Top 5 hidden Tavernas in Thassos: Some of the reasons people immediately fall in love with Thassos, apart from the natural beauty, the authentic character the island still has despite the touristic growth, is the diversity of things to try. In Thassos you can find everything from large hotels, suites, family-run hotels to small cottage houses and studios. The same applies to food and dining. Continue reading “Top 5 Hidden Tavernas you need to try in Thassos!”
Thassos is a fantastic destination for adventure and natural beauty. This gorgeous and famously green island in the north of Greece is just a short ferry ride from the beautiful city of Kavala. Slightly off the beaten path, Thassos has its own strong identity and proud history. Continue reading “Top Thassos Tours to Try”
When one thinks about going on holiday to Greece, one of the first things that comes to mind is the delicious Greek cuisine! Especially in the summer, when there is an abundance of freshly caught sea food, fresh vegetables and juicy fruit, at least one visit to an authentic Greek tavern, to try the local dishes, is a must!
In this post, we detail our top 5 fish taverns in Thassos! Even if you are staying at another village, hire a rental car in Thassos and try to visit these unique places! Continue reading “Top 5 Fish Taverns in Thassos Greece”
Theologos waterfalls in Thassos Greece
A Must Visit Place in the South Region of Thassos Greece
When hiring a car in Thassos there are plenty of things to do and recommended places to visit! In this blog, we highlight our recommendation from the summer of 2020. This being the discovery of the beautiful waterfalls of the traditional mountain village, Theologos. Continue reading “Beautiful Theologos waterfalls in Thassos Greece”
Monastery of Archangel: The nunnery of Archangel Michael is the largest monastery in Thassos with 30 nuns living there. Annually, it attracts many visitors, especially during the peak months of July and August, when many Saints are also celebrated. Τhe monastery is located between Astris and Aliki and is built on a cliff edge providing visitors with breathtaking views of both the Aegean Sea and Mount Athos. Hire a car from our nine incredible convenient locations and visit this wonderful place!
During the early Byzantine period, many beautiful churches and monasteries were built in Thassos, some were invaded and destroyed while others have survived to this day. Why not renting a car to discover them?
Airbnb in Thassos: Since Thassos has become a very popular destination among travellers, many new hotels, villas, studios, bed and breakfast but also Airbnb accommodations have opened their doors to welcome guests.
Top 10 things you should know before moving to Thassos – How is life on a Greek Island?
Everyone has a dream…Is yours to move to a Greek island? Does the very thought of it conjure up a picture in your mind of soaking up the sun, sipping frappe “cold coffee” by day and spending long warm evenings sitting on the seafront enjoying an ouzo with the friendly locals? Is this the reality? Is life in Thassos really all sun, sea and ouzo?
The way of life on a Greek Island is certainly very different to living in a large city on the mainland. Thassos has a lot to offer: it is rich in culture, has more than 30 beaches, traditional mountain villages, a laid back lifestyle, friendly locals and more than 2500 hours of sunshine per year.
Below are some practical tips we hope you find useful when considering a move.
Top 10 family activities in Thassos:
In addition to the island’s array of beaches and traditional mountain villages, the island offers a wide choice of activities for all the family. Below are some ideas to help ensure you experience a memorable visit on our island.
- Are you dreaming of a lovely cottage house or traditional villa in Greece?
- Are you looking for a “home away from home” accommodation on the beautiful island of Thassos?
- Are you a family or group of friends that are looking for privacy and enjoy your own independence on holiday?
- Would you like to experience “living as a local” and avoid mass tourism and large hotels?