Kavala is a lively commercial and resort city. Ferry boats course from its port toward any of the islands in the Aegean Archipelago, including the island of Thasos. Here, you will also find a variety of remarkable places: the marvelous Byzantian fortress on the Symvolos Mountain; Imareth, for the most part used as a hotel and the Kavala Archeological Museum; Aqueduct – the ancient water supply system utilized up to the XIX century to provide local residents with fresh water. Besides, in the city suburbs, there are several large beaches with amenities, clean sand, and well-developed tourist infrastructure.
Undoubtedly, all the tourists who arrived in Greece for the first time, come across the issue of transportation. This is why a transfer will be the perfect option; it will ensure a much more comfortable ride in comparison with a bus. The driver will be waiting for your arrival, ready to carry your trunks to the car and bring you with maximum speed to your destination.
Distances to big transport points
- Macedonia Airport, Thessaloniki – 172 km
- Thessaloniki Train Station – 152 km
- Bus Station KTEL Macedonia – 153 km
What other transportation can be used
Intercity buses – You need to know in advance where and at what time a suitable bus stops. Buses from Thessaloniki to Kavala depart every hour. After getting off a bus, you will need to use additional transport to get to your destination.
Public taxis – You can order a taxi by phone in the Greek language or catch a car in the street. Taxis usually cost more than economical transfer, and level of service is quite ordinary.