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The Greek city of Kavala (KVA) is the region's port and trading city. Located directly on the Gulf of Thasos, it offers visitors some wonderful sights and an unforgettable holiday. In addition to the family-friendly beaches, the beautiful surrounding countryside is another reason why Kavala (KVA) is so popular. The ‘beautiful bride of eastern Macedonia’, the city has a significant history – it was built on the foundations of Neapolis. Situated at the foot of Symvolo Mountain, it also offers sports enthusiasts a wealth of biking and hiking trails. The many restaurants serve local dishes and regional wines. Holidaymakers can experience authentic Greek lifestyle at first hand here.
The small Greek city exudes an attractive charm, not least because of its many squares, modern buildings and traditionally built houses. Tradition and modernity have merged over the years into a symbiotic cityscape, making a city tour an absolutely unforgettable experience. Book your Kavala (KVA) flights now and discover the many historical monuments in the Panagia old town district. This is where you'll find the Byzantine castle, built in the 16th century, the fortifications and the Mother of God Church. The aqueduct built by Sultain Suleiman is also a key attraction for many visitors. A little stone alleyway leads to the birthplace of Mehmet Ali, considered the founder of the Egyptian dynasty in the 18th century.
If you're looking for rest and relaxation, you'll love Kavala (KVA). Book your Kavala (KVA) flights now and discover the many beaches and secluded bays. The beaches at Ofynio, Sarakina, Myrtofyto, Eleochori, Almyra and Karyani are amongst the most popular seaside resorts. From the little fishing village of Heraklitsa, you can explore the sea caves of Panagia and Fidonisi by boat. But a holiday in Kavala (KVA) should also include a visit to one of the many little tavernas serving delicious local dishes. And the matching Greek wine, of course.