This will be a relaxing walking day to the beach of Zarakes village called “Fryniakos”. Zarakes village is a quaint mountain village just a small walk away from the nearby beach. The traditional “Mahala”, the old settlement of Zarakes is a great attraction where you will experience the way people used to live not many years ago and see how built their houses. Our journey leads us to Zarakes beach.

  • Total length : 5 km
  • Total Elevation Gain/loss : 50 m / -207 m
  • Duration walking : 2,5 Hrs
  • Total Duration : 8 Hrs
  • Activity level A : Easy

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• 09:30 – Pickup from your hotel

• 10:40 – Arrive at Zarakes village, brief coffee & snaks stop.

• 11:10 – Start of the walking tour.

• 13:20 – Arrive at Zarakes beach, free time for swimming.

• 16:00 – Leave Zarakes beach.

• 17:25 – Arrive at the hotel.

  • Itinerary is proposed and can be subject to changes depending on preference, season or pickup location.

Minimum Participants / Availability

This tour runs with a minimum of 5 participants.
Available from April to November.

Pricing per person

Price per adult : 60 €

Price per child under 18 years old: 45 €

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What does the tour include:

  • Transfer to start of tour from Chalkis, Eretria, or Amarynthos
  • English speaking local qualified Guidance by Evia Adventure Tours
  • Transfer to hotel after the end the tour to Chalkis, Eretria, or Amarynthos

Other extras – Not Included – Must Haves

  • It is advised to bring your own small backpack and water bottle
  • Do care to bring a lightweight windproof along for months (June, September)
  • Do care to bring a warmer shell jacket for colder months (April-May & October-November)
  • Sunscreen is needed from April – October
  • Sun hat or scarf
  • Light walking shoes are needed


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