Festive events in Kalamitsa

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Festive events in Kalamitsa. The same day revived the custom 'You will catch the snake. In Kalamitsa there were many snakes in the past and the grip one of them meant "good Lent."

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The beach is located at 6 km from Kavala. It is a picturesque resort attracting crowds of bathers during the summertime and is a traditional seasonal center.

Kalamitsa Beach

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Located 2 km from the center of the city. Organized beach with cabins, showers and sports areas, but also with fish-taverns nearby.

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Mpatis Beach

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Toskas Beach

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Perigiali Beach

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Rapsani Beach

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Aspri Ammos Beach

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Kavalas Harbor

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The port of Kavála is artificial and is located to the northeast head of the bay of Kavála. It consists of the main port and a less port at its northeastern head.

Kalamitsas Anchorage

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Fishing Pier of Kavala

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Perigiali Small Harbor

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When Apostle Paul dreamt of a tall impressive Macedonian man who stood in front of him and asked him to “come and pray in Macedonia” he decided to set sails for Neapolis. In winter of the year 49, Apostle Paul landed for the first time on the Greek mainland in Agios Nikolaos area closed to Neapoli (today’s Kavala).

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