalls near Drymonas. Individual attention and sights in the charming seaside town of Limni.