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Mykonos, the most cosmopolitan Island of the Aegean!


Mykonos, the island of the winds, as it has been called because of the winds that blow most of the time, is the most popular and cosmopolitan island of Cyclades and it is no coincidence that is one of the most famous islands in the entire world.
The picturesque town of Mykonos with its countless whitewashed alleys full of beautifully crafted taverns, restaurants, cafes, bustling, dares you to walk for hours exploring every corner.
The old harbor in front of Chora has several restaurants and cafe overlooking the deep blue Aegean Sea.
Mykonos stands out for its many unique beaches ideal for every taste and age. Gold and blonde beaches, cold crystal blue waters. Crowded beaches well organized with all amenities, beach bar with loud music and crazy party in the sand, nudist beaches, cosmopolitan beaches visited by celebrities and quieter and more isolated virgin beaches without sunbeds and umbrellas, beaches with Water-sports and diving schools and more for families.
The most popular and crowded beaches on Mykonos located on the south side and are more sheltered from the northerly winds that blow on the island. The transfer to the beaches is very easy either by your own car, by the very good and frequent bus service which is available to the island, or by boat connecting several beaches between them.

Mykonos beyond reputation for intense and frantic fun and endless parties is a place with countless beauties.
A magical island, so attractive, that no one can visit it only once.
 
Access
Access to the island of the winds can be done:
- By Air. There are frequent flights from El.Venizelos and from airports in Thessaloniki, Rhodes, Crete and Santorini.
More information: www.olympicairways.gr & www.aegeanairlines.gr
- By Sea: With daily departures conventional and high-speed vessels, or from Piraeus or Rafina. There is also a connection with many islands of the Cyclades and the North Aegean.
More information: www.hellenicseaways.gr, www.bluestarferries.gr, www.fastferries.gr, www.nel.gr

 

Nea Erythraia
Nea Erythraia is a suburb in the northeastern part of the Athens. Since the 2011 local government reform, it is part of the municipality Kifisia, of which it is a municipal unit.
Nea Erythraia is situated at the western end of the forested Penteli mountain range. The small river Kifisos forms the northwestern border of the municipal unit. Nea Erythraia is situated 14 km northeast of Athens city centre. The built-up area of Nea Erythraia is continuous with that of the neighbouring suburb Kifisia.

One of the key feature road access to the city is Marathon Avenue, while El.Venizelos Avenue crosses the city center and in the western part of the municipality passes the highway Athens-Lamia.
 
In recent years the community has demonstrated a significant activity in the development of cultural and social activities as well as in infrastructure projects or projects of common interest.
 
In Nea Erythraia, operate two kindergartens and two primary schools, one secondary school and one high school. Additional, the Municipal Section has Health Center, the DRYMPETIO, Cultural Centre and Sports Organization.

More information about the area you can get through the following websites: www.kifissia.gr , www.kifissia24.gr

 

Chalkis - Evia Island

Chalkis or Chalkida is the capital and the main port of the Prefecture of Evia Island, in Greece.
 It is built on both sides of Evripos’ Channel, with a bit of lie on the island of Evia and the other in Central Greece.
The most important characteristics of the City are:
a. Karababa castle, which is located on the continental side of the city, on the hill Fourka, at Kanithos. The location is strategic, as it controls Evripos Channel and the city of Chalkida. Inside the castle, a temple has been built dedicated to the Prophet Elijah and there is also the grave of the famous writer John Skarimbas, who lived and worked in the city of Chalkida.
b. The bridge Evripos and the unique tidal phenomenon which takes place in the channel, as strong tidal currents reverse direction once every six hours. This creates an amazing sight for visitors from all over the world.
 
Access
Access to Chalkida and generally in Evia Prefecture can be done by road through the nobe Skimatari (National Road Athens-Lamia) which is resulting in the high hanging bridge of Chalkida, 700m length, that connecting Evia with mainland Greece or via the rail network with the line of TRAINOSE, Piraeus-Chalkida
The old sliding bridge Evripos mainly used for travel within the City.
From Chalkida start the two main axes of Evia, the one leads to Istiea  and the other to Aliveri and Kimi.
More information about the area you can through the following websites: www.dimos-xalkideon.gr , www.eviaportal.gr