N. Epivates is situated to the west of Perea and along the beach. During the Ottoman occupation it was a Turkish estate that was known as “Baxe Tsifliki”, which is the name the town is still known by (The late singer – songwriter Tsitsanis who lived in the region
composed a song about it).It is a village with lush and incredible natural beauty that has been constructed in an amphitheatre style from the hills down to the beach. A characteristic feature is the beach (Blue flag and lifeguard cover) with its crystal clear waters. It is shaded by plane trees along almost its entire length with taverns, beach bars and coffee lounges dispersed along the beach.
The 900 metres long sandy “Baxe” Beach (as it was formerly known) is the number one choice with young people. Huge trees cast their shade and coolness on the sands along the entire beach. It has been awarded with a blue flag and provides lifeguard coverage
throughout the summer. This Beach combines the picture of a fishing village with intense and modern summer entertainment that starts in the morning at the dozens of beach bars that line the entire beach until late at night. A visitor can enjoy fresh fish (from local fishermen), local delicacies and select tsipouro and locally produced wine at the small taverns that are strewn along the beach.
Hotels of all categories as well as dozens of rental rooms with all the comforts cover tourist accommodation.
- AddressThermaikos Municipality
- LocationNeoi Epivates
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