Built in 1817 for Mohamed Ali Pacha the founder of modern Egypt, this jewel of the Orient displays its charms in the small Greek town of Kavala on the shores of the Aegean Sea. A masterpiece of Ottoman architecture with its pale pink facades, its marble columns, its bronze statues and its colored glass cupola. Your agenda in this palace of a thousand and one nights, candlelit dinners with views of the port of Kavala, oil and herb massages in the spa decorated with Egyptian mosaics, a visit to the ancient town of Philippi, a trip to Mount Athos and the route of Alexander the Great and gourmet Mediterranean-inspired cuisine.