The northernmost municipality of mainland Greece occupies the coastal area north of the old estuary of the river Kalamas up to the Greek-Albanian border. Its fish are famous, while fish farming is known to grow for sea bream and sea bass. No one has to go through the area without trying cephalopods on charcoal and shrimp in the taverns at Skaloma, the beach of Sagiada where you can also enjoy one of the finest sunsets in Greece. Today, the cross-border network infrastructure projects (Border Crossing Point, Mavromatian Customs and Improvement of Sagiada Harbor) make Sagiada an important gateway to the development of relations with neighboring Albania. The development of spa baths is also fast developing.