Alexandroupolis, situated in the center of Evros region, developed in trade because of having a port and a crossroads of important routes, and at the same time important for tourism because of having all the glamour of Aegean Sea. This pretty city with a population less than 100.000, even if it’s small, with its modern face has all opportunities that can be covered by a metropolis.

City symbol The Lighthouse “Faros” has been welcoming new comers since 1880 at the square with the same age as itself. It is one of the longest lighthouses of Greek with its 27 m height and can be seen from 23 miles away. History-Culture Museum, Thrace Ethnography Museum and Natural History Museum are waiting for visitors who are interested in historical and cultural richness.

Alexandroupolis combines sea and mountain as it has a vivid coastline with sandy beaches and vibrant beach bars and traditional mountainous villages for quiet walks and relaxing time.
In the town there is also a very colorful nightlife. In addition to many café, bar, and night clubs, you can also enjoy the traditional Greek entertainment the famous“Bouzoukia” with live Greek music and dance till dawn.

Food and Drink

In all taverns and restaurants you can try Greek cuisine but the area is very known for the fish taverns that has.
In addition to city center’s numerous restaurants with various alternatives of cuisine, the fishing village Makri, which is 12 km from Alexandroupoli, is famous for fresh fish and other sea-food.


From Turkey it’s possible to reach Alexandroupoli in 3.5 hours, it’s just after 40 km from border with a total 304 km. travel time (can be extended during weekends because of the queues build-up at the border check).
There are daily flights from Athens to Alexandroupoli international airport


  •   36 Voulis str. 10557, Athens - Greece

  •    Tel: +30 213 0270100

  •    Mail: info(@)

  •    M.H.T.E: 0206E60000406601

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