Sithonia Halkidiki

If you prefer natural beauty and nightlife, Sithonia is abundant with isolated beaches, glamorous beach bars, and scenic drives. Best for families.

Sithonia Halkidiki Beaches


Drenia Island Beach

Drenia is a tiny uninhabited islet with turquoise waters, a few beach restaurants, and lots of time. There is little other to do but lay on the beach.


Develiki Beach

Develiki is a tiny fishing village with a quiet beach and a beach bar. Two nearby fish taverns are always ready to satisfy your palate.


Sarti Beach

Sarti has a two-kilometers long, sandy beach with nice bars and amenities two steps away, at Sarti village. Excellent view of Mount Athos.


Toroni Beach

Toroni beach is a 3-km long thick-sand beach with waters that get deep sharply. Beach bars for music and drinks or a more quiet patch with your own umbrella?

A picture of trees and the Lagomandra Beach of Sithonia, Halkidiki.
photo: vujas / CC BY-SA 3.0

Lagomandra Beach

Lagomandra is divided into three smaller beaches by two headlands. It is sandy, with shade under pine trees, and its waters get deep sharply.


Trani Ammouda Beach

Trani Ammouda is a long, fine-sand beach with deep waters. Combined with breakfast at any nearby village, it guarantees a great start of the day.


Kalamitsi Beach

Wind-protected bay with mostly calm waters, excellent for snorkeling. Kalamitsi beach has fine sand and is home to a popular camping.


Sykia Beach

Sandy beach with shallow waters patches in front of Sykia village. Swim in green-blue waters and enjoy a fantastic view of Mount Athos.

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Sithonia Halkidiki Settlements

Nikiti Halkidiki

Old and traditional coastal settlement of Halkidiki with shops and excellent tavernas. It's located close to many worth-visiting beaches.

Agios Nikolaos Halkidiki

Typical village of the mountainous Halkidiki that preserves its traditional atmosphere but also seeks progress through tourism and hospitality.

Sykia Halkidiki

A mountainous settlement of Halkidiki known for a nearby long beach (1,5 km long), and its relaxing and quiet atmosphere.

Parthenonas Halkidiki

Its inhabitants abandoned it in the 70s to live in a nearby town. Thankfully, some came back and restored what is considered to be a hidden gem.

Neos Marmaras Halkidiki

The largest village of Sithonia has all one could need; excellent beaches, a vibrant nightlife, all necessary tourist services.

Sarti Halkidiki

At the edge of Sithonia, it is famous for its beautiful beaches, family atmosphere, and a spectacular view of Mount Athos.

Ormos Panagias Halkidiki

Picturesque settlement famous for its turquoise waters and the small harbor, from where boats depart daily for the Mount Athos tour.

Sithonia Halkidiki Why visit?

  • Named after Sithon, the son of Ossa and Poseidon.
  • Colonized by Chalkideans in the 8th centruy BC.
  • By 50AD, Christianity was already spreading in Sithonia.

Sithonia Halkidiki Attractions


St. George Church


This small chapel stands where a Basilica used to stand - one destroyed by a Huns' invasion. Today it's a quiet and tranquil place.


Armenistis Camping & Bungalows

A golden-sand beach, pine trees touching the sea, a marvelous view of the Holy Mountain, and a camping with friendly people.


Neos Marmaras Port

Neos Marmaras Port is the place to hire sailing or motor boats to reach the Kassandra peninsula and visit beaches all over Toroneos Gulf.

A photo showing a part of the facilities of the Porto Carras Hotels.
photo: Sithonian

Porto Carras Resort & Marina

Loving the all-inclusive experience? Porto Carras is Halkidiki's only mega-hotel with top class facilities including Northern Greece's largest private marina.


Archaeological Site «Basilica Sophronios»

Christian church of the 5th century with exceptional mosaics. It is a small site, and visiting it won't take you long.

Sithonia Halkidiki Museums


Historical & Folklore Museum of Nikiti

The Historical and Folklore Museum portrays Nikiti's everyday life a few centuries ago. It is really worth a short visit.