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Ancient Agora

The Ancient Agora is the remains of a market, cultural and political centre that was built between 400 and 200 BC and located close to the centre of Limenas. Inside you’ll find a number of ruins from previous structures as well as columns, stone carvings and more.

Porto Vathy

Porto Vathy, also known as Marble beach is on the north east coast and has luxury sun loungers, music and gorgeous turquoise water. It's a small but popular beach so arrive early to claim your perfect spot on this stunning section of Thassos coast.

Vathi

Vathi is a fairly quiet and remote beach on the north east tip of Thassos and despite it’s small size it still boasts some gorgeous scenery, with trees lining either side and some of the clearest waters that you’ll find anywhere on the island.

Saliara

Saliara is a tiny little white pebble beach that's located on the north east corner of Thassos island. Saliara beach is just 70m wide and around 25m deep at it's largest, in the height of summer you'll find a taverna at the rear of the beach serving food and drink.

Psili Ammos

Psili Ammos is a fairly small but popular sandy beach on the south coast, it has soft, fine sand and the water is pretty clear and a beautiful turquoise blue. The water shelves gently so kids can paddle in the shallows safely.

Notos

Notos is a small, picturesque beach, right next to Rosogremos beach on the south coast of Thassos. It's surrounded by rock formations and trees making it a lovely place to sit and relax, it’s mainly sand under foot with some stones around the waters edge.

Makryammos

Makryammos is a gorgeous sandy beach on the north coast of Thassos, it's a private beach operated by the 4 star Makryammos bungalows complex which offers stunning modern accommodation with sea views set in the pine forests behind the beach.

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.

Aliki

Aliki is actually a 3 for 1 deal as there are a pair of beaches back to back and an archaeological site too. The main one that you come to first is just 250m long and very narrow, it has a selection of tavernas at the rear, most of which offer free sun loungers.

Theologos

Theologos is a traditional village built into the natural beauty of the Thassos hillside. Once the capital of the island, now it's a small village with winding cobbled streets that's lovely to spend a morning or afternoon exploring and enjoying the scenery.

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