Euboea is the second largest island in Greece after Crete. Bridges connect it with the mainland. Chalkis is the capital of Euboea, once famous as a trading center. Aristotle is said to have died here. If you are interested in history, you will find many museums and ancient ruins of theaters, temples and houses in Eritria, Kimi and Limni. You can also discover a large number of orthodox churches and monasteries. If you want to spend days at the beach, check out Artaki, Angali, Heliadou and Agios Georgis. Culinary delights await you in the taverns. Here you will get to know Greek cuisine and hospitality.