Travel info

Travel tips

The main taxi station is situated in the central square of Skala Potamias resort. With prior notice we will arrange for you to be picked up from any location.
The Bus Company operates daily bus routes around the Island. The bus stop is located just outside the Main entrance of the Hotel on the main road. Tickets can be purchased from the kiosk next to the bus stop, where you will also find the timetables and routes. And for those that want to feel more independent, we can always assist you to rent a car or a quad bike to freely experience the Island.

Banks in Thasos Town (Limenas ) are open from 08:00 - 14:30 from Monday to Thursday and 08:00 - 14:00 on Friday.
An ATM machine is available in Skala Potamias resort, about 500m away from the hotel.
Visa, Master and American Express card, as well as debit cards from internationally recognized financial networks, are widely accepted.

The currency in Greece is Euro (EUR).
Notes in circulation are 5 Euro, 10 Euro, 20 Euro, 50 Euro, 100 Euro, 200 Euro, and 500 Euro bills.
Coins come in denominations of 1 Euro and 2 Euro, and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, and 50 cents.
You can easily change money in all the Banks, as well as car rental places around the island.

Postal services
Our national postal services is called “ELTA” and is recognizable by its blue and yellow colors. A post box is located just outside the hotel

Electrical Appliances
The electricity supply in Greece is 220-250 volt, 50-cycle alternating current. Adaptors can be purchased locally and are also available at the reception.

Tap water is drinkable in the whole of the island. As it is high on minerals and can cause upset stomach to those that are not used to it, it is suggested that you should prefer bottle water.

Since it is located in the northern part of Greece, Thasos enjoys a cooler climate than most of the other islands. Winter is humid with low temperatures and very usually snow. The temperature starts rising from April and Spring is mild and sunny. Summer is hot and dry, but temperatures do not rise as high as in the Cyclades, Rhodes or Crete.
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