The seaside town of Potos on the southern coast of Thassos mixes old Greek charm with a bustling nightlife. During the summer months, the resort attracts a young and energetic crowd, and it's also popular with young families due to its excellent facilities.
The cobbled, narrow streets of the lively old fishing village of Potos are lined with shops, restaurants and bars. Evenings see the pedestrianised roads filled with visitors. You can lose yourself in one of the many souvenir shops selling local goods, people-watch as you sip on a cool drink or tuck into some delicious local cuisine at one of the many Greek tavernas.
On the bustling beach you'll find rows of sunloungers and umbrellas all catered for by the cafes lining the seafront, providing an endless supply of cold beverages and snacks. In the surrounding areas there are countless more strips of sand ensuring you find your own perfect patch along the golden coastline.
Potos is a lively place during the day but even more so once the sun has set. The resort enjoys a busy nightlife with the younger crowds spilling out of clubs and cocktail bars until the early hours. For a more authentically Greek evening, enjoy a leisurely dinner in one of the many family-run tavernas, sampling the delicious fresh cuisine and warm local hospitality.
For those that prefer exploring to relaxing on the beach you'll find a plethora of adventure activities in the area, from fishing to horse riding, hiking to learning to dive.