Welcome to Mantoudi – Limni – Agia Anna!
From the most picturesque corners of Euboea. At the entrance of the village you will be welcomed by the Church of the Assumption – in 1890 – with a marble bell tower. The houses – traditionally with reddish roofs – are built amphitheatrically in the lap of the Euboean Gulf and end up in the small harbor with fish taverns.
This historic town – ancient Elymnio – with nautical tradition has wonderful beaches to offer for your summer enjoyment: the Shell with the golden sandy beach where you can rent canoes, St. George, Galatakis, Heracles and Spicy. Drink your coffee under the age-old plane tree on the beach and try the delicious coke and peanut butter.
-The post-Byzantine monastery of Saint David of the 16th century with rich frescoes and history in the wider area of the Lake.
-The ruins of the castle “Stephanie”, classical and perhaps older, in the village Mourtia.
-The Folklore and Historical Museum with rich exhibits of the cultural and historical heritage of the area.
-The Museum of Hydrobiology on the road to Galataki Monastery, with fossilized exhibits from the bottom of the world.
-The church of Zoodochos Pigi, built in 1851 on the ruins of an early Christian basilica, a Roman bath and perhaps an ancient sanctuary.
-The Skete of Aghios Christodoulos – 12th century – on the beach, west of the village. The Historical Archives of the Municipality, where documents are kept since 1730 and findings from the Early Christian Basilica.