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Aeropuertos cercanos a TASOS a una distancia máxima de 250 Km del centro de TASOS
KVA - Megas Alexandros 24.95 Km del centro de TASOS - Aeropuerto internacional
LXS - Limnos International Airport 98.63 Km del centro de TASOS - Aeropuerto internacional
AXD - Dimokritos 110.50 Km del centro de TASOS - Aeropuerto internacional
SKG - Thessaloniki International Airport 143.68 Km del centro de TASOS - Aeropuerto internacional
PDV - Plovdiv International Airport 153.67 Km del centro de TASOS - Aeropuerto internacional
SKU - Skiros 192.81 Km del centro de TASOS - Aeropuerto internacional
JSI - Skiathos 195.54 Km del centro de TASOS - Aeropuerto Regional
KZI - Philippos-Kozani National 242.51 Km del centro de TASOS - Aeropuerto Regional
SOF - Sofia Airport 245.10 Km del centro de TASOS - Aeropuerto internacional

Información general sobre TASOS
Thasos or Thassos is a Greek island in the northern Aegean Sea, close to the coast of Thrace and the plain of the river Nestos but geographically part of Macedonia. It is the northernmost Greek island, and 12th largest by area. Thasos is also the name of the largest town of the island (also known as Limenas Thasou, "Harbour of Thasos"), situated at the northern side, opposite the mainland and about 10 kilometres (6 mi) from Keramoti.
Fuente: wikipedia
Thasos. Verdurous. Deep blue. Scenic and unpredictable. Thassos Island long-suffering and glorified. Thasos Island which gave birth to sculptures, painters, thassosrhetoricians and famous athletes, but mostly to simple men of the sea and earth, men who suffered and fought for their land. Rich forests of Thassian pines, black pines and Macedonian pines cover the entire island. Scenic small villages are revealed among the forests or nearby the seaside. Feast of colors and sceneries vary from the green-blue of the sea, to the white of the houses and marbles, or the green of the pines. Lacy seashores, rough rocks, unsighted caves and natural ponds offer the chance for thrilling experiences. Herodotus refers the occurrence of "intrinsic" gold, even if this has not been verified until today. However, the small paradise that you can discover in Thassos, reminds you that there are things in life much more valuable than the entire gold of the world.

Small beach near Skala Panagias
Skala Prinos,with lots of pines, lying at a several kilometres length. This wonderful beach is ideal for swimming, clean and sandy. In 2004 it has became a Blue Flag beach.
Pachis, with clear water and a lot of visitors
Rachoni,long beach with a forest
Glyadi, with golden sand and shallow sea
Skala Potamia and Golden Beach, one of the most clean beaches on the island. Also has a camping site, lots of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs.
Giola is a natural swimming pool with crystal clear turquoise waters! Giola is located in the village of Astris, a few kilometers from Limenaria and Potos, on the south side of the island.
Saliara, with white sand (also known as Marble beach).
Paradise, Paradise Beach is approximately 23 km from Thassos town via the coastal road that circles the Island. Although not signposted itself there is a signpost for the “Paradise Bar on the Beach” which is visible from the anticlockwise direction (keep an eye in the rear view mirror if travelling clockwise). There is space for a few cars by the main road (5-10mins walk).
Metalia Beach Thassos: Metalia beach is situated on the foot of a villa at Limenaria. It is a fine sandy beach ideal for children and lies 39 km south west of Limenas, the capital of Thassos.
Fuente: wikipedia
Thassos Island is a gastronomic paradise by offering fine choices will lead you to unprecedented ways of tasting. Being an island one would expect to stand out only for the ouzo delis but Thassos will also satisfy the most demanding visitor not only with its seafood menu but also with its meat dishes. For those who love seafood we suggest you try octopus meatballs, grilled octopus or sun-dried, select varieties of fresh fish and taste grilled shrimps or even lobster… If you are meat eaters, Thassos will reward you with excellent local meat and the goat, lamb and kokoretsi will remain unforgettable.

Thassos is famous for its syrup-submerged fruits and nuts known as, spoon sweets (preserves) that are made from the local honey and this is the reason of their great taste. You should definitely try green walnut spoon sweet (karydaki), fig (syko), rose petal (triantafyllo) and zucchini (kolokythi) that are made with particular care and love by local producers. The honey of Thassos has a particular flavor, distinguished in pine honey and flower honey and it can be combined with walnuts, a classic treat of the adorable grandmothers of Thassos. If leaving the island without having tasted saragli of Thassos, you will have denied a unique culinary delight!!
Fuente: e-thasos
Thassos is a Greek Island located in the North Aegean Sea and is probably the furthest north as far as Greek holiday destinations go. Due to its position in the North East of Greece, it experiences a climate much cooler than the other more popular Greek Islands such as Mykonos, Ios and Santorini. The summer months from June to August see average temperatures ranging from 24.5 in June, 27 ºC in July and 26.5 in August, cooling back down to 25 ºC by September.

Thassos, it is argued, has much more to offer than just beaches, sunsets and parties. It is a ‘geographical gem’ as far as landscapes goes. The beaches, as well as being equipped with white sand and crystal clear water, are lined by greenery and large trees which grow right to the edge of the beach. If holidaying in Thassos it is best to split time up between the picturesque mountain villages and the relaxed waterfront resorts.
Thassos is largely unaffected by the masses of tourism that have slightly ruined the authenticity of other Greek Islands. When holidaying in Thassos you will quickly fall in to the delightfully relaxed slow pace of the locals. While Thassos is growing in popularity, your experience will be inclusive of a more traditional Greek atmosphere and culture than if you are to holiday in the more popular regions of Greece.

Thassos is sheltered by mainland Greece from the prevailing winds that affect other Greek Islands, so this means that when the temperatures rise so too can the level of discomfort as the days' heat is not broken up by a cooling wind. Thassos, however, does not reach the scorching temperature highs that the other islands do- so temperature discomfort is minimal.

The summer months from June to August see average temperatures ranging from 24.5 in June, 27 ºC in July and 26.5 in August, cooling back down to 25 ºC by September.
During this time the average sea temperature hovers around the mid 20’s, which makes for a very enjoyable swimming experience! On the whole, Thassos holidays offer excellent conditions for swimming and watersports.
Summers in Thassos have a tendency to be quite humid, this is not helped by the lack of prevailing winds. July and August see average maximums of 28 ºC with rainfall at a minimum.

Winters in Thassos are moderate, and were once described in the scripts of Hippocrates when he wrote ‘Generally winter resembles spring’ in Thassos. Though the temperature does cool down to an average of 5 to 6 ºC come winter time, the sun continues to shine and the weather stays pleasant and enjoyable.

The winter afternoons are often visited by heavy downpours, these are usually short-lived and the sky soon returns to its clear and crisp norm. Throughout the winter months air temperatures will reach about 12 to 13 ºC during the day and the island will enjoy around 4 hours of sunshine. Outside the colder months and particularly during September to November, Thassos weather is perfect for both sunbathing and outdoor activities.
The Spring months are generally considered the ideal time to visit Thassos. During this period the island enjoys warm sunshine, little prolonged rainfall. There is also unique luscious and green vegetation. September sees an average maximum of 24 ºC and an average minimum of 14 ºC before falling to an average maximum of 14 ºC and a minimum of 6 ºC by November.
Fuente: holiday-weather


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