Thrace's largest town and the axis of local travel in four directions, Alexandroupolis is a crossroad of nations, cultures and beauty and a land to be explored. Its privileged geographical location joins the modern West with the more traditional East.
Dadia forest is about 67 km north of Alexandroupoli. The forest is one of the most important habitats in Greece.
Near the beach, the visitor may find Ancient Mesimvria with the amazing sea waters under the archaeological area. Swimming is prohibited as half of the ancient city finds itself under the sea, as a sort of underwater archaeological park.
A remote, spotless sandy beach, known only to connoisseurs. Ideal for fishing and rifle-harpooning.
The coast of the Greek National Tourist Organization (GNTO), rewarded with a blue flag, is the nearest to the city. An organized beach with shallow waters, it is ideal for children.
Kokkina Vrachia beach is located on the shoreline of Evros and surrounded by the waters of the northern Aegean, just outside Alexandroupolis, in the west. These small picturesque coves are crowded during the summer months.
Endless olive groves reaching out to the sea with deep spotless waters.Fish-taverns and ouzo selling restaurants answer to each tasty challenge and offer enchanting view to Samothrace, the island of Evros.
The beach of Agia Paraskevi is located 14 kilometers west of the capital city of Evros, near the seaside resort of Makri. The beach of Agia Paraskevi has a plethora of cafes and restaurants, attracting crowds from the capital, who prefer it for its clear blue waters.