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The stone square with the old plane-tree and the traditional Pandopoleio (a greek institution-a cafe-grocery– wine shop– and soul of the village all rolled into one) is the typical image of the mountain villages of Greece today but which is becoming more scarce year by year.
The vineyards of Vrynioti have revived a rare and forgotten Greek red variety of Northern Evia, named Vradyano. The winery is open to visitors all year round and located at Gialtra near Edipsos, a small village in North Evia…
Two beautiful luxury villas with landscaped gardens each with their own private pools set in the olive groves in the sleepy village of Svoronata overlooking the Ionian sea. Perfect for walking, cycling and sightseeing.