Kavala is a seaside town of Eastern Macedonia and an important port, built at the foot of Mount Symbol. The airport, Kavala National Airport "Alexander the Great" is located in Chrysoupolis, providing daily connections with Athens and weekly with cities in Europe, while the Port of Kavala connects the city by boat with Thassos, the islands of the North and East Aegean, and the Lavrio.
During your stay in Kavala, a rental car from Imperial Car Rental will be the perfect means of transportation for your city and surrounding areas.
The name of the city probably comes from the ancient Greek settlement of Skakala. During its history, it was consecutively called Neapolis (7th century BC-9th century AD), Byzantium "Christopolis" (9th century AD-14th century AD) and by in the 14th century AD to date "Kavala".
Its history dates back to Prehistoric times, with the uninterrupted occupation of the area until today. It refers to Homeric narratives and later to the archives of the Athenian Alliance. Lamentations during the Roman occupation, reconstruction of Byzantium, fire of the Normans, passage of the Ottomans, occupation of the Bulgarians and liberation in 1918.
Explore Kavala with Rent A Car rental car, visit the old town, amphitheatrically built on a peninsula surrounded by the sea, a scenic area with narrow streets, colorful mansions, monuments such as Imaret, Mohamed Ali's house, the Acropolis, the Castle with its granite walls and the endless view, Faro on the rocks.
See the Kamares, the emblematic arched aqueduct.
Take a stroll from the harbor and the old town to the Nautical Club and the fish market, as well as the Municipal Garden and the Faliro Park in Paralia.
The center of Kavala is bustling with shops. Large buildings once used to be a tobacco house are scattered everywhere, reminding of its edge as a top tobacco producer with a strong bourgeois and bourgeoisie. Tobacco Square and the Tobacco Museum are dedicated to that time.
Among the important buildings of Kavala are the Lazariston Monastery, the Vix Palace, the Grand Club, the Town Hall of Kavala and the Old Town Hall.
Thanks to the car rental Imperial Car Rental you can visit the outskirts of the Panagouda grove in Agia Paraskevi, the Kavala forest in Chorafa and the Pentaokos grove in the homonymous settlement, while in the west you will see part of the ancient Egnatia road.
To the east of Kavala is located Nea Karvali, famous for its famous kourabiedes, while you will be enchanted by the forest and the lagoons to the picturesque coastal Keramoti, built near the estuary of Nestos. The delta of Nestos is one of the most important wetlands in Europe.
Visit the village of Akontisti, a unique country-style folk museum with stone guest houses, squares, cobbled streets.
Imperial Car Rental offers you the opportunity to visit the archaeological site of Philippi, with ruins of Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and Early Christian period, the ancient Philippi Theater that is used today, while just outside the village you will see the wonderful prehistoric rock paintings.
Visit the Krinides and the green village of Nikissiani, the mountain villages of Phaggio Moustheni, rooms, courtyard, Eleftheroupoli with traditional architecture, the Lodges of the Ancient Medals, the village of Paggeio and the Pangeo Ski Center in the Orpheus Valley.
Inside Kavala, swim at the beach of Tossa, Kalamitsa with the Bati, Rapsani, Perigiali and Aspri Ammos.
To the east, you will meet Ammoglossa Keramoti, while on the west you will find the beaches of Palio and then Nea Iraklitsa, Nea Peramos, Ammolofi, perhaps the most beautiful beach in Greece.
Do not miss to visit the beautiful Thassos, the northernmost island in the Aegean.
Browse Kavala with the Imperial Car Rental car rental service and delight in discovering the beauties of this beautiful place.
: Keramoti, Chrysoupoli, Kavala Center, Kavala Port, Nea Karvali, Tosca Beach, Kavala Airport KVA.