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The natural beauty, the historical and archaeological wealth, the ruins of the Byzantine walls and the Neolithic settlement as well as the best varieties of grapes that thrive in this region confirm the fact that somewhere here, in the villages of Podohori, Kokkinohori, Akropotamos, Galepso, Orphani, Kariani and Ophrynio the god Dionysus must have lived.

Moreover, the beaches of Ophrynio, Orphani, Kariani and Akropotamos are exceptionally beautiful and each summer are filled with bathers and visitors.

Distance from Kavala: 58 km

If you are in the region don’t miss the opportunity to visit the local wineries: the Biblia Chora Estate at Kokkinohori, the Chatzigeorgiou and Protopapas Estates at Kariani! You will be impressed!

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