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Prefecture: Euboea
Province: Province of Karystia
Seat: Krieza

38.16/38°9'31' N lat.
24.245/24°14'45' E long
Population: (1991)
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 - Densityš
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Euboic Sea
about 10 m(centre)
around 400 to 500 m
Postal code: 340 15
Area/distance code: 11-30-22240, (030-22240)-51
Municipal code: 1424
Car designation: XA
3-letter abbreviation: SEV Styra, Evvoia
Name of inhabitants: Styran sing., -s pl.

Styra (Greek: Στύρα) is a town on the southwestern shore of Euboea, facing the eastern shore of Attica across the Euboic Gulf. Nowadays it can be reached by ferryboat from the port of Rafina, as well as by road from Halkida (ancient Chalkis).

Historical population

Year Communal population Municipal population
1991 394 3,161
Municipalities of Euboea
Aidipsos | Amarynthos | Anthidonas | Artemisio | Avlida | Avlona | Chalkida | Dyrfios | Dystos | Elymnies | Eretria | Istiaia | Karystos | Kirea | Konistres | Kymi | Lilanti | Marmari | Messapioi | Nea Artaki | Nileas | Oraioi | Skyros | Styra | Taminei
Non-municipal communities of Euboea
Kafireas | Lichas
Provinces of Euboea
Chalkida | Istiaia | Karystos

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The town of Styra lies 80 kilometres south of Halkida and 30 kilometres north of Karystos.
It's no wonder that Styra's meat and mutton are famed for their tenderness and taste.
Fish from the waters of the southern Evoikos Gulf are also well known for their scrumptious taste, especially when cooked on the charcoal grills of the area's tavernas.
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