I knew that Greece is full of beautiful places, but I didn’t think that this city would impress me so much. We came back for almost a month from our vacation, but I’mĀ  still dreaming about this beautiful Greek place. Really, I would love to come back in Kavala.

I’ve been very busy lately and that’s why I didn’t have time to write some travel impressions. However, I liked Kavala so much that can’t go unnoticed on my blog. So, I sincerely recommend you to visit this city, especially if you don’t want to venture to the remote islands of Greece. We did about 8 hours by car, but we also had a a few stop, considering that we traveled with our 1 year and 7 months baby.

When we finally entered the city, I have been impressed by the buildings with Mediterranean air. Palm trees and tall blocks with green terracesĀ  immediately caught my eyes. The apartment we stayed in, offered us the first beautiful surprise. We had a huge terrace overlooking the sea, so it was a big joy to wake up every morning with such a view.

Speaking about views, well Kavala offers beautiful sights from almost any direction. The next surprise was to discover that we are quite close to the center. We took a walk and we arrived at the port. The port is very beautiful and again, it offers some absolutely wonderful views. From here we saw the colorful buildings from the sea and the fortress.

We went up to the Kavala castle and after a pretty tough road we were rewarded with this image. It was worth it, wasn’t it?

As you can see this postcards speak better than words and maybe they will convince you to come here and see for yourself, it is an impressive city. I really wanted to visit the old town, but we didn’t go there anymore. I’m sure that is special place too, so a good reason to come back and discover also this area of Kavala. Maybe next year, when Vlad will be older, we will return to discover the streets from the old center.

Well, bye-bye for now dear Kavala, I hope to see you soon!



Am fost foarte ocupata in ultima vreme si de asta n-am apucat sa va scriu cateva impresii de calatorie. Insa, mi-a placut atat de mult in Kavala, incat am zis ca nu poate sa treaca neobservat pe blogul meu. Va recomand asadar, sincer, sa vizitati acest orasel, mai ales daca nu vreti sa va aventurati pe insulele indepartate ale Greciei. Noi am facut aproximativ 8 ore cu masina, dar am avut si opriri dese, tinand cont ca am calatorit cu bebe Vlad, in varsta de 1 an si 7 luni.

De cand am intrat in oras, am ramas impresionata de cladirile cu aer mediteranean. Mi-au atras atentia imediat blocurile inalte, cu terase verzi. Aproape de oriunde te-ai uita marea se impleteste cu muntele si privelistea este absolut de vis. Apartamentul in care ne-am cazat ne-a oferit insa prima, cea mai frumoasa surpriza. Am avut parte de o terasa imensa, cu vedere la mare, asadar o bucurie sa ma trezesc in fiecare dimineata cu asa view.

Urmatoarea surpriza a fost sa descoperim ca suntem destul de aproape de centru. Am plecat in recunoastere si am ajuns in port. Portul este foarte frumos si din nou, ofera cateva cadre absolut minunate – vedere catre plaja, dar si inspre cetate si cladirile colorate de deasupra marii.

Am urcat la castel si dupa un drum destul de obositor am fost rasplatiti cu aceasta imagine. A meritat, nu-i asa?

Dupa cum se vede, imaginile spun mai mult decat cuvintele si poate va vor indemna sa ajungeti aici si sa va convingeti de frumusetea locului. Eu mi-am dorit mult sa vizitam si orasul vechi, insa nu am mai apucat. Sunt sigura ca este deosebit, asadar este un motiv bun sa revenim pentru a descoperi si aceasta zona din Kavala. Poate la anul, cand Vladut va fi mai mare, ne vom intoarce sa vedem si casutele din centrul vechi.

Asadar, pe curand, draga Kavala!