The tour starts during the Neolithic period with the income from the place of Dikili Tash. The largest section of the museum is dedicated to the existing exhibition entitled “Naples – Christopolis – Kavala”, the theme of which is the diachronic presence of the city through its monuments.
An important position in the museum is taken by the shrines to the goddess Parthenos, the patron saint of Naples, and its shrine, the beautiful building of the ancient city we know. This was a great Ionian temple from the beginning of the 5th century BC. Н. E., Lined with white marble from Thassos. In the museum you will see architectural parts of a temple, more precisely two columns of their impressive height, which is impressive! Other finds include sculptures, coins, and a large collection of vases and figurines, which were usually consecrated by the faithful to the goddess, as well as a miniature marble temple, all dedicated to the shrine of the Parthenon, which may represent a goddess.
Address 17 Erythrou Stavrou 65403, Kavala
Phone +30 2510 222335
Daily (excluding Monday): 08:00 – 15:00
All week until the end of August: 08:00 – 18:00
4.00 euros (from 1/4 to 30/10)
2.00 euros (from 1/11 to 31/3)
2.00 euros (from 1/4 to 30/10)
1.00 euro (from 1/11 to 31/3)
Students and pupils from EC, unemployed and people with insults