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 peninsula, close to the archaeological site of ancient Galepsos, which played a central role in the Peloponnesian War.

On the one hand, the pedestrianised sea front is full of restaurants, taverns and cafes, while on the other hand, the fully equipped sandy beach of Nikiti boasts beach bars to suit all tastes.

A point of reference in the area is the Old Village with its cobbled alleys, the stone cottages built according to the typical architectural style of Macedonia (many of which have been fully renovated), the picturesque main square with its stone fountains and imposing planes, the church of Agios Nikitas built in 1867 and the old school dating back to the 19th century.