Kafireas (Cavo D'Oro).
In the eastern edge of Evia round the so-called cape there lie the villages of Kafirea known as Cavo D'Oro
These villages were isolated, keeping their natural beauty well hidden as it was only in the early 80’s that electricity reached them by the newly-then-built asphalted road.
The mountains of Cavo D'Oro
are one of a kind for their visitors.
The people of Cavo D'Oro–part and parcel-of the scenery are delightful, hospitable always willing to treat you originally homemade delicacies.
Kastri Platanistos, Panochori, Antia, Komito, Evagelismos, Kapsouri, Archampoli, Zaxaria, Amigdalia, Agios Grigorios, Schizali, Gialpides, Agatho
, are some of the many villages of Cavo D'Oro that compete in beauty.
The southest village of Cavo D'Oro 25km
offers the magnificent experience of the never-ending beach of potami(river).
It is not named like that by chance. According to the season, thousands of wild-flowers grow all around the gurgling waters underneath the plane trees.
Small ponds where the most daring can swim, are formed under the quaint stone bridge of the village. The rebirth one feels cannot be described .
. The ravine of Archaboli
is in the northeastern side of mount Ochi
. Nature has its own wild beauty. Steep cliffs that twist create a magnificent scenery that scans to the opening of a small gulf. Overlooking along the ravine one can discriminate the vestiges of an ancient civilization, the remains of a town’s fort.
Traveling through Cavo d'oro
villages you are bound to meet many and rare animals. It’s worth for us to remain the guardians of nature, of species’ diversity and of the quality of water and soil.
We must by all means protect such aesthetic values that are source of inspiration to each and every one of us.