Fanari

Fanari

The small seaside village and port of Fanari is the most famous resort of the region. Nevertheless, it is still developing tourism and not very crowded.

Fanari has a couple of small beaches within the village and one very long beach outside of it. The long beach is Blue Flag awarded and has some beach bars, showers, changing cabins and water sport facilities. The few taverns and cafes in Fanari are concentrated along the port. Accommodation is available in small hotels, rooms to rent and one campsite.

Around the village there are some protected lakes where you can see pink flamingo and other birds. The Monastery of Agios Nikolaos, which is very interesting to visit, is 10 km away from Fanari, although it belong to Xanthi region.

highlights: the most famous seaside resort of the region, village in Rhodopi Region, North Greece, Greece

Photos from Fanari
Taverna tables with sea viewView from Arogi beachThe path to the beachBeach view from the roadFishermen at one of the village piersFanariEmpty taverna tables at noonSeagulls at the beachAnchored boats in the village harborBoats and yachts anchored in the village harborInner village square with benches, trees and old lampsWalking paths between the harbor and the beachFisherman at the pier
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