… and “write” the pages of your vacation experiences on the golden sand & the wash of the blue
The most unforgettable sunny days ahead of you here! Sithonia invites you to discover its beauties. It is a place with its own personality and vivid vibes. Follow its idyllic routes through pine-covered areas, with the sunset in the background. Wander by the sea in picturesque fishing villages near the largest natural port of Greece, Porto Koufo. Try gastronomic temptations, and quench your thirst with wonderful cocktails in more alternative beach bars.
You will find it on the second leg of Halkidiki, about seven km from Nikiti. There you will be greeted by a charming view from the golden sand and clear waters while a rich forest area descends to the coast. In the middle of the bay, at about 200 meters, you will see an island that you can visit even while swimming.
Here awaits you wild beauty and imposing rocky terrain, with mysterious caves and turquoise waters. The uninhabited Kelifos or “Turtle” island, as you will often hear the locals call it, stretches somewhere between the peninsula of Kassandra and Sithonia, facing Neos Marmaras. And if you like water sports, do not forget to go scuba diving by adding an extra note of adventure to your excursion.
This is a low profile area in southwestern Sithonia, between Tristinika and Stiladario. Shrubs and wild olive trees grow around it, while in the northwestern part the church of Agios Georgios emerges. A small river flows nearby and you can have some rest under the thick shade of the plane trees that spring up to the south of the coast.
A destination between two small capes, with exotic touches, fine, white sand, turquoise waters, white rocks and pines that invite you to explore them by taking the narrow rural road that leads you there.
This beach stretches a little further out of Agios Nikolaos, before the Bay of Panagia and Vourvourou. It is in a small bay and in its northern part dominates a small cape on which the remains of a Byzantine tower stand out.
Sithonia, the middle peninsula of Halkidiki is located between Toroneos and Siggitiko Gulf while reaching Cape Drepanos.
Its history, according to historians, dates back to prehistoric times. Fossils of elephant-like prehistoric creatures and other extinct species have been found in Nikiti, Triglia, etc. proving the significant evolutionary changes which happened there during the prehistoric times. Samples of organized society are found in Halkidiki from 4,000 BC. Its oldest inhabitants were Thracians and Pelasgians. Sithones, according to historians, were a tribe of Phrygian origin and settled around the 8th century BC.
In addition, archaeological findings show that during the classical and Roman period, there were settlements in the area of today’s Elia, Agios Georgios, Kastri and Lagomandra.
According to mythology, Sithonia was named in honor of Sithon, king of the Thracian tribe of Odomantes, son of the god Poseidon and Ossa.
Its famous cities in ancient times were Sermili, Fyskella, Parthenopolis, Toroni, Ampelos, Sarti, Piloros, Assa and Sithoni.
If you are looking for delicious, rich flavors and exquisite delicacies with a scent of Mediterranean sea, thyme, oregano and basil, you should visit Pyrgadikia. Pyrgadikia, which belong to the Municipality of Aristotle, is not too far from Thessaloniki. They are rightly recognized as one of the top tourist landmarks of Halkidiki.
There you will find dishes that have been made with taste, love and passion to stimulate with authenticity and simplicity your palate.
You can go to any of the following cafe-restaurants and leave with the best of impressions!
Your rendez-vous with tranquility is here
Make your reservation for an airy space bathed in bright light and surrounded by the beauty of the natural landscape. Discover the grace of its minimal decoration in pale shades, strongly radiating the feeling of unpretentious simplicity and familiarity. And let the confidence, calmness, uniqueness and comfort that you want to accompany your most relaxed moments.
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