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Nautical Club Of Thessaloniki, Makedonia Thraki, Greece

Thessaloniki Marina is a large port situated in the city of Kalamaria in the Macedonia and Thrace County with instant access to the Aegean Sea. Also known as the cultural capital of Greece, the city is visited for its festivals, events and vibrant cultural life, among which the Thessaloniki International Trade Fair and the Thessaloniki International Film Festival held here annually. In the city centre, you can admire the Roman Agora, which is an old theatre and the Palace of Galerius, which is still open for visitation. Enjoy the seaside views and enormous terraces in one of these excellent hotels: Oceanis, Metropolitan, Queen Olga Hotel and Diakonia. If you are seeking a place to enjoy the excellent traditional Greek cuisine, we recommend these quality venues: Nea Diagonios, Firenze, To Manitari, Anemos Fish Tavern-Ouzeri and Mavri Thalassa. Take advantage of a special vacation with your family and friends and relax on the sandy beaches or swim in the shallow waters of Thessaloniki marina.

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Attractions in Makedonia Thraki

Thrive in the silky warm, inviting waters of the Aegean Sea, washing upon one of the 13th splendid regions of Greece, East Macedonia and Thrace. It is consisting of the northeastern parts of the country, comprising the eastern part of the region of Greek Macedonia along with the region of Thrace, and the islands of Thasos and Samothrace.

Thasos or Thassos is the northernmost Greek island, and 12th largest by area, blooming with its mountainous terrain, rising gradually from coast to centre, towards its highest peak Ypsario( Ipsario) at 1,205 metres. The town of Thasos, an important part of the isle, is also known as Limenas Thasou, "Harbour of Thasos", in an effort to distinguish the town from the island on which it is situated. The current town was built west from the ancient town. In and around Thasos, there are many ruins dating from antiquity, most of the finds from archeological sites being on display at the Archaeological Museum of Thasos.
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