Kavala is the charming city that keeps alive the memories of the past
Discover Kavala, a captivating city with an amphitheatrical charm and a vibrant harbor. Stroll along the enchanting coastal front and picturesque alleys, where hospitable locals await. The Acropolis and Castle offer a unique time travel experience, immersing you in history's embrace.
Neoclassical gems and historic tobacco warehouses reflect Kavala's past as the "Mecca of tobacco." Wander the Old Town, tracing architectural marvels, and ascend the Arches for a panoramic city view.
Immerse yourself in history at the Imaret, a museum hotel of exquisite 1817 architecture, now a city emblem.
Kavala seamlessly blends old-world charm with modern allure, promising a journey of exploration and cultural richness. Lose yourself in its alleys, connect with its welcoming people, and create timeless memories in this captivating destination.
Enjoy traditional flavors
The cuisine of Kavala hides local Macedonian recipes with influences received from Pontus, Asia Minor and Cappadocia. Alipasta, mackerel fur, sardines, mussel pilaf, herring saganaki, anchovy wrapped in vine leaves, stuffed eggplant are just some of the typical dishes of the area. whole almond, sweet walnut and all the “spoon sweets”.
Best time to visit Kavala
Kavala is suitable for holidays all year round. In summer it is a top choice as in a short distance there are plenty of beaches of remarkable beauty!
How to use transportation in Kavala
Transfer from/to Kavala
If you do not have your own car to move to Kavala there are other ways to move.
The city is connected by air with Athens, as well as by train, while an alternative transportation option is the intercity buses of KTEL from Athens or Thessaloniki.
If you do not have your own car you can use the city bus or taxi