Athens, the national capital, is roughly 160 miles (257 kilometers) southwest of Gera.
Gera isn't the only spot in North Aegean Islands worth seeing; visitors can also hit the road and discover the magic of the surrounding scenery, communities and cultural attractions. Interesting places within a relatively short distance of Gera are Tavari, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east, and Eresos-Antissa, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east.
Chios is around 55 miles (89 kilometers) from Gera. This regional center contains a number of interesting things to see and do, like Chios Public Garden, Komi Beach and Chios Port. Chios has much of interest for those happy to hang around a little longer. Emporios Port, Daskalopetra Beach and Homer's Rock are just some of the sights guaranteed to delight.
If you're looking for experiences that won't break the bank, round up the family and head to North Aegean Islands' numerous outdoor attractions such as open-air exhibits. Every place on Earth has a special history and the North Aegean Islands area is no exception. The traditional villages in these parts provide a fascinating window on the past.
The area around Gera has plenty of outdoor options for visitors with a love of watersports. Sailing and swimming are just two of the popular pastimes here.
At the end of your stay in Gera, pack up your camera and mementos, spend your last of your euros, and bid a fond Yiá sou (farewell) to this unique holiday spot.