Luscious forests, hidden canyons, crystal streams, wondrous waterfalls and pristine beachesare one of Greece’s best kept secrets found in Northern Evia and undiscovered by mass tourism. Endowed with amazing nature, it features sites of ecological, historical, religious and archaeological significance which, together with the locals’ warm hospitable nature, makes it a destination that you will make you want to return time and time again.
Visitors can choose from a range of activities, including hiking, horseback riding, kite surfing, mountain walks and trails, scuba diving, boat rides to secluded beaches….. and those lucky enough to meet our seas most beautiful visitors…. Seals and dolphins which very often visit Northern Evia from the marine park of Alonissos across the Island.
The friendly service offered from the small family taverns await to treat you, your family and your appetite with homemade special delicacies and fresh fish!
Pili is a picturesque seaside village which is embraced by the blue waters of the Aegean Sea along the lacy beaches offering a natural scenery. The main beach has a peculiar coloration followed by smaller secluded beaches stretching east to the beach of Sarakinikos whose warmth manages to captivate even the most discerning visitor.
The area is known as one of the most beautiful coastlines of Greece and annually attracts tourists from different parts of the world. Enjoy the tranquility provided by the small hamlet which has not lost anything of its personality and the authenticity of its residents.
During the celebration of the Panagias (Assumption of Our Lady), a festival is held in the chapel located in the mountain of the village. Inside the chapel visitors can still see the frescoes on the walls as well as vandalism which occurred when is had been under Turkish rule.
This celebration calls for a picnic! So take your blanket and prepare yourselves for a traditional feast with the pots full of either pasta with goat or chick peas cooking on the camp fire. Once the food is ready all those celebrating form a line with their plates and forks and fill up on the traditional meals. A traditional celebration which has been held for many years and is worth a visit.