Athens, the national capital, is roughly 90 miles (145 kilometers) to the southeast of Stylida.
Staying in this popular part of Greece should be an adventure, so set aside some time to take to the road and tour a few of the other charming natural and man-made attractions in the vicinity of Stylida. Glyfa and Polidrosos are two other places worth visiting while you're in Central Greece.
When it's time to explore beyond Stylida, visit the nearest regional city. Skiathos lays 45 miles (72 kilometers) away and is home to visitor attractions including Mandraki Beach, Meghalos Aselinos Beach and Agia Eleni Beach. Kastro Beach, Koukounaries Beach and Achladies Beach are also good places to head to.
If the weather forecast keeps you indoors, go to Central Greece's theaters, history museums and art museums. Central Greece is well known for its many ruins; these are often evocative testaments to the region's colorful past.
Central Greece offers some great options for energetic visitors with a love of water. Swimming and sailing are some of the ways to have fun upon the water here. Visitors who like to go beyond the usual sights will enjoy the area's guided nature walks, winery tours and cycling tours.
As your time here draws to an end, spend your last euros on that last souvenir and bid a fond Yiá sou (farewell) to the locals you've met and the spots you've enjoyed.