Attractions in Halkidiki

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Afytos

Afytos

Afytos or Athytos boasts a unique location in the Kassandra peninsula, as it is buit on an imposing, yet spectacular rock. The main characteristics of the...

Kallithea

Kallithea

Among the most famous areas in the peninsula of Kassandra, mainly for its vibrant nightlife, Kallithea is situated almost in the middle of the eastern coast...

Petralona Chalkidikis

Petralona Cave

300 metres above sea level at the area of Petralona, north of Nea Kallikratia and within 35 kilometres from the international airport of Thessaloniki, a true...

Neos Marmaras

Neos Marmaras

The most cosmopolitan town in the peninsula of Sithonia is Neos Marmaras, situated in the middle of the western part of the second "leg" of Halkidiki. Full...

Agion Oros

Mount Athos

The Athos peninsula, the third and easternmost “leg” of Halkidiki, is widely known for the autonomous monastic community of Mount Athos, also commonly...

Ouranoupoli

Ouranoupoli

The main gateway to the peninsula of Athos, the third "leg" of Halkidiki, is Ouranoupoli. The town, which was founded by Greek refugees from Asia Minor in...

Pyrgadikia

Pyrgadikia

Amphitheatrically built on a hillside at the northern coast of the Sithonia peninsula, Pyrgadikia is a picture-postcard fishing village, where all of its...

Nea Moudania

Nea Potidaia

Nea Potidaia at the entrance of the Kassandra peninsula was founded in 1922 by Greek refugees from Asia Minor, while in ancient times it was known as the...

Stageira

Stageira

Stageira, the birthplace of the great Greek philosopher Aristotle, is a mountainous village within 8 kilometres from the seaside on the main road of...

Ouranoupoli

Athos peninsula

The third "leg" in the easternmost part of Halkidiki is the peninsula of Athos. Its land hosts the famous autonomous monastic community of Mount Athos (Holy...

Ammouliani

Ammouliani

In the bay of Mount Athos, very close to the monastic community, emerges the small island of Ammouliani, which is accessible from the port of Trypiti at the...

Nikiti

Nikiti

The popular tourist destination of Nikiti is located at the peninsula of Sithonia, the second "leg" of Halkidiki. The village lies at the entrance of the...

Nea Moudania

Nea Moudania

Together with Mihaniona, it is one of the biggest fishing centres in Northern Greece. Nea Moudania (or Moudania) is situated 54 kilometres off Thessaloniki...

Sani

Sani

Sani is a luxury seaside resort at the western part of the Kassandra peninsula, located on the geographical site of ancient Sani, a member of the Delian...

Pefkohori

Pefkohori

Pefkohori (Pine Village) at the peninsula of Kassandra is literally one of the "greenest" villages in Halkidiki with cobbled squares, wide pedestrianised...

Archaia Toroni

Ancient Toroni

In the southwest part of the Sithonia peninsula lies Toroni, with its harbour located east of Cape Lecythus, which stands at 13 metres above sea level, and...

Nea Skioni

Nea Fokaia

At the beginning of the eastern part of the Kassandra peninsula, after Nea Potidaia, Nea Fokaia features a picturesque little harbour with taverns and cafes...

Neos Marmaras

Parthenonas

The traditional settlement of Parthenonas is built at 350 metres from sea level on the slopes of Mount Itamos in the peninsula of Sithonia, 5 kilometres away...

Nikiti

Sithonia peninsula

Sithonia is the second "leg" of Halkidiki, between the peninsula of Kassandra and Mount Athos. The peninsula is surrounded by the Toroneos Gulf to the east...

Kallithea

Kassandra peninsula

The first "leg" of Halkidiki is widely known as the peninsula of Kassandra. This blessed land for the local population -as you will also discover during your...