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Montenegro Greece


Igoumenitsa Patras Bulgaria Kavala Thessaloniki


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Volos Piraeus


Turkey Kusadasi Bodrum Souda/Chania Heraklion KAVALA, GREECE Must see tourist attractions


• Old City, Byzantine Castle Acropolis, Imaret (5min)


• Ancient Theatre & Basilicas of Filippi (20min)


• St Lydia Baptistery (25min) • Thermal Springs & Mud Baths (25min) • Alistrati Cave (60min)


Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 360mtr Width: no limit Draught: 9-10mtr


Lenght: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr Anchorage Available:


Available: yes


Anchorageyes (if needed) Ship tenders allowed: yes Ship Tenders allowed: yes


The port of ancient Neapolis, as Kavala was named at the time, was founded by the Thassians in the end of the 7th century B.C. Paul the Apostle (Acts 16, the Bible) first set foot in Europe in the city of Kavala. During Byzantine times, but also in the 16th and 17th century, the port of Kavala had the administrative and tax control of the neighbouring mining area, and served as an export node for local products (wheat, cotton, wood, etc). The 18th century was a period of special acme for the city and its port, when among other things also the first consular authorities of France and Venice were established. This entire journey into history is still reflected in the monuments of the city and its wider region. But is not just that. The city and its region provide a large number of destinations for shore excursions 12 months a year, covering a wide range of themes, among which:


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Quays Total number of quays: 2 Total length of quays: 540mtr Quay depth: 9-10mtr Passenger terminals: yes, with air- conditioned lounge


Lenght: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr


Tugs available: yes (1800 vhp & 1000 vhp) Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollar


idal movement/range: 0.5mtr d pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


Mailing Address Port of Kavala 2 Averof Str. 65403 Kavala Greece


Wwww.portkavala.gr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship Tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


Other Contact Christos Iliadis CEO E iliadis@portkavala.gr


Minas Tatsis Business Development Director E tatsis@portkavala.gr P +30 2510 223 691


Distances/Transportation City centre: port is in the centre of Kavala Airport: 30km Free shuttle service to city: if requested


History (Ancient Theatre & Basilicas of Filippi, Byzantine Castle Acropolis of Kavala, Imaret, Medieval Aquaduct, Archeological museum, etc.) Religion (in the steps of Apostle Paul, St. Lydia Baptistery, Panagia Ikosifinissas Monastery, etc.) Nature (Nestos river delta – Natura 2000, Alistrati Cave, Keramoti sand peninsula, Paggaio mountain, Symvolo mountain, etc.) Sea (beaches of Kalamitsa, Batis, Tosca, Ammolofi, just a few kilometres from the city, island of Thassos) Special interest (Wineries, Thermal springs, Lydia mud baths, Mohamed Ali’s House, Tobacco Museum, Wax museum). Moreover, as the cruise port is surrounded by the city of Kavala, just a few minutes after the ship’s arrival, the passenger can wander in the shopping area and relax in the restaurants and cafes on the waterfront


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Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 3,226 Total cruise calls 2017: 6 Total cruise lines 2017: 6 Turnaround port? yes


Lenght: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship Tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


Main Contact


Gregory Kekropoulos Marketing Department/PFSO


E kekropoulos@portkavala.gr P +30 2510 225 192 F +30 2510 220 125


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