The gem of northern Greece, counting more than 550 km of coastline and rich in natural beauty, Halkidiki
consists terrestrial part and three peninsulas – Athos, Kassandra and Sithonia.
The terrestrial part of Halkididki is covered with virgin coniferous forests and is being crossed by two rivers,
the Chavrias and the Olynthios.
A magical place of amazing natural attractions, the second peninsula of Halkidiki, Sithonia awaits to offer you
your dream vacation. Popular destinations here are: Nikiti, Neos Marmaras, Sarti, Toroni, Porto Koufo.
Nikiti is located at the beginning o the peninsula, about 90 km from Thessaloniki. The sandy golden beaches,
the cristal-clear blue-green waters, the pine tree forests reaching down to the sea will captivate you and offer
you unforgettable memories. Nikiti offers 26 km coastline of 32 fabulous small bays and 11 beaches.
Youcan enjoy the magnificent view through hiking and riding tours on the mountain.
Neos Marmaras is a vibrant town situated along the slopes of the Dragoudelis mountain and the most cosmopolitan area
of within the Toroneos Gulf. Around Neos Marmaras, there are many small and scenic ports, beautiful isolated
beaches and a group of small islands “Spalathronisia”. Another place of interest is the island of “Kelyfos” or
Sarti is a holiday resort that combines the beauty of mountains and sea. Sarti’s main beach is considered one of the best in Greece and one of the largest sandy beaches in Halkidiki – 3 km long. There are more than 70 stunning beaches around Sarti. As a bonus, Sarti is blessed with the best view on Mt. Athos. Daily tours are organized ith boats which sail round the Holi Mount Athos.
Toroni is a village southwest of the Sithonia peninsula. Th etown was founded by settlers who descend from Chalcis in the 8th century BC and soon became a major city not only in Sithonia but throughout Halkidiki.
Porto Koufo was the anciengt harbor Toroneos, a safe anchorage for Toronian ships. The harbor maintains until today its ancient name “Kofos Limin” – “The Dead harbour”. Porto Koufo is the safest and the largest natural harbor in Greece.
Aristotle’s birthplace, Ancient Stagira, the ancient city Olynthos, the cave of Petralona, the Sanctuary of Zeus Amon, the ancient town of Mende, many beautiful coasts, delicious local products, museums, festivals are only some of the reasons why you should visit Halkidiki.
Thasos is known as The Green Island. It is 12-th by area Greek island. Combines clear beaches with beautiful
forests and olive trees touching the sea.
The island is one of the first places in Europe accepting Christianity – after the visit of Apostle Paul
in Philippi in 49 year. Currently the population of the island is 15 000 people. The agricultural production
includes bee, olive oil, wine. Thasos is among the islands in Mediterainean with greatest archeological interest.
The contemporary city is founded in the middle of XIX century by fishermen from the villages Makri and Maroneya.
The Turkish name of the city is Dedeagach – “Old man’s tree”.
The Greek name is Alexandroupoli – the city of King Alexander the First of Greece who visited the city in 1920.
The Bulgarian name is Alexandrovo – a city of the Alexander the Great – the king of the Thracian’s kingdom of Macedonia, later Macedonian empire – the largest ever Thracian state.
Amphitheatrically built right on the Aegean sea, Kavala reflects the Greek experience and invites you to share it.
The city offers crystal sea waters, monuments of cultural heritage, spectacular views, Mediterranean cuisine, close
island gateways, picturesque villages and mountains.
The Old Town of Kavala takes you for a journey into time and history. Here you will see cobbled streets, old houses
with patios and blooming gardens. At the top of the Old Town is the castle of Kavala – built by the citizens of
Christoupolis (the name of Kavala during the Bysantine period) the fortress was successively conquered by the
Lombards (1204), the Franks (1208), the Bysantines once more and then the Ottomans (1391). From the Old Town
starts Kamares, the city’s medieval aqueduct, the most recognizable monument in Kavala.