In this family-friendly destination, you indulge in an incredible natural landscape made up of sea and forest. It's best enjoyed on a road trip.

Traditional buildings of the seaside promenade of the central port of Thasos (Limenas) and small boats on the sea.
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Thasos Beaches


Chrysi Ammoudia (Golden) Beach

Serenity. You turn your head down and see the bottom of the sea. You turn it up and the landscape amazes you. Chrysi Ammoudia, the golden beach.


Limenas Beach (Limenaki)

Limenas is a sandy beach close to Thasos town and the old port. Plenty of taverns and bars, and hotels. It never gets packed.


Dasilio Beach

Ormos Prinou

Dasilio is a charming beach with a beach bar. On one side forest-green hills and on the other a sea with all shades of blue.


Psili Ammos Beach

Among Thasos most famous, Psili Ammos is developed with beach bars which attract chiefly younger people. It can get crowded and noisy.


Paradise Beach

Exotic, organized, sandy. Paradise beach has turquoise waters in a green milieu. Accessible through a dirt road. Thasos Paradise beach is heavenly.

A picture of the Makryammos Beach on the island of Thasos with lines of loungers.
photo: Steliyan Kasabov

Makryammos Beach

Organized small private beach, part of the Makryammos Bungalows Hotel. Ideal for children thanks to shallow waters and fine sand.


Skala Kallirachis Beach

Small beach with sand and pebbles and shallow waters. It enjoys easy access and a variety of nearby accommodation options.


Pefkari Beach

Beautiful beach located on the south side of the island. It is surrounded by a pine forest. Under your feet, sand and small pebbles.

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Thasos Attractions


St. Nikolaos Church

Thasos Town

Among the island's oldest buildings is this small church which is dedicated to the patron saint of all sailors, St Nicholas.


Archaeological Site of Aliki

Small peninsula with rich vegetation and beautiful beaches that hosts the remains of an ancient town and a marble quarry. Free entrance.


Ancient Agora of Thasos

A buzzing forum for centuries, you can now stroll around its ruins and visit the nearby museum for further explanations and findings.

Thasos Why visit?

  • The northmost island of Greece.
  • Staphylus (grape), son of God Dionysus, lived in Thasos.
  • Thasos got here in his search for Europa who was abducted by Zeus.

Thasos Museums


Archaeological Museum of Thasos

The Archaeological Museum of Thasos has lined up its findings in chronological order starting from the Neolithic times and ending in classical Greece.


Polygnotos Vagis Municipal Museum


The Polygnotos Vagis Municipal Museum hosts the artwork of a Greek-American painter and sculptor who was originally from Potamia.

A bench with a metal jug and glasses displayed in the Folklore Museum of Limenaria.
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Folklore Museum of Limenaria

A worth-visiting museum that draws a picture of Thasos everyday life in the past few centuries. Old objects, tools and household appliances.