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VISIT NIKITI!!

Nikiti puts visitors in a quandary at the very beginning of their visit: towards the mountain or to the sea? Happy memories await you whichever you choose. If you turn left at the crossroad on the main road coming from Thessaloniki, the winding roads will take you to a prehistoric settlement featuring preserved houses from […]

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RELAX ON THE “POSEIDON’S TRIDENT”!!

South of Thessaloniki in northern Greece, Halkidiki is home to some of the country’s best beaches. Take a trip here and you’ll also find rich produce, excellent local cuisine and a captivating history. Halkidiki is made up of three peninsulas that extend into the Aegean Sea. Said to be shaped like Poseidon’s trident, each is […]

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EXPLORE GERAKINI!!

With a sandy beach and a handful of typically Greek tavernas, holidays to Gerakini keep things pretty low-key. Thessaloniki’s only 45 minutes away if you fancy upping the tempo, though. Halkidiki beach resort You’ll find Gerakini nestled between Halkidiki’s Kassandra and Sithonia peninsulas, surrounded by pine-covered hills and olive groves. It’s a pocket-sized village, with […]

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THE CULINARY SIDE OF HALKIDIKI!!

Enjoy a marvelous day in the Halkidiki region’s middle peninsula, Sithonia, and journey through its majestic natural landscapes. Visit a winery for a delicious local wine and cheese tasting before a hands-on cooking class at an authentic Greek taverna Escape into the beautiful landscapes of Greece’s Halkidiki region, and start your day with a tour […]

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EXPLORE AMMOULIANI!!

Ammouliani is the only inhabited island of Central Macedonia with a permanent popoulation (600 inhabitants). It is located in the Gulf of Mount Athos and abstains 130km from Thessaloniki, linked by ferry boat to the opposite coast of Tripiti (Ammouliani- Tripiti 2 nautical miles). The ferry routes are regular and often during the day. Ammouliani […]

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WINE TOURISM IN HALKIDIKI!!

The Halkidiki region is south of Thessaloniki. It is the resort centre for all of Northern Greece and more. The Wine Route of Halkidiki runs through the Halkidiki vineyards, which produce the PDO Slopes of Meliton, PGI Halkidiki and PGI Sithonia wines and the PGI Mount Athos in the autonomous region of Mount Athos (Agio […]

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VISIT IERISSOS!!

The main town of the municipal district of Aristotelis and one of the largest market towns in Halkidiki, Ierissos stands on the site of ancient Akanthos, a colony of settlers from Andros, and was first inhabited in prehistoric times. Its modern name is derived from the Latin ericius. It was a member of the Athenian […]

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SIGHTSEEING IN HALKIDIKI!!

Endless coves, unique architectural sites, perfectly preserved Christian monument and a host of unexplored treasures all add their own rich touch to the unique canvas that is Halkidiki. Mount Athos There are twenty monasteries here, all unlike any anywhere else in the world. Seemingly untouched by time, they stand proudly on Mount Athos, one of […]

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VISIT SARTI!!

The Sarti ‘Blue Flag’ beach is a wide strip of white sand that stretches for 3 kilometres. This is the greatest treasure that Sarti has going for it. The water is shallow making it ideal for children, but still deep enough for swimming and watersports. The size of the beach ensures that it never fills […]

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EXPLORE PORTO KOUFO!!

Porto Koufo is a small, fishing place perfect for real relaxation and enjoying in peace. The place is only 2km away from the bigger place Toroni and has got the biggest natural harbour in Greece, as long as 1,5km. Porto Kuofo means “the deaf harbour” when translated because it is so well preserved that a […]

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