The city of Kavala is built ampitheatricaly, facing the Aeagean Sea. Archaelogical sites and museums with findings of the archaic and byzantine era, the Old Town, the Castle, the historical tobacco warehouses, the fish taverns, the Shipyard, as well as the modern market are hard to get off one’s mind once you visit it.
The beaches in Kavala are well known for being very clean and safe. Ammolofoi, one of the most popular with the locals, is always a favorite spot among the youth. Nea Iraklitsa, near the resort area of Kavala, is both suitable for families and for trendy nightlife. Tosca and Palio on the other hand are just right for spending a day at the beach with your family.
Thassos, located right across Kavala and easily accessible by ferry, is the northernmost island of the Aegean Sea. It consists an ideal holiday destination since its natural beauty is remarkable. There are stunning sandy beaches with crystal fresh blue waters, beaches with white pebbles, beaches with forest and pine trees leading all the way down to them, hidden sea caves, and so much more.
Beaches such as Chrysi Ammoudia, Alyki, Pefkari, etc are just a few from the wide variety the island has to offer. The clear and shallow waters of Scala Potamia are appropriate for families with young children. Paradise Beach is also one of the most popular and naturally appealing beaches of Thassos with clear waters and fantastic waves for adventure seekers. On the other hand, Limenas, Prinos, Limenaria and Potos are full of shops, coffeehouses, colourful restaurants, bars bars and clubs offering many options for the visitors' entertainment.
Thassos's unique character is also depicted in the many villages with traditional architecture such as Panagia, with its 15th of August festivities. In Maries and Kinira, considered one of the most beautiful villages of Thassos, one will surely must visit the many springs and findings of the archaic and roman era.