Nileas (Greek: ) is a municipality in Euboea, Greece. Population 2730 (2001). The seat of the municipality is in Agia Anna
Agia Anna is near the Aegean sea, 76 km NW of Chalkida.
The municipality is named after the river Nileas which flows through the region. The gorge of Bolovinaina (or Arapi) is in the region, near Agia Anna.
Nileas Municipality, Satellite image
Division of the municipality
Achladi (older form Achladion ) is a village with Fragkaki a synonymous municipal district.. It was part of the Kirolinea municipality which was split into the municipalities Kireas and Nileas. It was an independent community until with the Kapodistrias law it is part of the new Nileas municipality.
Agia Anna is a village, part of the synonymous district. The village has a folklore museum.
Kerasea is a village of the Nileas municipality. The waterfalls Drymonas are near Kerasea.
Kotsikia is a village near the sea, part of the synonymous district, the sea-side settlement is called Paralia Kotsikias
Pappades is a small village , its name "priests" is derived from the monks who lived in the past in the region.