Nea Peramos is another gorgeous beach. It is also awarded the Blue Flag label by the European Union. Clean sand and azure water are everything that vacationers need to sunbathe and swim. No wonder, the beach is always quite crowded. Nea Peramos is one of the most popular beaches not only in Kavala and the surrounding areas but also in the country. To enjoy best diving and snorkeling in the region, consider visiting Nea Irakleitsa. Perhaps, several sea caves not far from the beach are the reason for such popularity.
Among entertainments that are available at the beaches, tourists can choose from diving, surfing of different types, snorkeling, and cruising. By all means, an adventure to Kavala will be incomplete without trying these activities that will bring many positive memories for years to come. Nature is very generous in the region and so it added one more opportunity for active recreation, namely, rafting. The Angitis River to the north of the city is perfect for it. Here, to the north of Kavala, there are also two fabulous caves that are worth exploring.
First of all, this is Alistratis Cave famous for its stalactites and stalagmites. It is one of the most beautiful caves in whole Greece that looks absolutely surreal with the original illumination and halls with white stalactites. Near the entrance to the cave, there is a unique fountain. Not far from Alistratis Cave, there is a souvenir shop and a couple of restaurants with local food. Cave Sources of Aggitis River is the biggest river cave not only in Greece but also in the world. The cave is famous for its unique fauna – both river- and ground-based.