So far on the road from Thessaloniki to Kavala and on the island Thassos there are no auto-gas stations. For this reason you will find useful the information that there is one 20km from Kavala, on the way to Drama. On this link you will find the interactive Google map...MORE
Ferries to Tasos go from two coastal locations: Kavala and Keramoti. From Kavala it is possible to take the ferry to Skala Prinos and from Keramoti to Limenas. The Kavala - Skala Prinos route takes 75 minutes, and the Keramoti - Limenas route only 35 minutes. Among Serbian tourists, the...MORE
If you want to experience Thassos the right way you need to have a car for at least two days. It would be ideal if everybody came with their own car but also coming with the bus has it's own advantages, especially if the bus is new and comfortable. This...MORE
There are several ways to get to Thassos.
Thassos doesn't have an airport but there are two international airports which are nearby.
Thessaloniki airport is bigger, which means there are more flights available from many European cities. If you land in Thessaloniki you have 2 hours...
Taxi ride, as everything else on this island works well. Taxis are usually gray metallic color and are quite luxurious. There are no unpleasant surprises because the exact price may be agreed upon entry into the vehicle, and it is not uncommon for the board indicating the cost of...MORE
Around the island, throughout, there is a very solid, highway with two lanes. This road is mostly by the sea, which makes rides on the island special pleasure. Dangerous parts are almost gone. Section of the road Limenas - Skala Maries has some curves and slopes. It is this...MORE
When you go in the direction of Thessaloniki-Kavala-Keramoti motorway, about 6km after Kavala, you will see the road sign to turn to Nea Karvali (Fillipos B' and Kavala east). Follow signs to Nea Karvali and after 1.2km on the right side you will see a Shell gas station where...MORE