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Skala Rachoni

Skala Rachoni, also known as Skala Rachoniou is a small harbour village up on the north west coast of Thassos. The village itself is based around the marina and and Skala Rachoni beach, with hotels and restaurants dotted about in the surrounding areas.

Kallirachi

Kallirachi is on the west side of Thassos, it's a quiet village that has narrow cobbled streets and beautiful houses built from Thassos stone with terracotta roofs. The village has a tranquil, relaxed environment which makes for a lovely afternoon wandering around.

Kazaviti

Kazaviti is a beautiful village set on the mountain slopes of Thassos island, As it’s up in the mountains it offers spectacular views of the island and the Aegean sea, just watch out for those winding roads that lead up to the village, particularly if you’re driving at night.

Kinira

Kinira is a small, charming village on the east coast, it's a quiet region that people visit for it’s natural beauty and tranquillity but it still has everything the tourist needs including supermarkets, tavernas, restaurants, a good selection of hotels and apartments.

Limenaria

Limenaria is the second largest town in Thassos and a popular spot for holiday makers along with neighbouring village Kalivia. As it’s one of the more popular resorts you’ll find a good selection of hotels and a good range of shops, tavernas and restaurants too.

Limenas

Limenas is the capital and largest town on Thassos and is often referred to as Thassos Town. It's home to the main port on the island and links to Keramoti port on the mainland. It has everything you need including plenty of hotels, a wealth of restaurants.

Maries

Maries is a traditional mountain side village close to the centre of Thassos. Maries is a delightful little village to visit, it's somewhere you enjoy the natural beauty of the area. There are a few trails to walk round to make the most of the surroundings.

Pachis

Pachis is a beach side resort on the north coast of Thassos. It’s a bit of a stretch calling Pachis a resort as it’s more just a collection of hotels and a handful of tavernas around the beach. There’s a decent choice of hotels both large and small, apartments and villas all available.

Panagia

Panagia is a picturesque village built on the mountainside roughly 300m above sea level, it offers fabulous views over the Aegean. It's not one of the more popular tourist resorts but it does still have a handful of places to stay and a number of good tavernas.

Potamia

Potamia is nestled in the hills of mount Ipsárion in the north east of Thassos. This isn’t the sort of village that most holiday makers would want to stay in as it’s too quiet, if however you like to visit the real Greece then Potamia could be a good option.
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