Marmari is a village and a former municipality in Euboea (or Evoia, via), Greece, in the southeastern end of the island. It's really close to Athens (it is approximately one hour away from the port city of Rafina) so a favorite destination.
Marmari is surrounded by beautiful beaches which frequently host surfers from across the globe. Marmari is also home to many taverns.
The area is a rich source of hard stones, with Karystos stone being one of the most popular. Their extraction and processing has been one of the oldest occupations of the inhabitants.
Sights of the area are: Saint George church and chrissi ammos (golden sand) beach. It is located across the island of Petalion and is a popular windsurfing or kitesurfing destination.
National Geographic magazine ranks Marmari among the top 10 best sailing destinations.