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Getting Here

How to Get to Evia Island (Latest update 27/3/2020)


BY PLANE


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Evia is just a 55 minutes drive from Athens International Airport. You can get flights to and from Athens Airport ” Eleftherios Venizelos  all year round.

All Major Airlines have links to Athens International Airport, but also there are four daily flights between Dubai and New York’s JFK airport.


PRIVATE TRANSFERS


Once you have arrived at Athens Airport you can arrange private transfers for groups of any size.

Book online at www.eviatransfers.com.


AIRPORT SHUTTLE


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REGIONAL BUSES


All buses from Athens set down passengers at the Departures Level and depart from the Arrivals Level, between Exits 2 and 3, opposite the Airport Hotel (Sofitel). There you can catch the bus to Liosion Bus Station where you can get the connections to Evia Island.

You can make a phone reservation for the line Athens-Chalkida and Vice versa. In this case you have to pickup your ticket 30 minutes prior to departure.

For timetables & pricing please contact HERE


BY BOAT


(Although Evia is connected to the mainland by two bridges you can get many ferry connections to other islands and the mainland)

You can make bookings at (Vi Travel email : vitravel@otenet.gr Tel : +302221089774-6)

  • From Kimi to  the island of Skyros –  1 hour &  40 minutes, 12 € per passenger. link
  • From Kimi to  the island of Alonisos – 2 hours & 15 minutes, 19 € per passenger. link
  • From Kimi to  the island of Skopelos –  3 hours, 19 € per passenger. link
  • To N. Styra from Agia Marina. 30 minutes,  4,1 € per passenger link
  • To Eretria from Oropos. 25 minutes,  2 € per passenger link
  • To Marmari from Rafina45 minutes,  9 € per passenger link
  • To the spa city of Aidipsos from Arkitsa. 45 minutes,  3,7 € per passenger link
  • To Agiokampos from Glyfa. 25 minutes,  2,5 € per passenger link

Or you can choose from one of our Daily Boat & Sailing Cruises around the island


BY TRAIN  (www.trainose.gr)


  • If you are the port of Piraeus, you can get the train to “Athina” station, where you can now switch to the new electrified train all the way to Chalkis. In a couple of months this route will be direct Piraeus-Chalkis with no switches.
  • If you are traveling  from Athens International Airport you can take the suburban railway and get off at Doukisis Plakentias stop. Take the blue metro line and get off at Syntagma,then take the red line and finally get off at St. Larisis.  (aprox. 8 euro). Then you take the train to Chalkida (aprox 6 euro) where you can be served by local taxis or we can also arrange a private transfer or pickup. Book online at www.eviatransfers.com.

Have a look at their Bicycle Transportation policy

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