Discover the places around the hotel

Located in the Heart of Thassos

Our hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Thassos capital, near the sea harbour, putting the best of the area right at your fingertips. Nearby you will find key attractions such as the archaeological museum and the ancient theatre, along with the nearest beach just a short walk away. With an array of shops and restaurants at your doorstep, the Timoleon Hotel ensures a delightful and convenient stay.

Limenas, Thassos
A few steps around the hotel

The City of Thassos

Thassos Town, also known as Limenas, serves as the capital and primary town of Thassos Island. Nestled at the island’s northeast edge, approximately 31 km south of Kavala, the town’s alternative name “Harbour of Thasos” reflects its historical prominence as a harbour settlement.

Steeped in heritage, Thassos Town showcases a blend of modernity and tradition, offering visitors glimpses of ancient ruins, archaeological sites, and lively atmosphere adorned with local shops, charming cafes, and welcoming tavernas along its scenic waterfront.

Swim at the crystal waters

Beaches Nearby

Explore Thassos Island’s stunning beaches near Limenas, offering a range of experiences. The city beach by the old port, though small and busy in season, provides a nice sandy spot with natural shade. Just 2km east of the town, Makryammos Beach stands out with its organised amenities like a swimming pool, bar, and a clear turquoise water. Heading west from the town you’ll encounter Tarsanas Beach, a narrow stretch with fine sand and shallow waters. The island’s stunning beaches like Golden Beach, Makryammos and Paradise are known for their beauty and amenities, but Thassos also offers many secluded spots for ultimate privacy.

Discover the story of the island

The Ancient Thassos

Limenas, both the ancient and modern capital of Thassos, reveals its ancient heritage through scattered remnants across the town. Walking through its streets you will find glimpses of its historic past, such as the agora and sanctuaries dedicated to Herakles, Dionysus, Artemis, and Poseidon. Ascend to the acropolis for panoramic views and discover the ancient theatre, temples and the sanctuary of Pan.

Stroll around to see the remains of the city wall, built with Thassian marble, featuring gates that once allowed entry into the city enclosed within.

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Visit thassos-view.com for more information about the island.

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