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GPS KORDINATE
Updated January 23, 2018 no comments

GPS Coordinates of Thassos Beaches

I think you will find coordinates of all the beaches on the island to be useful, so I made an effort to provide them for you, and soon a description and photos for each beach individually will follow. Thank you Darko Stanojevic for help.
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platana beach bar skala rachoni thassos 9
Updated January 23, 2018 no comments

Platana Beach Bar

Well hidden in the green and fragrant pines from the seaside scenery, the Platana beach beautifully plays with your senses! It attracts visitors insatiable sight, giving them a total feeling of blue fairy tale microcosm. Both the pine-trees that stretch to the salty sea and the fresh and shallow water...

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Beaches with music 1
Updated January 23, 2018 no comments

Beaches with music

Thassos is known as a family island, but if you're looking for fun it is entirely possible with good will and informations.

One of the most beautiful and also the most popular beach for the young and young at heart is Psili Ammos. In addition to...

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Beaches for diving and snorkeling 1
Updated January 23, 2018 no comments

Beaches for diving and snorkeling

If you want to learn to dive this island has several scuba diving clubs with professional trainers who can help you with that. Of course you can take your own equipment if you are already an experienced diver.
If you want to have some fun and watch the...

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Glykadi Beach 1
Updated January 23, 2018 1 comment

Glykadi Beach

Glykadi Beach is 5km away from Limenas when you go towards Skala Prinos.

It is a wide, sandy beach on the coast, and in the water with stone slabs first few meters, and then fine sand. The beach has a bar that plays soft music throughout...

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Skala Rachoni City Beach 1
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Skala Rachoni City Beach

The beach at Skala Rachoni is narrow and several kilometers long with sand on the shore along their entire length. Mainly with natural shade, from olives or from pine trees.

In the water there are sandy, and rocky parts, with the grass, but you can...

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