Holidays in Kavala

Kavala info

The prefecture of Kavala is one of the most organized prefectures in Greece, with an exceptional tourist infrastructure that cater for both winter and summer vacations. The picturesque settlements, the cosmopolitan capital, the natural sites, the historical sightseeing attractions and the hospitable inhabitants make it one of the most enchanting areas in Greece. The prefecture of Kavala belongs to the geographical district of Macedonia and is bordered by Drama in the north, Xanthi in the east, Serres in the west and the Strymonikos gulf and the gulf of Kavala in the south. The prefecture of Kavala has a population of 136.000 inhabitants. Kavala, the capital and port of the prefecture, is an extremely picturesque town that is characterized by its eastern features. Although a modern business centre, Kavala is amply endowed with charms to attract and captivate any visitor, for it has managed to cling on to many features of its rich past, maintaining a graceful balance of old and new. Spacious squares, contemporary buildings and shopping centres on the west side of the city form a pleasant contrast to the traditional old houses, tiny gardens, and flagged alleyways on the eastern side. Wandering around the beautiful prefecture, you will come across the charming hamlet Eleftheroupoli, the scenic fishing village Keramoti, the secluded coastal village Loutra Eleftheron, and the cosmopolitan holiday resort Nea Iraklitsa, which is known for its lovely beach. Furthermore, the picturesque coastal villages Nea Karvali and Nea Peramos as well as the wonderful hamlet Chrissoupoli are also worth visiting. Seize the opportunity to explore the prefecture of Kavala Greece to get acquainted with one of the country’s most magical destinations.

Holidays package proposal for Kavala

We can give you the ability to easily and quickly create your holidays package through our online booking system, ensuring your airline ticket and hotel reservation.

Ferry tickets to Kavala

Kavala's port can be reached by ferry boat, mainly from the ports of Piraeus and Lavrio. Also, there is access from the islands of Thassos, Agios Efstratios, Ikaria, Samos, Chios, Limnos and Lesvos by ferry boat or sea-taxi. We can offer ferry tickets through our online booking system.

Airtickets to Kavala

Kavala can be reached by plane. We can offer airtickets to the island through our online booking system.

Hotels in Kavala

There is a variety of hotels, apartments and rooms to let in places like Kavala Town, Nea Iraklitsa, Keramoti and many more, depending on the type of holidays you would prefer. You can find more information at the section of Kavala hotels.

Transfer & car rental in Kavala

There are transfer and car rental options in Kavala through our online booking system.

Sightseeing and tours in Kavala

The medieval castle, the old tobacco storehouses, the Town Hall, the Municipal Library, the Municipal Museum, the Turkish building Imaret, the old Kamares aqueduct, the Panagia district in the old town, the churches of Panagia and Agios Panteleimonas, the Monastery Agios Syllas and the sand dunes in the region of Nea Peramos, are some of the sightseeing attractions of the marvellous town of Kavala. However, the finest sightseeing in the Kavala Prefecture is the magnificent archaeological site of Philippi and its museum, as well as spectacular Mt. Paggaio, a breathtaking natural site, with organized with mountaineering shelters and a ski center. Located next to the archaeological site of Philippi is the baptismal font of Lydia, where the first European Christian woman was baptized.

Travel tourism information in Kavala

•Kavala (capital)
•Tourist Police:      +30 2510 622246
•Police:                  +30 2510 223720 
•Port Authority:      +30 2510 223716
•Hospital:               +30 2510 228517
•Keramoti
•Police:                  +30 25910  51111
•Port Authority:      +30 25910 51204


Restaurants and nightlife in Kavala

Kavala is not only natural beauty, architectural monuments and archaeological sightseeing but also modern life, cultural activites and exciting nightlife. Kavala caters for all tastes. You will find restaurants reminding the east, traditional taverns and small snack bars with local delicacies. A delicious seafood dish on a small marble table with the view of the Byzantine fortress and the picturesque port in your feet is a bare reality here. One can make a volta (walk) on the large waterfront pedestrian street, stop at one of the many cafés which invite you for a break from walking and relax enjoying the wonderful view. Also, friendly tavernas serve fresh fish at the lovely beaches of Kalamitsa, Palio, Nea Iraklitsa, Perigiali and Nea Peramos. The Kavala nightlife is quite exciting, offering entertainment for all musical preferences.

Special places of interest in Kavala

Kavala has many beaches of unparalled beauty. They spread one after the other along the prefecture, creating a beautiful landscape of blue and satisfy all tastes, from cosmopolitan tourists to the more lone ones. On the east side of the prefecture there is the beach of Keramoti and entering the city from the east we can find Perigiali. At the centre of Kavala there is the beach of Rapsani and on the west Kalamitsa, Batis, Tosca and Palio. On the west side of the prefecture there are even more beaches, one more beautiful than the other, such as Nea Iraklitsa, Nea Peramos, Ammolofi, Almira, Sarakina, the beach of Kariani, the beach of Ofrynio and many other small bays.
Beside their beauty, the beaches of Kavala also stand out for their cleaningness. Many of them have been awarded a “blue flag” such as the beach of Ammoglossa in Keramoti, Perigiali beach, Rapsani, Kalamitsa, Batis, Tosca, Sarakina and a part of Ammolofoi and Nea Iraklitsa.