We spent a fortnight in Spiti Anna in late summer 2010.
My wife is an architect. She fell in love immediately with the pictures on Spiti Anna´s homepage while trying to find a holiday location for our family with three children between 9 and 13 years of age.
The owner lives nearby and is a very pleasant guide to the village and its history.
We felt Spiti Anna gave us a lot of energy thanks to it authentic style, its extremely quiet location and Anne, the owner and rebuilder of the house and the real heart of Spiti Anna.
The island of Evia offers plenty of uncrowded beaches (we spent end of season holidays there) and a very agreeable climate due to plenty of sunshine with refreshing warm winds.
We would recommend Spiti Anna to families with children up to the age of around twelve years, children above that age might feel a bit to far away from interesting "hot spots".
One thing to mention is, that we found it very useful to have travelled by car, because the variety of nice sightseeings and beaches is restricted to people who can manage to make many kilometers a day.
If you are a keen walker you might like to walk to get your daily food in the centre of the village or even walk to the beach, but it´ll take you around 15 or 45 mins respectively - one way.
As an ecologically correct tourist you might find it a better idea to bring a donkey to Greece.
Enjoy Spiti Anna !
You WILL like it a lot !