Northern Chalkidiki is the part of the Central Macedonian region of Chalkidiki which joins its three peninsulas to the mainland.

VillagesEdit

 
Map of Northern Chalkidiki
  • 1 Flogita   (& Nea Triglia, Sozopoli, Metochi, Nea Plagia)
  • 2 Ierissos
  • 3 Megali Panagia (& Palaiochori, Neochori, Arnaia)
  • 4 Nea Kallikratia
  • 5 Nea Moudania (& Agios Mamas, Dionysiou, Paralia Dionysiou, Portaria) - nearby Olynthos archaeological site
  • 6 Ouranoupolis
  • 7 Petralona
  • 8 Olympiada and Stageira
  • 9 Yerakini (& Kalyves Polygyrou, Psakoudia)

Other destinationsEdit

UnderstandEdit

The most touristic villages on the way to Kassandra and Sithonia are Nea Kallikratia and Nea Moudania (& Dionysiou, Paralia Dionysiou, Portaria) Both are the main beaches for the inhabitants of Thessaloniki and on weekends quiet crowded and something for people that like more action than quiet environment.

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  • Traditional mountain villages of Arnea, Taxiarhis, Agios Prodromos
  • Cave of Petralona, with the spectacular stalactites and stalagmites and the oldest human finds of Greece
  • Arcaeological Museum of Polygyros, with finds from the whole area of Chalkidiki
  • Excavations of ancient Stageira, birthplace of the philosopher Aristotle
  • Statue of Aristotelis near the modern village Stageira.
  • Forest of Mt. Holomontas

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