Thassos which is the northernmost island of the Aegean with a distance of 6.5 miles from the coast of Macedonia, an area of 379km2 and a coast line of about 90km.
Its history proves that this unique place of north Aegean was developed as an important commercial center that connected the ancient Greece with the Black Sea. Today, Thassos is a contemporary verdurous island since it is covered with thousands of pine-trees and olive trees. It attracts thousands of tourists because of its wonderful interior and unique beaches with crystal water ideal from every kind of activities.
A great road network links the capital, Limenas, with all the mountainous and coastal village of the isalnd while ferry lines connect the island with Kavala and Keramoti daily. The high quality virgin oil, the famous Thassian honey, the traditional sweets and the world renowned white Thassian marble that is exported worldwide are some of the most well-known products of the island.