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Glyfoneri

Glyfoneri is a small picturesque beach surrounded by hills that are covered in pine trees, the trees offer shelter and shade for long periods of the day so it’s probably not ideal for sun worshippers but for those that prefer to keep cool it’s perfect.

Alexandra

Alexandra beach is a little over 300m long, it has coarse sand, shingle and pebbles under foot. well organised with 4 or 5 rows of sun loungers covering part of the beach as well as some luxury loungers available to hire.

Agios Ioannis

Agios Ioannis beach is a semi-private beach on the south coast, it's not actually private but as there's nothing else in the area and at the rear of the beach is the huge Thassos Grand Resort Hotel people staying there tend to make up the majority of people on the beach.

Skala Maries

Skala Maries, also known as Skala Marion is a relatively small and compact harbour and beach resort on the west coast of Thassos. It's a beach lovers paradise as it’s actually based around 3 good sandy bays. giving you a choice of beaches whilst staying here.

Skala Panagia

Skala Panagia, also known as Chrysi Ammoudia is a gorgeous beach resort on the east coast and surrounds the northern end of Golden beach. As you head south it blends into Skala Potamia so visiting both at the same time is definitely possible.

Skala Potamia

Skala Potamia, sometimes also known as Chrisi Akti is based at the southern end of Golden beach on the east coast of Thassos, it's ideal for a family beach holiday and there’s no shortage of hotels and a wealth of tavernas and restaurants to choose from too.

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.

Potos

Potos is a popular tourist destination on the south coast with narrow streets that are lined with bars, restaurants and shops. It has a lovely long sand beach with all the facilities you need for a day out in the sunshine. There’s multiple tavernas, shops, watersports and more.

Melissani Lake Cave

The Melissani lake cave is close to the resort of Sami, the lake, or at least part of it is inside the cave, a section from the top of the cave has collapsed leaving an opening that bathes the inside in light, this is particularly amazing at around mid day.
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