Kymi Evia

  • Kými
  • Kimi

Village in Central Greece

An impressive mansion that served as the Town Hall of Kymi.
photo: C messier / CC BY 3.0

Attractions, Sights & Things to Do in or near Kymi Evia

Some tables at the central square of Kymi and the surrounding buildings that host cafeterias and restaurants.
photo: C messier
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Town Square of Kymi

Central square in front of the church of St. Athanasios, a vivid spot that offers numerous food and drink choices at its surroundings.

The exterior of the house in Kymi where the researcher and scientist Georgios Papanikolaou lived.
↗ NE   < 1km

Papanikolaou's House in Kymi

Family home of the researcher, scientist and pioneer who invented "Test Pap", the most powerful weapon against cervical cancer.
The exterior of the neoclassical building that hosts the Folklore Museum of Kymi.
photo: C messier
→ E   < 1km

Folklore Museum of Kymi

Housed in a neoclassical mansion of the late 19th century, it was inaugurated in 1981 and informs about the local traditions and customs.

Two of the domes and the belfry of the Church of Panayia Liaoutsianissa in Kymi.
↘ SE   < 1km

Church of Panayia Liaoutsianissa

A structure of 1849 at the southern part of Kymi, that is dedicated to the Virgin Mary and is nominated as a preservable monument since 1965.

A picture depicting a part of the promenade of Paralia Kymis and numerous small boats anchored in the port.
→ E   ≈ 2.4km

Paralia Kimis

In a short distance from the main village, it is the official port of Kymi and a picturesque settlement with many restaurants and tavernas.

A panoramic photo of the Port of Paralia Kymi on Evia island.
→ E   ≈ 2.7km

Port of Paralia Kymi, Evia

Large, wind-protected port with connection to Skyros the whole year round, while it expands this route to Alonnisos & Skopelos during summer.

The stone-built monastery of Metamorfosis Sotiros in Kymi among the dense vegetation.
↑ N   ≈ 4.6km

Metamorfosis Sotiros Monastery of Kymi

Convent dedicated to Jesus Christ, founded by Mount Athos monks during the 16th century.

An iron bridge and the flow of Manikiatis Stream through lush vegetation.
↓ S   ≈ 10.1km

Manikiatis Stream

River of Evia which has its springs at Kserovouni Mountain and flows into the Aegean Sea to the east covering a distance of 25 kilometers.

Remains of the ancient settlement still visible at the Archaeological Site of Viglatouri Hill.
↓ S   ≈ 10.7km

Archaeological Site in Viglatouri Hill

About 3 kilometers from the sea, remains of the ancient settlement that thrived during the 8th century BC cover the biggest part of the hill.

The exterior of St. Demetrius Church in Avlonari, Evia.
↓ S   ≈ 20.8km

St. Demetrius Church, Avlonari

Byzantine church from the 13th century AD, located at the settlement Chània, just 1 km away from the picturesque village of Avlonari.

The Metropolitan Church of Amarynthos dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
↙ SW   ≈ 46km

Amarynthos (Vathia), Evia

Coastal village eastern of Eretria that is famous for its picturesque tavernas and the good food including the excellent local fish.

A panoramic picture of a part of the promenade of Eretria with three small boats anchored by the seafront.
↙ SW   ≈ 48km

Eretria Evia

Coastal town with tourism infrastructure, shops, and tavernas that composes a family vacation destination especially during the summer.

Questions & Answers about Kymi Evia

Why Visit Kymi Evia?
  • Birthplace of the great benefactor of humanity, doctor George N. Papanikolaou.
  • 87 km from Chalkida, is situated at eastern Evia towards the Aegean Sea.
  • Called the "Balcony of Aegean" due to its panoramic position 200 m. over the sea.