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Gerakini (sometimes Yerakini) is a small village that overlooks the Toronean Gulf and lies between the two peninsulas of Kassandra and Sithonia. Because of the position, it is a great place for tourists who want to visit the surrounding area without staying in a place too crowded or dispersive. In[…]

Agios Nikolaos

Agios Nikolaos is a pretty small village known for the production of the typical Greek brandy called tsipouro. It is in the north-eastern part of Sithonia peninsula, and it is close to the sea but not right on it. Many beautiful beaches are located just a few minutes away from[…]


Are you looking for a relaxing vacation on the beach? Do you want to feel the wind on your skin, the soft sand under your feet and to swim in wonderful clean waters? Are you interested in nature, and maybe in diving? Then visit Kalamitsi: a small, relaxing but not[…]


Metamorfosi is a very small but still touristic village. Located in the Northern part of the Sithonia peninsula, on the Singitic Gulf, is just a few minutes away from Nikiti, about 30 km from Poigiros and 100 from Thessaloniki. This may be the perfect place to go on a hot[…]

Neos Marmaras

The name of this village in the Western side of the Sithonia peninsula means “new Marmara”, because it was founded at the beginning of the 20th century by diaspora’s refugees from Marmara Island, the second largest Turkish island. Nowadays Neos Marmaras is a touristic spot where visitors can find wonderful[…]


Sited in the North-Western part of the Sithonia peninsula, just a few kilometers from Metamorfosi and Neos Marmaras, the village of Nikiti (Νικήτη in Greek) has been an important touristic spot for many years, hence it can offer a great touristic experience. It is, first of all, a place full[…]


Pirgadikia (or Pyrgaditika) is located in the extreme North-East of Sithonia peninsula, about 125 kilometers from the city of Thessaloniki and actually pretty close to the Mount Athos peninsula: less than 1 hour driving from Ouranoupolis. It is a very small settlement, however it provides many touristic services: stop here[…]

Porto Koufo

In the South-East side of the Sithonia peninsula lies the Greece’s largest natural harbor: Porto Koufo. It is a wonderful little village surrounded by wild nature, but still with a very interesting history: due to its shape, in fact, it has been used in the past from pirates and also[…]


The small village of Sarti is the perfect place for those who are looking for a bond between nature and fun in their vacations. This settlement is in the Eastern part of the peninsula and was founded in the early 1900 from Greek refugees from Minor Asia, but is nowadays[…]


The town of Sykia is actually about 5 kilometers away from the sea, inland in the southern part of Sithonia peninsula; but the closest beaches are easily reachable in a few minutes driving. If you want to go a little further, head South for about 20 minutes to see the[…]