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Examples of tours and excursions:
Dion – Litochoro – Palaios Panteleimon
Pella – Edessa (waterfalls)
Kavala – Filippoi
Meteora – Kastraki – Kalampaka – Trikala
Metsovo – Ioannina
Ouranoupolo (Mount Athos cruise)
Pilion – Volos
Tour of the first or second Chalkidiki peninsulas with stops of your choice
Florina – Prespes
At about 30 kilometers from Thessaloniki is the Holy Monastery of St. John the Theologian, where the relic of Agios Paisios has been buried.
At a distance of about 90 Kilomets from the city of Thessaloniki the ancient city of Aigai, the capital of the ancient kingdom of Macedonia, is to be found. One of the greatest and most important museums can be found there. The visitor is also able to visit the tomb of Phillipr the second the Macedon, the father of Alexander the Great.
At the museum the visitor may see very interesting exhibits, classified according to the the point of discovery. There is also a projection room where the exhibits can see a presentation os all exhibits.
You can visit the monasteries and enjoy a delicious meal in the city of Kalampaka. The tour may be completed with a visit to the city of Trikala.
On the northwest entry of the Municipality Stagira-Akanthos, next to the historic and beautiful village Stagira, you will find the famous Aristotle Park at an altitude of about 500 meters. The wonderful location of this park was selected in 1956 to host the imposing statue of Aristotle. He was born in 384 BC in Stagira, Halkidiki, and is undoubtedly one of the greatest intellects of the Western civilization.This park is not your typical monument dedicated to the figure of Aristotle. Instead, the park is thematic and interactive, providing visitors an opportunity to get in touch with the physical phenomena referenced by Aristotle in his great work Physics.
Mount Cholomontas is located in a lush landscape near the city of Thessaloniki and offers an amazing view. It is not a high mountain, with an altitude of 1.165 meters, but it is charming and beautiful. Its slopes host rich flora and picturesque traditional settlements, called Mantemochoria. The mountain is covered with forests of oak trees, chestnut trees, pine trees, which are intercepted by clearings or fields with wild flowers and aromatic herbs. Famous since classical times for its rich timber production, this place allows visitors the chance to enjoy the peaceful landscape and indulge in pure, natural relaxation.
The cave of Petralona is located about one kilometer east of the village Petralona. It is about 50 kilometers northeast of Thessaloniki, at an altitude of 300 meters. It was discovered in 1959 by villagers who found a skull there that belonged to prehistoric man. Research has proved that this skull is about 700,000 years old and belongs to the oldest ever discovered European man. In the cave fossils of bears, panthers, elephants, rhinoceros and many other animals have also been found. Visitors have the opportunity to admire the impressive stalactites and stalagmites from 9am until 4pm during the winter and until 6pm during the summer months.
Arnaia is one of the most picturesque villages of northern mountainous Halkidiki at an altitude of 600 meters, on the forefeet of the Mount Cholomontas. Arnaia has an important traditional heritage and has been declared a historic place and traditional settlement by the Greek Ministry of Justice. During your walk in Arnaia you should visit the Historical and Folklore Museum in Katsangelos’ Mansion. Also check out the old school built in 1871 and the temple of Agios Stefanos, which is constructed above three older temples that can be seen through the glass floor.
Located 90 kilometers from Polygyros, Sykia is one of the oldest and largest villages of Halkidiki. In the middle of the old settlement you will see the temple of Agios Athanasios, which dates back to 1819. During the Byzantine era, the whole area belonged to the monasteries of Agion Oros. You can enjoy a swim in the bay of Sykia, Kalamitsi and Porto Koufo, which was referred to by Thucydides as the largest and safest port of Halkidiki. Today, the place is a small fisheries settlement famous for its nice fish taverns and the fish meze. While in Sykia, you can also visit the nearby area of Toroni, which is a seaside location with beautiful beaches.
Polygyros is the capital of the Prefecture of Halkidiki and can delight even the most demanding visitor with its history, its picturesque historical center and charming atmosphere. The Archaeological Museum of Polygyros hosts exhibits from the whole peninsula of Halkidiki, dating back to prehistoric times, as well as the Geometrical, the Archaic, the Classical, the Hellenistic and the Roman period. The Folklore Museum hosts exhibits, which include traditional clothing, agricultural tools and a representation of the typical urban home of Polygyros during the beginning of the 20th century. If you want to see the new meet the old and wish to experience the essence of the lifestyle, local culture and habits of the people in the heart of Halkidiki, visit Polygyros.
The ancient name of Kassandra was ‘Flegra’, which means ‘place of fire’. According to mythology, this area is the birthplace of the Giants. Apparently, this is also where the Gigantomachy took place, when the Giants tried to force the Olympian Gods out of Mount Olympus. The most densely inhabited peninsula of Halkidiki is located close to Halkidiki and hosts thousands of bathers every summer. It has amazing, kilometers-long shores and an intense nightlife with bars along the shore and in the nearby villages.
This is a place with rich history that dates back to the Neolithic Period. According to mythology, the town was established by the brother of Olynthos, the son of the mythic King of Thrace, Strymonas. Olynthos was killed by a lion and Strymonas built the town and named it after him, in order to honor his memory. According to the linguists, however, the town was named after a wild fig tree called olynthos, which can be found in the area. The town once thrived and was the capital of the Common of Halkideis, a union of the cities of Halkidiki, administrated on the principles of freedom and mutual respect. The rise of Olynthos caused conflict with Philip, the father of Alexander the Great, who couldn’t stand competition with any other region in Macedonia. Olynthos was occupied by the powers of Philip in 348 BC and its inhabitants were all sold as slaves.
Ouranoupoli is one of the most important resorts of northern Halkidiki, with plenty of comforts that include quality restaurants, rooms to let and studios. During the summer period, cruises approaching the west side of Mount Athos are carried out to Ouranoupoli on a daily basis and provide visitors with the opportunity to see some of the monasteries. In the ‘city in the sky’ you have plenty of excursion choices in the nearby lush hills with olive trees and pine trees. You can purchase pure local products like olive oil, wine, honey and tsipouro, as well as enjoy some relaxing moments in the small fish taverns of the area.
This is an ideal summer destination, combining a beach of crystal-clear waters with a forest of dense vegetation and nine islands. Vourvourou is located just 10 kilometers away from Agios Nikolaos, in the Peninsula of Sithonia, and appeals to the visitor with its beautiful landscape and serenity. Explore the old fishermen’s settlement and hike on the paths of the imposing Itamos, to enjoy an amazing sunset. The rooms to let next to the beach, the nice small taverns offering fresh fish and the beach bar complete the scenery of this wonderful place in Halkidiki.
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