The waterfalls of Drymonas are located in northern Evia between the village of Kerasia and Drymonas, at an altitude of 620 meters and are 4km from the Monastery of St. David. There are three waterfalls that create two small lakes. The river Sepia is the one that creates a magnificent spectacle by spreading its water in the dreamy waterfalls. The water flow is greater during the winter months.
The water falls from a height of 15 meters into a lake surrounded by rocks and forest. This verdant lake is of great ecological value due to the dense fir forest that surrounds it and you combine it with the rare black pines. Its water is very cold and the maximum depth is around 2m. at the point below the waterfall.
The biodiversity of the area is very rich. The dense forests that surround it consist mainly of black pines, oaks and Aleppo pine. Other trees that grow near the waterfalls are plane trees, maples, oaks, wild cedars, elms and many species of flowers.
It is quite easy to access the waterfalls. From the parking lot starts a walking path that follows the stream of the river Sepia and has a length of about 1.5 km. The local community has created for the visitors with great care and respect for the natural surroundings a small network of paths, bridges and benches. Crossing the waterfall and continuing the path there is a playground and a picnic area. A second path passes through the forest and reaches the highest peak of Mount Xiros, at 990 meters height from where the view is stunning.
In a short distance from the waterfalls is the Petrified Forest and the Museum of Petrified Mammals of Kerasia.