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The Weather in Kavala
This is the climate diagram for Kavala. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 2° in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is August.
Discover the place where east meets west, with Kavala holiday cottages
Eastern and western cultures mingle in Kavala, Greece. Holiday cottages snuggle among Ottoman treasures within Byzantine walls. Known as 'the blue city', Kavala boasts a harbour gleaming with sapphire water, which has always imbued the city with richness.
Raki, ouzo, mackerel, fresh mussels, and grilled squid – the flavours of Kavala are potent and as diverse as the town's former sea trade. Soak up the atmosphere along with the locals in the old shipyard's bars, or the restaurants tucked away in the Old Town.
Classic orders are gouna (sun dried, grilled mackerel), herring, anchovies wrapped in grape leaves, and stuffed aubergine. Try the kourabiedes, but beware, these sugar-coated almond biscuits are highly addictive.
Islamic monuments and atmospheric streets
Visit Mohammed Ali Square, named after an Ottoman-period leader. Overlooked by the Church of the Virgin Mary and Hussein Bey Mosque, the square is dominated by an impressive statue of Ali.
The history of the city's tobacco, detailed at the Tobacco Museum of Kavala, is fascinating. You'll see a number of vast warehouses dedicated to the trade, recalling Kavala's industrial heydey.
Voyages of discovery
Kavala's Old Town boasts a castle, acropolis, and historic lighthouse overlooking the Aegean Sea. The aqueduct has stood in Kavala since Suleiman the Magnificent became sultan in 1520, and it remains as impressive as ever. Don't miss the Agios Nikolaos quarter and its memorial to St. Paul.
At the Maritime Museum of Kavala, immerse yourself in the fascinating history of the 'blue city'. Sea routes from Asia, southern Greece, and the Aegean passed through Kavala in ancient times, creating a conflux of cultures that shaped the town. The museum's exotic artefacts, brought by sea from around the world, tell uncountable stories.
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