Sithonia Halkidiki

Peninsula in Central Macedonia

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

Attractions, Beaches & Things to Do in Sithonia Halkidiki

Neos Marmaras Halkidiki

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

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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.

↘ SE
< 1km

Neos Marmaras Beach

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

↘ SE
≈ 1.5km
A photo showing a part of the facilities of the Porto Carras Hotels.
photo: Sithonian

Porto Carras Hotels & Marina

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

↘ SE
≈ 2.9km

Parthenonas Halkidiki

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

↗ NE
≈ 5.4km
An overview of the Lagomandra Beach of Sithonia on Halkidiki.
photo: vujas / CC BY-SA 3.0

Lagomandra Beach

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.

↖ NW
≈ 7.5km

Karidi Beach (Gulf), Vourvourou

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

↑ N
≈ 15.5km

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.

↗ NE
≈ 18.4km

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.

↘ SE
≈ 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.

↖ NW
≈ 21.1km

Archaeological Site Basilica Sophronios, Nikiti

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

↖ NW
≈ 21.2km

Toroni Beach

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.

↘ SE
≈ 22.2km

Nikiti Beach

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

↖ NW
≈ 22.3km

Ormos Panagias Halkidiki

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

↑ N
≈ 22.5km

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.

→ E
≈ 23.5km

Sarti Beach

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.

→ E
≈ 23.6km

Nikiti Halkidiki

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

↖ NW
≈ 23.9km

Trani Ammouda Beach (Livrohio)

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

↑ N
≈ 23.9km

Historical and Folklore Museum of Nikiti

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

↖ NW
≈ 24.9km

Sykia Beach

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

→ E
≈ 25.7km

Kassandra Halkidiki

With incredible beaches and nightclubs, Kassandra is a fitting choice for young people. That said, many calm villages make it a family destination too.

← W
≈ 25.7km

Agios Nikolaos Halkidiki

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

↖ NW
≈ 26.1km

Metamorfosi Beach, Polygyros Halkidiki

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

↖ NW
≈ 29.3km

Kalamitsi Beaches

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

↘ SE
≈ 29.8km


An absolute hidden gem in terms of natural beauty, delicious food, and astonishing beaches, this place is the only inhabited island of Halkidiki.

↗ NE
≈ 38.3km

Drenia Island Beach, Aristotelis Halkidiki

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

↗ NE
≈ 39.3km
A photo depicting a family to enjoy the sun and the water at the Kampos (Ladhario) beach of Pyrgadikia.
photo: Pyraechmes

Kampos (Ladhario) Beach, Pyrgadikia

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

↑ N
≈ 40.3km

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".