Day Sail Halkidiki

Sail away Halkidiki... with a group of 10 people on the modern sailing yacht start in the morning from the harbour of the little fishing village of Nea Fokea and explore the beautiful bays and beaches of the east coast of Kassandra. Let the wind travel you on the crystal clear waters and see the cosmopolitan villages of Afytos, Kallithea, Kriopigi from another point of view.

There are stops for swimming, coffee and lunch break, giving you the opportunity to enjoy the sandy beaches and access the villages from the sea giving you a very different and unique feeling.

Light snacks and fruit salad is served on board.

Explore Halkidiki

The ‘’Explore Halkidiki’’ is a trip that escapes you from the busy tourist resorts and travels you through the mountainous, tranquil, of natural beauty parts of Halkidiki enabling you to experience the local life.

The journey starts by driving up to the mountain of Holomondas and to the district capital village of Polygyros, where you visit a small folklore museum. It continues into the hinterland and to the traditional village of Arnea where visit an organic winery and wine taste. The next stop is the village of Stagira which is the birthplace of Aristoteles, the great mathematician, philosopher and teacher of Alexander the Great.

Lunchtime break is at the Platanorema resort. After lunch break we then drive to the village of Olympiada, where it’s time to rest and swim.

On the way back we have a coffee break in the beautiful picturesque fishing village of Pirgadikia with its small harbour.

Jeep Safari

Explore with the jeeps the beautiful wilderness of Halkidiki and experience the scents and sounds of the mountains and the blue of the sea. Drive high into the mountains where only goats and donkeys usually go, and get wet where the pinewoods dive into the sea.

You will discover with the jeeps far more than you will ever do about Halkidiki, the olive tress, wild animals, flowers and herbs, the local inhabitants and their genuine hospitality, with the stunning landscape taking your breath away!

There are stops for coffee, for swimming, and also we visit the mystery turtle lake.

Monasteries of Meteora

The Meteora which means ‘middle of the sky’, ‘suspended in the air’ or ‘in the heavens above’ is one of the largest and most important complexes of Greek Orthodox monasteries in Greece acting since the 11th century, second only to Mount Athos. The standing to-date 6 monasteries are built on natural high and sheer rock pillars, at the north-western edge of the Plain of Thessaly near the Pineios river and the Pindus Mountains, in central Greece. The Meteora is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Six of the monasteries remain today. Of these six, four were inhabited by men, and two by women. Each monastery has fewer than 10 inhabitants. The monasteries are now tourist attractions.

We visit 2 of the monasteries of Metora and also have free time at town of Kalampaka.

There are stops for coffee, for swimming, and also we visit the mystery turtle lake.

Nea Moudania Market & Petralona Stalactite Cave

Every Wednesday we visit the open market in Nea Moudania, Halkidiki's largest town and commercial centre, and see how the local people shop. Bag yourself a bargain such as local handicrafts and make sure you buy a little of the ever tasteful locally produced tomatoes, cucumbers, olives, onions, olive oil, and ouzo and wine and make your very own Greek salad.

Then, we visit the village of Petralona with its world famous cave with the stalactite and stalagmite decorations, as well as for the fossilized skull and bones of the Archanthrope of Petralona, dating 700,000 years ago - the first fossil in the world of a man standing on two legs.

The cave brought to light many Paleolithic tools, bones and fossilized animals that were been extinct thousands of years ago, even traces of fire which are considered as the oldest traces of fire known to this day.

Mount Athos Cruise & Blue Lagoon

The cruise to Mt Athos begins from Ormos Panagias, a small picturesque village with a beautiful port populated by fish tavernas, located in Sithonia. The cruise heads to the southern part of the Mt Athos peninsula to view the 2.033m height cone shaped mountain. We then sail northbound all along the west coast where you have the opportunity to view and photograph Europe’s most unique Monks republic with its impressive Byzantine Monasteries.

Then, we visit the village of Petralona with its world famous cave with the stalactite and stalagmite decorations, as well as for the fossilized skull and bones of the Archanthrope of Petralona, dating 700,000 years ago - the first fossil in the world of a man standing on two legs.

Ouranoupolis is the last village of east Halkidiki and the natural border to the Holy Mountain. It is the stop over for male pilgrims before entering the Holy Mountain, either on foot or by ship from the small port of the tower of Prosforio to Daphne, the seaport of Mount Athos.

Due to its unique location Ouranoupolis is a vibrant state all year round with nice fish tavernas, shops with religious art

Sithonia Roundtrip

Let yourself drift away by a trip around the adorable of natural beauty peninsula of Sithonia, a place on earth still dominated by calm and peace. Tranquillity.

We will drive along the bay of Kassandra to the west coast of Sithonia with the first stop in Neos Marmaras, a small picturesque village built on a hill and its vibrant newer part located upon a crystal clear waters beachfront with many shops, tavernas and coffee bars.

Then, we visit the village of Petralona with its world famous cave with the stalactite and stalagmite decorations, as well as for the fossilized skull and bones of the Archanthrope of Petralona, dating 700,000 years ago - the first fossil in the world of a man standing on two legs.

We carry on the trip along the east coast and northbound until we reach Sarti, a beautiful small fishing village. Don’t forget your swimming suits as Sarti is meant for swimming with its paradisiacal coves.

Important, don’t forget your camera! Because flocks of goats, donkeys and sheep are not that rare! There will be stopovers for photo shooting.

Thessaloniki – Shopping & Sight Seeing

Thessaloniki was built by king Kassandros in 315BC and took its name ‘Thessaloniki’ by his wife, and sister of Alexander the Great.

During the Roman empire and in 168AD around 50 Apostle Paulus visited the city and declared the Christianity. At the end of the 3rd century emperor Galerius transformed Thessaloniki to one of the centres of the east-Roman empire. The city was nerved by beautiful buildings and today still remains of the castle, of the triumphal arch (Kamara) and the mausoleum of Galerius (Rotonda) and can be visited.

We will drive along the bay of Kassandra to the west coast of Sithonia with the first stop in Neos Marmaras, a small picturesque village built on a hill and its vibrant newer part located upon a crystal clear waters beachfront with many shops, tavernas and coffee bars.

We will visit the Old Town’s fortifications, the St Demetrios cathedral, the Archaeological Museum, the White Tower, and there will be free time for coffee and shopping.

Toroneos Cruise (Sun Splash)

Depart from the beautiful beach of Chrousso and sail towards to Sithonia, the middle peninsula of Halkidiki, and to the village of Toroni. Once there, the boat stays close to the beach, while you snorkel and swim in the crystal clear waters. Have fun and games on the beach or just top up your tan.

Upon return to the boat a meal is provided while the cruise continues northbound and to the historical and panoramically built village Neos Marmaras. There is time here to explore the village and shop souvenirs.

The cruise then sails back and returns to Chrousso, after a final swim stop at Kelyfos island (the turtle island).

Light refreshments are available aboard the boat throughout the day.

We organise walking and hiking tours to the mountainous parts of Halkidiki