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ALEXANDROUPOLIS, DELFINI, EVROS, THRACE

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Activities: Kitesurf, SUP
Popularity: Low
Style: Freeride, Wave
Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Good, Specialist

The sandy beach is in continuation with the beach of EOT. It is located close to the centre of Alexandroupolis Town, right next to the public camping.



Best Months:
Medium Months:
Wind Type:
Best Direction: S
Main Direction:
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Wind Factor:
Main Wind Direction: Onshore, Offshore
Blowing at:
Wave Tack:

With northern wind offshore, flat or choppy water. With southern wind onshore, wavy conditions.


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Type: Flat, Chop, Small Wave (< 1m)
Quality: Crystal Clear
Depth: Average (deepens gently and incrementally)
Seabed:
Attention:

Crystal clear blue water. The beach is awarded with blue flag and that’s why too many people prefer this beach.

Type: Sand
Size: Medium
Bathers Period: May, June, July, August, September
Bathers:
Shade: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
Attention:

The wide coast is sandy with blond, fine sand. The beach is ideal for kids and adults.

GPS Google Maps: 40.847567, 25.844715

Access to Delfini: The spot is after the beach of EOT and it can be reached easily and quickly, as it is considered to be in the limits of Alexandroupolis, 3 km to the west.


Access to Alexandroupolis:

Arrival by Car, Moto, Caravan: To reach Alexandroupoli by car from Thessaloniki (301 km) take the Egnatia Motorway (Egnatia Odos). The Egnatia Motorway crosses Greece from its westernmost edge -Italy (Igoumenitsa)- to its easternmost borders with Turkey (Kipi, Evros). It is a modern motorway of international standards, equipped with devices and safety systems that aim at protecting and helping the motorists.

The distance from Athens to Alexandroupolis is in total 800 km.

Arrival by Airplane: From Athens to Alexandroupolis International Airport Democritus (AXD). The airport is located 7 km east of the city) the connection is daily and several times per day throughout the year. The airport is connected to the city of Alexandroupoli by urban bus.

Also, from Athens to Kavala International Airport Megas Alexandros – KVA (also called: Chrysoupoli Airport). We would not suggest this option, as it is difficult to arrive to Alexandoupoli from the Kavala International Airport! At the airport of Kavala there is only the possibility of taxi transfer. Otherwise you can take a taxi to Chrysoupolis and then by bus to Kavala or by taxi to Xanthi and then by train to Alexandroupolis - Didimoticho.

From Thessaloniki International Airport Makedonia (SKG). The airport is connected by bus to the city centre of Thessaloniki, the Railway Station (OSE) and the Bus Station (KTEL Makedonia). Busses are operated by OASTH.

Arrival by Train: Train travel is not so much in fashion anymore due to the complexity of the journey through the Balkans. Rail services link Thessaloniki with, Athens, Thrace and Patra. The line through what was once Yugoslavia provides connections with Central and Western Europe. The line through Bulgaria connects to Eastern Europe and the line through Istanbul, Turkey with the countries of the Near East.

If you choose to come to Alexandroupolis by train, there are several frequent transports (6 routes per day) from Athens - Thessaloniki to Drama and Alexandroupolis (Didymoticho). Kavala is served by rail from the Drama Railway Station.

Arrival by Bus: From Athens there is a direct connection to Kavala three times a day, to Drama twice daily and to Alexandroupolis once a day.

Even more routes between Athens and Thessaloniki; Specifically, from Kifissos there are 13 daily routes for Thessaloniki, from Omonoia 6 times a day and from Piraeus 2 times a day.

From Thessaloniki there is an almost hourly connection with Kavala, Drama and Alexandroupolis. Finally, the local connection between Kavala and Drama and Alexandroupolis - Didymoteicho is very frequent.

Also, there are daily regional connections between Xanthi, Komotini, Alexandroupoli, Orestiada, Didymoticho and other smaller towns.

Arrival by Ferry/Boat: There is a connection between Kavala and the islands of the Eastern Aegean (Lemnos, Lesvos, Chios, Samos, Ai Stratis).


Access from Turkey: You can arrive by airplane to Istanbul Atatürk Airport (IST) and then by bus to Komotini. There are daily busses from Istanbul (Büyük İstanbul Otogarı), Tekirdağ and Keşan to Alexandroupoli (VISA to enter Turkey might be needed).


Access from Bulgaria: There are daily direct busses from Plovdiv, Haskovo, Harmanli and Svilengrad to Alexandroupolis. Additionally, you can arrive to Thessaloniki from Sofija, Plovdiv (and some other bulgarian cities) and then take the bus or train to Alexandroupoli.



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  • Storage Storage

  • Repair Repair

  • Washing Washing

  • Equipment Store Equipment Store

  • Events Events

  • Parking Parking
    May park on the beach
  • Toilet Toilet

  • Beach facilities Beach facilities
    Umbrellas & Sunbeds

  • Food Food
    Beach bars

  • Market Market
    Supermarkets, Bakeries, Fruit, Fish, Meat Market & Grocery stores in the area

  • Acommodations Acommodations
    Many hotels overlooking the sea

  • Camping Camping
    Open all year

  • Nightlife Nightlife

  • Medical Center Medical Center
    Hospital in Alexandroupolis Town





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