Ferries sail daily from the village of Keramoti to Thassos.
Keramoti is very near to the airport.
The journey time takes about 30 minutes.
The average fare is 3 euros.
Ferries also depart from Kavala to Prinos.
The journey time takes about 75 minutes.
The average fare is 5 euros.
A hydrofoil sails from Kavala to Prinos or Thassos Town.
The journey time to Prinos takes about 30 minutes.
The journey time to Thassos Town takes about 40 minutes.
The average fare for a return journey is 18 euros.
Hydrofoil crossings don’t generally coincide with flights
Taxis are available from outside the airport.
The journey time to Keramoti takes about 10-15 minutes.
The average fare for a single journey is 15 euros.
The journey time to Kavala takes about 30 minutes
The average fare is 25-30 euros.
From the airport, drive southeast to Keramoti or drive west along the E90 to Kavala.
The journey time to Keramoti takes about 20 minutes.
The journey time to Kavala takes about 30 minutes.
Short and long term car parking can be found at the airport.
Car hire is available from the airport.
Flights to Kavala Airport
From secluded beaches to ancient ruins - flights to Kavala are your gateway to traditional Greece at its best.
Kavala knows a thing or two about history. It’s built on the ancient city of Neopolis, while the ruins of Phillipi are just close by. What’s more, Kavala’s got classic Greek style. Just one look at the traditional houses that rise up the hillside and you’ll see its resemblance to an amphitheatre. But if you book a flight to Kavala, there’s a lot more to explore than the harbour town itself. Just a 12-kilometre boat ride away is the laid-back island of Thassos. Here, swathes of sand and peaceful fishing villages freckle the rugged coastline. Sprawl on Paradise Beach’s pearl-white stretch, explore the ancient temples of Thassos Town, or head over to Potos for some harbourside meze. Just save some time to climb Mount Ipsarion - the sunsets from here are unbeatable.