Edipsos can be characterized as a place blessed by nature; it is well-known for its thermal springs since the ancient times. Aristotle & Hippocrates had visited Edipsos and had written about the benefits of its hot springs and its favourable climate.

Edipsos is known since the ancient times as a leisure destination because of its unique beauty and mainly the healing properties of its thermal waters. These thermal waters flowing vigorously for millennia give this area a sense of uniqueness and eternity.

Edipsos spa is famous for the healing properties of its thermal waters since the ancient times. Its hot springs rich in minerals and salts, such as radium and sulfur, are regarded as some of the best in Europe as they can cure various diseases, such as lumbago, sciatica, rheumatism, radiculitis, tendonitis, chronic gynecological diseases, traumatic occasions and preconceptions.



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Many famous people have visited Edipsos to cure their diseases from the ancient times tο the present. Some of them are the Roman general Syllas, Marcus Aurelius, Aristotle Onassis, Maria Callas, Grenot Garbo, Churchill and Omar Sharif. Their visit made this beautiful and peaceful place one of the most cosmopolitan spa resorts.

Edipsos is also unique for its natural beauty and ideal for those who love peacefulness. It’s built at the foot of the lush Mountain Telethrio and above the crystal clear waters of Northern Euboea combining the aura of mountain and sea. As a result, it is considered as one of the most appropriate destinations for holidays all year round.

The architecture of the town is of great interest icluding several scattered buildings from the early 20th century. Edipsos is easily accessible either by car via Halkida or by boat from Arkitsa port and Glyfa port.