Glyfa is a charming village on the seafront between Volos and Lamia. Glyfa is known for being a nice place for relaxing and peaceful vacation away from the stress and noise of modern city life. There are nice hotels, cafes and tavernas that serve fresh fish. The village beach is sandy and awarded with "Blue flag" for its clean blue waters. The beach is popular among locals and tourists and many enjoy it during the summer season.

In the sea in front of Glyfa lies the north end of Evia island (the second largest island of Greece). Ferries travel regularly between Agiokampos (Evia) and Glyfa. Due to the mountainous terrain Evia is uncomfortable and slow for travel by car. The ferry from Glyfa to Agiokampos is recognized as popular and preferred way to reach the north part of Evia from the mainland.

highlights: village with blue flag beach and ferry to Evia, village in Ftiotida Region, Central Greece, Greece

Photos from Glyfa
Fishing boat and piles from yellow netsthe seafront next to the ferry pierMotorboat and fishing boats next anchored next to the promenadeThe red pickup will be the first in line for the ferry to EviaGrandpa and grandma are going to the beachRigas and Stefanos fishing boats tied to the village pierThe village beach as seen from the pierThe beach in the center of the village is narrow but still with nice waterThe center of the village at summer sunny noon
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Glyfa photo gallery