Red Castle (Castelo – Rosso)
From most points of Karystos, the visitor, can see a beautiful castle that crowns the city, the famous Red Castle (Castelo - Rosso). The castle was built in 1205 by the Latins, after the conquest of Evia. It was built where there was the ancient acropolis of Karystos.
In one of the central parts of the coastal road in the city of Karystos by the sea, rises the imposing two-storey Mpourtzi fort, built by the Venetians about the 13th century and preserved in excellent condition. During the summer months there are photo exhibitions, art exhibitions and poetry evenings.
Opposite Mpourtzi in a beautiful square, houses the "Giokaleio Cultural Foundation" which except the great library (11,000 volumes), it houses an archaeological collection of finds from the drakospita.
"Karystian House" is the Folklore Collection CH.V. Deligiorgi, that shows us a home from the past.
"Marmari House”: Women's Association of Marmari at Marmari’s beach.
"The drakospito of Oxi" is built at an altitude of 1440 meters, the building materials, as a great way of construction, especially in the time when constructed leaves no room for other explanations to our virtuous ancestors, other than being supernatural creatures. Such are the Drakospita of Karystia manufacturers of which were "dragons" probably not in physical strength but in the power of the mind and the power to invent ways that even today architects and engineers are left speechless.
- "Cave of Ag. Triada" is a giant marble slab of rocky hill 50 meters from Agia Triada. It is one of the most interesting caves in Europe with many speleological treasures. From its bowels flows a river and directed to Rouklia. In the process, forming small lakes and waterfalls, one of which is the largest underground waterfall in Greek cave.
- "Kolones": It was an ancient quarry of South Karystia, there was manufactured columns (from the famous Karystian marble) that after, travelled by sea in the most glorious cities of the ancient world.
Mpourtzi overlooking the breakwater