Centrally located on the north coast, Evdilos is built on the mountain slopes above the sea. It is the second port of Ikaria, connecting it with Piraeus and some of the Cyclades, like Mykonos, Naxos and Paros.
Though it one of the newest villages of the island (dating back to 19 century), it is one of the most beautiful and traditional settlements of Ikaria. Along the promenade a line of old but well preserved buildings faces the sea, and the narrow streets above the port show both old and new houses. The village offers hotels, restaurants, cafes, mini-markets, rent-a-car and a bank. There is no beach inside Evdilos, except for a small spot of sand and pebbles next to the port, used for sunbathing and swimming. Just outside the village are the large beaches of Kampos and Kyparissi, and at a distance of 3-4 km east and west there are many other coves easily accessible from the main road. Kampos is one of the largest beaches on the island.
highlights: the second port of the island with traditional houses, village in Ikaria, North Aegean Islands, Greece