Dunes of Kavala In order to experience the absolute natural beauty, a journey of 14 km is enough. from Kavala, 40 km. from Drama, 70 km. from Serres and 140 km. from Thessaloniki. The reason for this is Ammolofos, an impressive beach west of Kavala, in the administrative and geographical boundaries of the Municipality of Paggaio, which attracts tens of thousands of tourists every year. For the locals it is the beach of the four prefectures and the two countries. And not without reason, if one considers that visitors and tourists from Kavala, Drama, Serres and Thessaloniki and recently hundreds of Bulgarians, who arrive every Sunday with specially chartered tourist buses from the neighboring Bulgarian cities to enjoy moments of coolness, cosmopolitan mood, rest and relaxation in an ideal environment, choose it for their summer baths. So, every year, when summer is at its best, when every image in the mind is “filled” with sea and sun, with endless sandy beaches and relaxation, with play and good company, then the choice of tens of hundreds of tourists, visitors and permanent residents is Ammolofoi. It is a chain of clean beaches stretching for 15 km. (the entire coastline of the Municipality of Paggaio is 55 km) with clear, crystal clear and shallow waters, which are a real jewel of the region, offering moments of fun and relaxation, through a variety of water sports and modern beach bars, which have nothing to envy from those of Halkidiki or the cosmopolitan islands of the Aegean and the Ionian Sea. The three bays of Ammolophon are sure to satisfy even the most demanding visitor. One of the most beautiful places for swimming, still at the beginning of the Dunes, and after crossing a dirt road of one kilometre, is the peninsula of Vrasidas in Nea Peramos. There one can enjoy swimming in the shadow of the Byzantine castle of ancient Oisymi, while the olive trees and vineyards create images that relax all the senses. By choosing to rent a car in Thessaloniki from Rent a Car in Greece you can comfortably and safely reach the Dunes of Kavala.