Sithonia Halkidiki

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  • Second Leg Of Halkidiki

Area / Site in Central Macedonia

Attractions, Beaches & Things to Do in Sithonia Halkidiki

An image taken from the sea depicting the amphitheatrical architecture of the settlement of Neos Marmaras and some boats at the ha
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Neos Marmaras Halkidiki

The largest village of Sithonia with approximately 3000 permanent inhabitants that attracts almost 20000 tourists during the summer season.

A day-trip cruise ship anchored by the pier of the Port of Neos Marmaras.
↘ SE   < 1km

Port of Neos Marmaras

Place to hire sailing or motor boats & a starting point for daily boat cruises that reach Pefkochori & visit beaches & islands of Toroneos Gulf.
A photo taken among trees shows the coast of Neos Marmaras on Sithonia of Halkidiki.
↘ SE   ≈ 1.5km

Neos Marmaras Beach, Sithonia Halkidiki

A long sandy beach that offers numerous beach bars, restaurants, and entertainment choices.

A photo showing a part of the facilities of the Porto Carras Hotels.
photo: Sithonian
↘ SE   ≈ 2.9km

Porto Carras Hotels & Marina

Famous hotel complex with top class facilities including a contemporary marina, which is the largest private marina in Northern Greece.

Some traditional stone-built traditional houses by a street of Parthenonas village in Halkidiki.
↗ NE   ≈ 5.4km

Parthenonas Halkidiki

A settlement that was abandoned by its inhabitants, but some decades later it was restored back to its authentic traditional character.

An overview of the Lagomandra Beach of Sithonia on Halkidiki.
photo: vujas / CC BY-SA 3.0
↖ NW   ≈ 7.5km

Lagomandra Beach, Sithonia Halkidiki

Divided into three smaller parts with 2 capes and providing natural shadow with pine trees, it's a sandy beach that gets deeper quite quickly.

A photo showing a part of the Karidi beach at Vourvourou. Sithonia
↑ N   ≈ 15.5km

Karidi Beach (Gulf), Vourvourou Sithonia

Tiny gulf that hosts an almost exotic not organized, white-sand, shallow beach with turquoise waters.

A photo taken from one of the Bungalows of Armenistis Camping with the great view of the beach and the Mount Athos.
↗ NE   ≈ 18.4km

Armenistis Camping & Bungalows

On the east side of the peninsula and by a golden-sand beach with pine trees reaching the shore, operates since 1982 a famous Greek camping.

An overview of the village of Sykia among the hills and the mountains of the inner peninsula of Sithonia.
↘ SE   ≈ 21.1km

Sykia Halkidiki

One of the most isolated settlements of Halkidiki is famous for the longest beach (1,5 km) that is located 5 km for the mountainous village.

The front and the main entrance of the contemporary chapel of St. George built on the remains of the old church.
↖ NW   ≈ 21.1km

St. George Church, Nikiti

A religious monument that reveals the influence of Mount Athos to Halkidiki over the centuries, but also the long history of Nikiti.

A part of the relics of St. Sophronios Basilica under the preserving roof.
↖ NW   ≈ 21.2km

Archaeological Site Basilica Sophronios, Nikiti

Christian church of the 5th century that has fine mosaics which are still visible behind the fence.

A picture showing the beach of Toroni on Sithonia of Halkidiki.
↘ SE   ≈ 22.2km

Toroni Beach, Sithonia Halkidiki

A 3-km long thick-sand beach with waters that get deeper quite fast and stretches along with the homonymous village offering all the amenities.

A photo showing some plastic chairs and a part of the beach of Nikiti of Halkidiki.
↖ NW   ≈ 22.3km

Nikiti Beach, Sithonia Halkidiki

Long sandy beach in front of the homonymous settlement that provides access to plenty of food, drink, entertainment, and accommodation choices.

