“Poseidon’s Trident”

Halkidiki has the longest shoreline in Greece which makes it a favorable place for sailing vacations.

“There is nothing like Halkidiki,” say the northern Greeks and they know what they’re talking about. Luxury beach resorts, activities, spas, private dining on the beach, soothing spa treatments, molecular gastronomy and unique wines.

It is a peninsula with three small peninsulas, known as the three legs or three fingers of Halkidiki. The first leg is Kassandra and has popular tourist resorts with organized beaches. The second peninsula is Sithonia, with less organized resorts and more secluded coves. The third peninsula, Mount Athos, is a close monastic community where entrance is allowed only to men and after special permission. The capital is Polygyros.

The “blue sights” of Chalkidiki.

By chartering one of our yachts you can visit every beautiful beach
of Chalkidiki and swim in their crystal waters.
There is a variety of beaches some of them are described below:


Is the last village you will meet in Halkidiki before the Mount Athos.Crystal clear beaches with golden sand, more tranquil than other Halkidiki’s beaches.


A small island a few miles from Ouranoupoli , with many exotic beaches like Alykes, Sait George and the even smaller but beautiful islands Drenia (donkey islands).


One of the best sandy beaches on the eastern side of Sithonia peninsula. Ideal for families, blessed with shallow crystal waters. There are many facilities (water sports, surf boards, water bikes, and small sail boats). Don’t forget taking a boat ride to Diaporos, the island across the bay of Vourvourou, and visit the tiny coves with golden sands.

A quiet, sandy beach located 65 km south east of Poligiros, the capital of Halkidiki. One of the best camping centers in Halkidiki, surrounded by a beautiful pine forest, well-organized with beach facilities ,water sports, beach bar , restaurant and fields for sports.



Is a small paradise in Halkidiki. It is non-organized but a must stop with your sailing yacht. A light sandy beach with numerous rocks, this beach is ideal for tourists looking for the perfect tan.

A few miles after Vourvourou, lay some really incomparable beaches, some of the best in Greece, and in the world. Characterized by fine white sand, and crystal clear turquoise waters, visiting any beach around here will be a magical experience.



Situated on the south eastern side of Sithonia peninsula, 93 km south east of Poligiros. An ideal place to relax, with lovely, golden coastline washed by the clear waters of the Aegean and little coves which visitors can explore. A must place to drop your anchor.

What lies behind the cliffs to the south of Sithonia? A secret harbor through an opening just 300m wide. The nickname the “deaf port” came because you cannot hear the sea if you stand inside this bay. This is the ancient Toronaios port, mentioned by Thucydides as the largest and most secure port in Ancient Greece. Surrounded by a wild and rugged landscape, the village also has a small beach, ideal for families. In the surrounding area, there are many other lovely beaches, such as Tristinika and Toroni.

Porto Koufo
(deaf port)

Neos Marmaras

The largest and one of the most cosmopolitan in Sithonia.It is a picturesque area that was built amphitheatrically on top of a hill with a very well maintained marina for you and your sailing yacht with electricity ,water, super market, tavenas etc.


Located at the entrance of Sithonia peninsula, 35 km south east of Poligiros. It is an old, traditional village, combining dense pine trees with amazing beaches. There are many prehistoric settlements in the surrounding area as more as a wonderful beach.

Off to Kassandra peninsula.The beach of Nea Fokea lies 40 km south of Poligiros , a long, sandy beach with clean crystal waters, a very popular holiday resort for all types of holidays. Plenty of tourist facilities and options are available in the wider region.

Nea fokaia


Among the most visited and well-organized beaches of Halkidiki. Lush green background and idyllic swimming waters and golden sand offer the ideal environment for all visitors. You can find plenty of facilities like umbrellas, sun beds and watersports equipment. The village of Kallithea is visited each year by thousands of tourists, willing to discover its incredulous nature and the vivid nightlife.

Very popular destination for couples and families. Those beaches are long with rough sand but the water is amazingly clear and warm perfect swimming spot for families. The waters are so calm and clear and a nice swimming spot for families. Lined with nice taverns and charming terraces overlooking the beach, amphitheatrically built on the slopes of the hill, those places will take your breath away, literally.


Nea Skioni

An ideal place for a tranquil vacation, surrounded by beautiful pine trees along equally beautiful coastline awarded with a blue flag multiple times with a playground for the children and a beach volley court. The small harbor is quite busy with fishermen trying to sell their fresh fish to villagers and tourists. The beachfront taverns offer a variety of traditional dishes, definitely a must try.

The most beautiful and unusual village of the Kassandra peninsula with a unique historical and natural significance. The waters here are at the top of the list of the purest and warmest in the entire Mediterranean Sea. The fact that various fish species hatch here only confirms it The village has a special architectural with stone-built houses and an inscription on them, which indicates the date of their construction and the name of their owner.The beach of Afitos is long and sandy very well organized.



A really beautiful beach with fine sand and clean blue waters, awarded with a blue flag. Sani is a well-organized resort with modern facilities and a private marina surrounded by a long tuft of trees that provide nice shade to the visitors and creates a relaxing setting. Festivals and environmental activities are frequently organized on this beach.

Do see

Mount Athos is commonly referred to in Greek as the “Holy Mountain”. Mount Athos has been inhabited since ancient times and is known for its nearly 1,800-year continuous Christian presence and its long historical monastic traditions. 20 monasteries with incredible architecture, definitely worth seen from the sea level your sailing yacht.

Mount Athos

The Sanctuary of
Zeus Ammon

The sanctuary of the Egyptian god Zeus Ammon was built at a small plateau on the northern side of the site. one of the most important temples in Halkidiki

The tower of

Is located on the hill of Sani Hotel, where the acropolis of the ancient town probably was

The Potidaia Canal

A narrow isthmus joins the peninsula of Kassandra to the mainland. The canal was begun by King Kassander of Macedonia, whose aim was not only to facilitate navigation but also to protect Thessaloniki.

Petralona Cave and the 700,000-year-old man

Here you’ll wander in awe among masterpieces sculpted over eons by nature’s own hand; stalactites that sparkle in the dark, dazzling ‘dwarf stalagmites’. One of the most stunning caves in Europe and one of the most impressive attractions in the area, tells a very old story.

Many museums

Folklore Museum of Poligiros, Historical Museum of Arnaia, Archeological Museum of Olinthos, Folklore Museum of Afitos, Archeological Museum of Poligiros.