This is the most important path of Kavala, not only because of its aesthetic value, but mainly for the special historical and cultural value it has.
The route starts from the church of Saint Constantine, at the end of 13th September Street. It is divided into two sections. The first half, with a length of 5 km, begins at Kavala and goes as far as the “Mother of the Water”, at the spot known as the “Three Karagatsia” (Three Elms). The second half, with a length of 5.5 km, continues as far as the village of Palia Kavala.
The first section takes the path that was also followed by the water, to supply the town during the Turkish occupation. The route passes via five stone bridges and winds up in the old covered ditch, through which the water flowed in order to reach the impressive aqueduct, now known as the Kamares (Arches) in Kavala.