How to go to Thassos
Thassos is a beautiful island in the northern Aegean Sea, located close to the mainland of Greece. The island is easily accessible by both ferry and car, depending on your starting point. Here are some options for getting to Thassos:
By ferry from Kavala: Kavala is a city on the mainland of Greece, located about 35km from the port of Keramoti. There are several ferry companies that operate daily ferries from Keramoti to Thassos, with the journey taking around 30 minutes. During the peak season, there are also ferries that operate directly from Kavala to Thassos, with the journey taking around 1.5 hours.
By ferry from Limenas (Thassos Town): Limenas is the main town on Thassos, and there are several ferry companies that operate daily ferries from Limenas to Kavala and other ports on the mainland, with the journey taking around 1-2 hours depending on the route.
By car: Thassos is connected to the mainland by a bridge, which means that it's possible to drive to the island from cities such as Kavala or Thessaloniki. From Kavala, the journey takes around 1.5 hours, while from Thessaloniki it takes around 2.5 hours.
By plane: The nearest airport to Thassos is located in Kavala, which is served by several airlines with flights from major European cities. From the airport, you can take a taxi or rent a car to drive to the port of Keramoti and take a ferry to Thassos.
It's worth noting that ferry schedules and routes may vary depending on the season, so it's best to check with the ferry companies or travel agents for the most up-to-date information. Additionally, it's a good idea to book your ferry tickets and accommodation in advance, especially during the peak season, to ensure availability.