A jaunt through the Chianti foothills of Tuscany. Views of ancient Medeival villages and vineyards dot the countryside. Surprisingly good tarmac with plenty of curves. Take any of the side roads and they're bound to be just as enjoyable.
This road is on the island of Evia. From Halkida, which is the principle town, you head north on the road numder 77 towards the town of Psahna. From here you stay on the 77 and the fun starts. It is a very technical road with bends every 100/200m for about 22 miles. The road winds its way through mountains and forests. Generally the road surface is very good, although there are a couple of places where it is a bit dodgy. The road can get a bit busy in the summer but is a favourite with bikers. About two miles after you pass through Proskopi there is a cafe where many bikers stop.
This road starts after leaving the national highway from Athens to Korinthos, at Korinthos. The road number is 70. It starts relatively straight through a couple of villages then heads out around the coast towards the ancient town of Epidavros. The road is generally fast sweeping bends with a relatively good surface. The only thing to watch out for is during the summer it gets very busy, especially with coaches going to the ancient theatre at Epidavros (worth a visit). Best to be on the road before 9am in order to enjoy properly (this is also a good time as it is before it gets too hot during the day). There is a cafe towards the end of the route that has a great view over the coast (Stork Cafe). Many bikers stop here. Approx distance 30 miles.