Summer sunset on the beach near Marmari

Summer sunset on the beach near Marmari in South Evia Island. With 700 km of coastline and in excess of 60 beaches the island of Evia has more than most countries do, so you should not have a problem finding one that suits you. There are also numerous coves and small sections of coast which are suitable for swimming and surf casting.

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