With 27 centuries of history, this port city draws from deep roots. Long a center of the tobacco industry, Kavala now earns much of its income from tourism. Nearly 65 km (40 miles) of pristine sandy beaches stretch east and west of the peninsular Old Town, which hosts an impressive collection of Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman remains.
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