The harbor of Megali Panagia with small boats as well as bigger ships.
↑ N   ≈ 22.5km

Ormos Panagias Halkidiki

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

The paved coastal promenade which is exactly by the sandy beach.
→ E   ≈ 23.5km

Sarti Halkidiki

Being at the edge of the east coast of Sithonia, it is famous for the numerous beautiful beaches which are close to the settlement.

A panoramic picture showing the beach of Sarti at Sithonia, Halkidiki.
→ E   ≈ 23.6km

Sarti Beach, Sithonia Halkidiki

On the west peninsula-coast, a sandy beach, 2 km long that hosts nice beach bars and offers many other amenities at the adjoining settlement.

An overview of the village of Nikiti where trees grow among houses and the blue sea is in the background.
↖ NW   ≈ 23.9km

Nikiti Halkidiki

Old and traditional coastline settlement of Halkidiki that serves as the official seat of the Municipality of Sithonia.

An overview of the Trani Ammouda Beach on Sithonia, Halkidiki
↑ N   ≈ 23.9km

Trani Ammouda Beach (Livrohio), Sithonia Halkidiki

Long fine-sand beach with turquoise and deep water as well as nice tavernas at the nearby villages.

A picture of the interior of the museum depicting a room with the exhibits.
↖ NW   ≈ 24.9km

Historical and Folklore Museum of Nikiti

Targeting to shed light on everyday life habits as well as the past traditions of the broader area.

An aerial photo showing the beach of Sykia at Sithonia Halkidiki.
→ E   ≈ 25.7km

Sykia Beach, Sithonia Halkidiki

1.5 km long sandy & shallow beach of the coastal settlement of Sykia that is located 2 km away from the main mountainous village.

An aerial photo of one of the most famous beaches of Halkidiki, the beach of Afitos.
↙ SW   ≈ 25.7km

Kassandra Halkidiki

Undoubtedly, the advanced infrastructure and the modern facilities make Kassandra the heart of the tourist activity in Halkidiki.

An overview and a close up at the church of Agios Nikolaos that is situated among the houses of the homonymous village in Halkidik
↖ NW   ≈ 26.1km

Agios Nikolaos Halkidiki

Typical village of the mountainous Halkidiki that preserves its traditional atmosphere but also seeks progress in the tourism sector.

A photo of the Metamorfosi beach of Halkidiki taken between the umbrellas and sunbeds of a local beach bar.
↖ NW   ≈ 29.3km

Metamorfosi Beach, Polygyros Halkidiki

Typical beach of Halkidiki where the local flora and the pine trees reach the long sandy coast.

A photo of a part of Kalamitsi Beach at Sithonia, Halkidiki.
↘ SE   ≈ 29.8km

Kalamitsi Beaches, Sithonia Halkidiki

Wind-protected bay with fine sand medium-deep waters, and also hosting the famous camping.

A part of Alikes beach on the island of Ammouliani including umbrellas, sunbeds, and the beach bar facilities.
↑ N   ≈ 38.3km


The absolute hidden gem in terms of natural beauty and astonishing beaches is the only inhabited island of Halkidiki.

An overview of a part of the sandy of Drenia Island in Halkidiki.
↗ NE   ≈ 39.3km

Drenia Island Beach, Aristotelis Halkidiki

Blue-green sandy beach of an uninhabited islet, hosting a restaurant & a beach bar in the summer.

A photo depicting a family to enjoy the sun and the water at the Kampos (Ladhario) beach of Pyrgadikia.
photo: Pyraechmes
↑ N   ≈ 40.3km

Kampos (Ladhario) Beach, Pyrgadikia

A large semi-organized sandy beach with a beach bar, as well as beach volley and soccer fields.

Questions & Answers about Sithonia Halkidiki

Why Visit Sithonia Halkidiki?
  • Gets its name from Sithon, the son of the God of the sea Poseidon.
  • Its dense vegetation extends to the edge of numerous virgin beaches.
  • Untouched beauty that justifies the famous saying "There is nothing like Halkidiki".