Kavala is a small port town that has just recently won love of tourists due to its magnificent beaches, well developed infrastructure and rich choice of entertaining and excursion programs.
Kavala was founded yet in the 6th century; after this the town was ruled by the Roman Empire. In 14 century it was added to the territory of the Ottoman Empire and only in 20 century Kavala became a part of Greece. To the service of guests of this wonderful place are opened several beaches that are 6 kilometers long. Most prestigious and luxurious hotels are located along the coast line. The town’s embankment is most favorite place for walking among locals and tourists. This place is particularly attractive on evenings when it is lightened by neon signs and street lamps.
The majority of streets starts from the embankment and goes high into mountains. While walking on boulevards and valleys you can see large number of shops, restaurants and taverns. Once here were located fishing taverns that are now turned into prestigious restaurants. Cafes and taverns with open terraces are traditionally most popular among tourists as they feature stunning looks of the coast.