Destination for a quite vacations.

The small village Keramoti is a fishing village and the second port of Kavala that is connected to Thasos Island. It is a rising touristic place that attracts many tourists every year. It is a suitable destination for those who are looking for quite vacation, beautiful beaches and some night entertainment.

How to get to Keramoti:

  • Keramoti has daily flights with Athens and it is connected to Europe through regular and charter flights every week.
  • From Thessaloniki through Egnatia Highway is 145 Km and 1.5 hour drive.
  • Keramoti is connected to Thasos every hour with new ferry boats.
  • Keramoti is connected to Kavala and Xanthi city by bus every hour .

For more information about activities, food and local customs please contact to us. It will be a pleasure to help you to discover our region.

Keramoti offers the following important characteristics:

Keramoti Beaches

Keramoti has one of the longest beaches, with fine sand and clear water. Many travelers say that is one of the most beautiful beaches in Northern Greece. There are many beach bars, fully organized with sun umbrellas and chairs and many other things that any visitor needs.

Lekani’s Mountain

Lekani’s mountains are very near to keramoti which offer many beautiful places, forests, traditional small villages and the famous Nestos River. In that area many activities take place such as canoe-kayak, rafting, walking, bird –watching and many more.

Kavala’s Sights

In the region of Kavala, there are many remarkable sights that any tourist can visit. Places such as the archeological place of Filipi and Thassos, the Castle and Kamares in Kavala and the old cities of Kavala and Xanthi consist some of the sights and places that someone must visit and see.

Keramoti. A place that everyone should visit

Presentation of Keramoti by Keramoti Apartments & Houses

Fishing in Keramoti By Keramoti Apartments & Houses

Keramoti Entrance

Keramoti looks like an island because it is connected to inland with a small bridge in the entrance of the village.

Keramoti Port

Keramoti’s port is graphical and ideal for walking. Across the main road and very near to the port, there are many fish restaurants and taverns that offer fresh fish dishes as well as the well known keramoti’s mussels.


The Nestos is a river which raises the Rila Mountains and flows into the Aegean Sea. It plunges down towering canyons toward the Aegean Sea through mostly metamorphic formations. The Nestos Delta is considered as one of the most important wetland in Europe and is protected by Ramsar treaty. The place consists of lot habitats with lagoons, wet grass lands and riverside forest. The flaura and fauna of Nestos Delta are offered for naturalist, birds and wild animal’s observers etc.