Mantoudi is a small town on the northern side of Evia island, Greece. Its location makes it a passage town, as it is found on the road to Loutra Edipsou, Agia Anna, Pyrgos, Istiea and other tourist places of Evia. The important Church of Agios Ioannis Rossos (Saint John the Russian) is also found at the close village of Prokopi. At a distance of 3 km from Mantoudi is a small port, from where ferries to Skiathos and Skopelos islands run in summer.
To go to Mantoudi, visitors have to drive to Halkida (Evia) and then follow the signs to Northern Evia-Edipsos. Mantoudi is located at 54 km from Halkida (about 1 hour and 20 min). Buses to Mantoudi depart from Liossion Station in Athens and transfer is via Halkida.
The port of Mantoudi in Evia is connected by ferry with Skiathos, Skopelos (main port & Glossa) and Volos.
About Mantoudi Port
Connected ports to Mantoudi
Ag.constantinos - Alonissos - Skiathos - Skopelos, Glossa - Skopelos, Port - Volos
Mantoudi is a small town on the northern side of Evia island, Greece. At a distance of 3 km from the town, there is a tiny port that serves ferries to Skiathos and Skopelos in summer.
Visitors can reach Mantoudi, in northern Evia, taking the road to Halkida and then following the signs to Northern Evia-Edipsos. Mantoudi is found 54 km from Halkida town.
Buses from Athens to Mantoudi depart from Liossion Bus Station in Athens: passengers take the bus to Halkida and then another bus to Mantoudi.