Nea Peramos Vacations
The national capital Athens is situated 200 miles (322 kilometers) south of Nea Peramos.
Savvy travelers often use Nea Peramos as a jumping off point for further adventures. This much-loved region has a wealth of fascinating attractions. Thasos and Keramoti are two other places worth seeing while you're in Eastern Macedonia and Thrace.
Approximately 9 miles (14 kilometers) to the northeast of Nea Peramos is Kavala, a regional center where you go see Krinides Mud Baths, Philippi Archaeological Museum and Ancient Theater of Philippi. Philippi Archaeological Site, Baptistery of St. Lydia and Archeological Museum of Kavala are some of the other attractions in Kavala that should be on every visitor's itinerary.
Travelers to Eastern Macedonia and Thrace should head to the area's lighthouses and open-air exhibits. The most rewarding places for tourists to visit when they first arrive in a new destination are the ones that provide a window into the culture. Make a trip to Eastern Macedonia and Thrace's theaters and history museums.
Finding one of the winery tours, wildlife spotting tours and guided nature walks is a good way to understand about Eastern Macedonia and Thrace. If you believe the ideal vacation is challenging your abilities in wild places, then why not join one of the hiking or four-wheel driving trips this region has to offer.
As you conclude your vacation, pack your suitcase and wish Nea Peramos "Yiá sou" (farewell).