At the southeastern end of Thassos is Aliki, with two of the most popular and crowded, but also most beautiful beaches of the island.

In Aliki there are two bays, which are a natural anchorage for small fishing boats and tourist boats. You can combine the sea by canoeing and hiking on the path around Aliki, thus visiting the archaeological site available in the area.

The southern beach in Aliki is organized along its entire length and has sand inside and outside the shore. There are many taverns and ouzories for good food. It is buzzing with life, rhythm and visitors. On the other hand, the northern beach is not crowded and is organized in a single part of it. It has sand and pebbles at the entrance to the turquoise waters.

Our ships approach this beach when they carry out the “AROUND THE ISLAND” cruise as an extension and anchor there for about an hour and a half of swimming, and when they carry out the ”DAY CRUISES” as a fourth stop and anchor there for about 1 hour of swimming or visiting the beach.