Kavos is the name of the seaside on the northwest end of Evia
. It has a very long beach of sand and pebbles with a few beach taverns which offer sunbeds and umbrellas. It is interesting to see the big trees grown directly on the beach. The closest villages are Lichada and Agios Georgios
Kavos is more famous for its proximity to Lichadonisia - a group of small islets between Evia and mainland Greece which appeared as a result of an earthquake. The name Lichadonisia means "the islands of Lichada". During the summer season there is a boat which makes daily trips to and from Lichadonisia after schedule. It tours around the islets and take tourists to the main island, Monolia, where there is a an organized beach with beach bar. The sea floor around the islets is sandy and shallow, and when there is no wind at all, the water looks very blue.