Located in North. Evia is a unique natural monument with great interest. It is one of the richest petrified forests in Europe, extends between the villages Kerasia – Agia Anna – priests. Important is the fossilized tree trunk findings in the whole region.
Their main appearance, however, is set to High Ridge, west of Cherry Village. There, on farms, showing clusters of fossilized trees, large format, as well as pieces of petrified logs. From studies carried out in the region of palaiochlorida Priests, speculation is aged 10 to 25 million years.
Scientists have found a tremendous interest and examine fossils from mammals of paleontological era, while these findings enable the region to develop tourism. Indeed, according to studies the fauna was particularly rich, including included machairodontes which should look like lions, eladothiria something like giraffe but with low neck and Halikothiria some large mammals that fed on leaves and have found skulls from rhino and even with two horns.