At the proximity of 10km from the Villa, the city of Kavala is an amazing destination full of sights worth visiting. The peninsula of Kavala’s old town with the byzantine fortification and castle, is a must-see!
The ancient city of Filippoi is a perfect opportunity for sightseeing. The magnificent ancient theater, which dates back to 357 B.C., the Basilica and the ancient agora are some of the unique monuments of the area.
The byzantine monastery of Eikosifinissa, with its finest architecture, is located at the northern side of Pangaio Mountain, at an elevation of 753m. It’s a spiritual place at a magnificent location.
The ancient city of Amphipolis is located near the river Strymon and is well known for the large number of archeological findings, such as the ancient city walls, variable buildings, tombs and the unique “Lion of Amphipolis” statue.
Near the ancient city of Filippoi, you can visit the monastery of St. Lydia, built in the memory of the first Christian in Europe.
The Pangaio mountain, approximately 40 km from Kavala, is quite a natural wonder and a place full of myths and history. Its highest elevation is at 1,956 m. Take the opportunity to explore the sight and admire the works of nature.
Alistratis Cave
55 km from Kavala, in an area of 14,000 m² the Cave of Alistrati is a unique natural sightseeing. It is considered to be one of the largest and most beautiful caves in Greece.
The Gkiola is a uniquely beautiful, natural rocky pool. Its height reaches in some places 8 meters, of which the most courageous try to dive. A beach of great beauty to visit, the route of which, however, is difficult and requires a lot of walking.
Mud Bath
Krinides Mud Baths are located 18 km from Kavala. The therapeutic properties of mud are well known in the area since the ancient Greek and Roman period. We suggest you to give it a try!