Salonikiou Beach

Beautiful Chalkidiki… you have definitely dreamt about it!

Chalkidiki

Located in Central Macedonia, is well known for its breath-taking landscapes and its large and beautiful beaches running down to crystal clear blue seas. The birth place of Aristotle, the father of science and teacher of Alexander the Great!

The enchanting peninsula of Chalkidiki, reminiscent of Poseidon’s trident, is located south of Thessaloniki and consists of three smaller peninsulas; Kassandra, Sithonia and Athos. The capital of Chalkidiki, Poligiros, can be reached by road, while the nearest airport is the “Thessaloniki International Airport – Macedonia”.

Area

Metagitsi village is only 4 Km away, with the well-known Greek taverns. As well as the traditional fish village of Pirgadikia with the boat marine, surrounded with taverns where they always offer fresh fish and plenty of ouzo! Aghios Nikolaos is just few minutes drive, with the beautiful square in the middle of the village where guests can enjoy different tastes. Healt Center, Pharmacy and Police Department are located there.

Nikiti is a cosmopolitan place with the shopping and souvenir stores just 12 Km away.

And few of the most beautiful beaches of Chalkidiki can be found in Vourvourou.

Sightseeing's

The Ancient Olynthos. Important political and military center of Northern Greece, a city with the most extended road system with parallel and vertical avenues!

The Mount Athos. One of the most important sites for the Orthodox faith! 20 monasteries lie there making the peninsula of Athos unique to all over the world!

Akantos Archeological place. The ruins which are visible today, are mostly parts of the city’s fortification, public buildings, houses and the foundation of a temple, probably Athena’s temple.

The Petralona Cave. Jeweled with stalagmites and stalactites, which became internationally known when the fossilized skull of Petralona man was found, Petralona Archanthropus (i.e. an archaic Homo sapiens), a man who lived 700,000 years ago, which is the oldest known Europeoid man!

And so many more to see: castles, museums, traditional villages…

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