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Ancient Greeks, Romans, Byzantines and Ottomans have all had a go at shaping Kavala, on the eastern Macedonian coast of northern Greece. Today it's a fascinating product of all of these and more, in addition to being one of the key jumping off points for the islands of the northern Aegean including Thasos. Expect ancient cobbled streets, hidden tavernas and a steep climb to the impressive hilltop fortress.