What else should I bring with me?
Definitely water. In the summer time you need at least 1,5lt and in the winter season 1lt. Having a snack with you is always a good idea. Although our guide usually cares some treats for you, you would better let us know of your preferences. Also, a waterproof windproof jacket is necessary most of the times.
I have a specific tour idea in mind, can you accommodate?
Of course! All tours on our menu are fully customizable. We can start a conversation and modify any tour to suit you. Contact us and let us know what you are looking for and we will do our best to make it happen!
How to travel to Xanthi?
Train – The train station of Xanthi is located at the end of Sidirodromikou Stathmou street. Regular routes are executed by OSE (Greek Railroad Organization) from both Athens and Thessaloniki to Xanthi. With the passing trains of the lines of Athens and Thessaloniki, Xanthi is connected with Alexandroupoli, Komotini, Drama, Serres and Kilkis. For more information, you can contact the train station or visit TRAINOSE online form.
Tel: 25410 2258, 14 511
Airplane – Xanthi is served by the Megas Alexandros airport, situated in Chrysoupoli, 35km to the Southwest of Xanthi. Planes, mostly touristic charters, fly all over Europe.
Tel: 25910 23601
Bus – KTEL buses are by far the most convenient way to travel around Greece, as well as for intra-regional travelling. There is frequent bus service from Athens Kifisos Station to Xanthi, as well as from Thessaloniki bus terminal ‘Macedonia’ to Xanthi. You can find more info about the routes at their website.
Tel: 25410 22684
Taxi – You can always use taxi for your transportation. There are several taxi ranks at central locations in Xanthi and you can also use the fleet of EuroTaxi Xanthi to any destination.
Tel: 25410 72801
Driving – In case you chose driving, Xanthi is 727 km from Athens, 219 km from Thessaloniki, 55 km from Kavala, 122 km from Alexandroupolis and 57 km from Komotini.
ELPA service, Tel: 104
EXPRESS SERVICE, Tel: 154
HELLAS SERVICE, Tel: 157
What kind of rider do I need to be?
We have rides for all levels of ability and fitness. Bear in mind that our trails here are mostly single-track! Expect it to be different and you’ll have a great time.
What level should I be in?
Please refer to our fitness rating page to find out which level is right for you.
What bike should I bring?
The perfect bike for the area is a 120-160mm (5-6inch) all-mountain dual suspension with disk brakes. But there are also trails and tours that a hard-tail should be enjoyable. All participants are required to have their bikes in excellent condition before the trip begins. We will send you a detailed list of required equipment and clothing before departure.