Lukas Winery


Founded in 1991, the Lykos family's vineyards produce prize-winning Malagousia whites, among other fine wines, marrying traditional and cutting-edge techniques. Visitors are welcome to drop in for tours and tastings of three to four wines at the winery, 4.5km west of Eretria.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

Nearby Evia attractions

1. Archaeological Museum of Eretria

2.15 MILES

This captivating museum displays the archaeological riches unearthed in Eretria since the 19th century, with information detailed in Greek and French. The…

2. Ancient Eretria

2.17 MILES

Ancient Eretria was a major maritime power with an eminent school of philosophy, and was destroyed in 87 BC by the Roman commander Sylla. Its scant but…

3. Avantis Wine Estate

6.43 MILES

With its roots in the 1830s, the innovative, award-winning family-owned Avantis estate, 5km southeast of Halkida, creates outstanding reds, whites and…

4. Kamares

8.57 MILES

Around 2km east of the centre, just north of the bus station, this well-preserved Roman-Venetian aqueduct spans a busy road.

5. Archaeological Museum

9.48 MILES

This turn-of-the-20th-century building houses ancient artefacts uncovered in both Halkida and nearby Eretria, including a headless torso of Apollo dated…

6. Synagogue


Set within a small courtyard, Halkida's beautiful cream-walled synagogue dates from the 19th century: it was rebuilt in the 1850s following a fire that…

7. Agia Paraskevi

9.52 MILES

Honouring Halkida's patron saint, the modest Byzantine church of Agia Paraskevi, with its impressive tower, was founded around 1250 AD.

8. Tzami Emir Zade

9.56 MILES

This striking 15th-century mosque contains an intriguing exhibition on Evia's history and cartography, with displays of local maps dating back to the 16th…