The balcony of the Aegean
In the outskirts of Halkida, in the center of Evia lies the bivouac.
Kimi is an aristrocratic town, historically recorded as being the city that founded the first Greek colonies in Asia Minor (Aeolida) and the Italy (Campagna) and also the city that gave the first letters to the subsequent development of the Latin alphabet. It occupies the easternmost part of Evia, being convenient of access and able to watch over the Aegean Sea from its advantageous position.
The town’s symbol is George Papanikolaou, the doctor who originated the Pap Test. The house where he was born and grew up will be home to the Museum and Papanikolaou Institute (National Foundation for Cancer Information and Research – www.inpap.org).
Directions to the Bivouac
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Views of the bivouac