Like Halkidiki, nowhere else …
Halkidiki is divided into three peninsulas: Kassandra, Sithonia, and Athos.
Halkidiki, a popular tourist destination, has a distinct natural beauty, with quiet coves, crystal blue seas, magnificent islands, and communities with exceptional traditional architecture.
It mixes mountain and sea, quiet and raucous nightlife, historical history and modern living. Each city has its own patriarchal glory and history.
If you prefer partying in a gorgeous setting, Kassandra is the place to spend your holiday. Kassandra’s shoreline is home to several stunning beaches. Some of them have restricted inland access.
Unlike Kassandra, which has several resorts along the shore, Sithonia has pristine environment. Its immaculate natural splendour will wow you whether you are close or far away.
A family destination
Siviri is situated halfway between Kassandreia and Fourka. A seaside town that has grown in popularity in recent years.
The magnificent food and the peaceful and natural landscape are unique to the area.
The area is rich in culture, with the most well-known being the Kassandra Festival, which has been an institution for the cultural data of Halkidiki for many years.
Even the most discriminating palates will be satisfied by the pines and woodlands of exceptional beauty that finish up on the blue-green coastlines.
Crystal water for swimming
For fans of the sea and the sun, the Hotel Stathis, constructed directly on the beach, provides boundless vistas and allows you to escape the hectic rhythms of daily life.
It boasts one of Halkidiki’s most beautiful sandy beaches, which is known for its organisation.
It’s also been given a blue flag!
Relax on the sun loungers and sip your coffee or drink beneath the shade of the beach umbrellas while you enjoy the magnificent beach of Hotel Stathis.