Attractions, Beaches & Things to Do in Arnaia
Church of St. Stefanos
Besides being the main and church of the town of Arnaia, it is also a building and a spot of great historical and archaeological interest.
Shedding light to the distinctive textile art tradition of Arnaia that served for centuries as an important source of income for the locals.
Historic and Folklore Museum of Arnaia
Provides a clear image of the everyday life the habits, and the traditions of the Arnaia inhabitants.
St. Paraskevi Park«Agia Paraskevi»
Located very close to the settlement, a destination of recreation for locals and visitors of Arnaia.
Mount Cholomon, Chalkidiki«Holomontas»
Breathtaking natural landscapes that cover the biggest part of the central and east Halkidiki.
Hidden in the Holomontas forest, this is an untouched settlement that reveals the original picture of rural mountainous Halkidiki.
Aristotle's Park, Stagira
An absolutely worth-visiting theme park that educates the public about Aristotle's physics rules through interactive appliances.
Hidden in an area of natural beauty and dense vegetation is a unique and stunning destination that attracts many relaxation seekers.
The largest in Macedonia and the second largest natural lake of Greece that is a significant natural reserve for the whole area.
The proof that Halkidiki is not only about beach life, Polygyros dominates with its mountainous landscape and culture as well as its hiking paths.
Impressive post-Byzantine church with an exceptional and distinctive architectural style with the rock to be the main constructional material.
A spot with traces of human presence from the Neolithic era that became a crucial fortification from the Byzantine until the Ottoman period.
Kampos (Ladhario) Beach, Pyrgadikia
A large semi-organized sandy beach with a beach bar, as well as beach volley and soccer fields.
Settlement that was founded by Greek refugees from Asia Minor and bears the name of the mother of Alexander the Great.
Olympiada Beach, Aristotelis Halkidiki
Sandy beach with pebbles while entering the water, while it offers numerous food and drink choices.
Stratoni Beach, Aristotelis Halkidiki
A well-organized public beach that stands for its sand and takes advantage of the amenities and the infrastructure of the local settlement.
The remnants of an ancient city that is exceptionally famous due to the fact that it is the homeplace of the ancient philosopher Aristotle.
Town located in the western part of the Strymonic Gulf with a famous seafront that attracts many tourists during the summer season.
Platani Beach, Stavros Volvi
Εxtremely shallow and crystal-clear waters of a beach located west of Stavros by a small oasis of plane trees that offer natural shadow.
Main beach of Stavros located next to the small fishing port. It's sandy with pebbles clusters and its shallow waters make it ideal for kids.
Vrasna Beach, Volvi Thessaloniki
A mixed sandy, with few pebbles, beach belongs to the settlement located in the foothills of the mountain between Asprovalta and Stavros.
Develiki Beach, Aristotelis Halkidiki
Tiny fisherman settlement with the homonymous quiet beach that is partly organized but hosts two tavernas famous for their fresh fish.
Old Vrasna Village
Old village built on the slope of Strymonikos gulf standing for its traditional architecture, the delicious local dishes and the amazing views.
Spa of Nea Apollonia, Loutra Volvis
The currently closed spa facilities of Nea Apollonia which were famous for the healing properties of their thermal springs.
Close to the famous philosopher's birthplace, here you will find Aristotle's Theme Park, a series of beaches, and boat tours to Mount Athos.
Yerakini, Polygyros Halkidiki
A coastline village that evolved from a small settlement of miners during the '60s to a well-known tourist destination.
Psakoudia Beach, Polygyros Halkidiki
Long sandy beach located between Kassandra & Sithonia where the pine trees reach the coast.
Rural community of Polygyros Municipality located on a spot that connects the areas of central Macedonia with mountainous Halkidiki.
This coastal town attracts many local and Balkan tourists and offers experiences that range from waterfalls and beaches to lakes and ancient ruins.
If you prefer natural beauty to nightlife, Sithonia is abundant with isolated beaches, glamorous beach bars, and scenic drives. Best for families.
Questions & Answers about Arnaia
Why Visit Arnaia?
- Built at an altitude of 600 m. it's one of the most scenic villages of north Chalkidiki.
- Mentioned by the ancient Greek historian Thucydides with the name Arni.
- Declared "traditional settlement" since 1986.