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Nea Iraklia beach, Halkidiki, Greece
35 km south of Thessaloniki is the intersection of St. Paul. Leaving the main road Moudanion will head west to the shoreline, where they will meet at 6 km, the first village of Halkidiki, New Heraclea.
Chrissi ammoudia, Agios Pavlos, Halkidiki, Greece
Then, follow the coastline south towards New Kallikratia to meet in the 300 meters to the beach Chrissi Ammoudia. Sandy Beach with a large parking area and ideal for all visitors.
Egeas beach, Halkidiki, Greece
Egeas Leaving the main road, go down right to the coastal line where you will find the camping Aegeus. The beach 150 meters long is sandy with crystal clear waters. The majority of visitors are from the camping while the organization is determined by the benefits provided by the camping’s management towards its users.
kato Galini beach, Halkidiki, Greece
Kato Galini Leaving the main road, go down right to the coastal line and turning left towards Kalikratia, you will find Kato Galini’s settlement. The beach of 650 meters long which is stretches in front of it is sandy with crystal clear waters.
Kalikratia beach, Halkidiki, Greece
Kalikratia 35 km southeast from Thessaloniki take the St Paul’s exit and continue southwest towards the coastal line. At about 5 km farther you will find the village of Kalikratia. Next to the commercial port with the anchored fishing boats lies a beach of 700 meters.
Akti Petmeza, Halkidiki, Greece
Akti Petmeza Akti Petmeza is a small beach 41.5 km southeast of Thessaloniki 1.5 km southeast of Kallikratia well. There is beachand has no facilities for accommodation and food. Whatever thewish should go to Kallikratia. Primarily serve the surroundingresidents of the area is sparsely populated. This is a clean beachand offers views of Mount Olympus.
Vrahakia beach, Halkidiki, Greece
2 km after the New Kalliktateia is a small beach with fine sand and clear water, the rocks like the call and know the regulars on the beach
Mykoniatika beach, Halkidiki, Greece
40 km south of Thessaloniki is the intersection of Kallikratia.Leaving the main road Moudanion will head west to the shorelineand the next steps will see a diagonal left leading, 3 km farther to the beach Mykoniatika.
Galini beach, Kalikratia, Halkidiki, Greece
The Galini is a small village with a quiet beach, 4 km away from the New Kallikratia a few hundred meters from the bustling beach Mykoniatika.
Vergia beach, Halkidiki, Greece
40 km south of Thessaloniki is the intersection of Kallikratia. Afterleaving the main road and hit Moudanion direction Kallikratia , immediately turn left and descend diagonally and continue for approximately 5 miles to meet the Veria.
Kavouri beach, Halkidiki, Greece
The beach of the Kavouri, is a small and narrow beach that goes behind the rock of Vergia, on the way to Nea Plagia.
Delfinia beach, Halkidiki, Greece
Dolphin Cove is a quiet beach with a few meters. At one point there is a ramp on the sinking boat while on the other hand, local residents make their dives.
Sozopoli beach, Halkidiki, Greece
The Sozopol is a fairly large coastal village 47 km from the city of Thessaloniki.
Chrisi Akti, Halkidiki, Greece
The Golden Beach is a natural continuation of the beach of Sozopol. Composed of sand and small pebbles stretches over 700 meters.
Nea Triglia beach, Halkidiki, Greece
The beach of Nea Triglia is the seaport town of the same name. It is very easy to access if you leave the main road in the 50th Moudanion km from Thessaloniki and descend to the shoreline.
Kanoni beach, Halkidiki, Greece
Kannoni Beach is a small beach along a turn before the settlement of Nea Plagia. Sandy mostly pebble but in shallow waters and stone slabs.
Nea Plagia beach, Halkidiki, Greece
The beach at Nea Playa is one of the most cosmopolitan of the coast of Thermaikos Gulf. The haven of the eponymous town and hosts the entire length of the multitude of beach bar, cafe, restaurants and many other small and large businesses.
Flogita beach, Halkidiki, Greece
The beach of Flogita is a natural continuation of the beach after the Nea Plagia. For those who do not even know it is difficult to distinguish the limits between the two beaches.
Mouries beach, Halkidiki, Greece
Mouries The beach gets its name from the homonymous small settlement. It's small beach, sandy at the center with little pebbles on the edges and few patrons.
Dionisiou beach, Halkidiki, Greece
Dionisiou Beach is located on the shores of the Thermaikos Gulf and only 3.5 km before N.Moudania. Long beach belonging to the homonymous village Dionysius.
Portaria beach, Halkidiki, Greece
Then Dionisiou beach is the haven of the village of Portaria lies a few kilometers to the mainland. The beach is sandy and Portaria with little organization. You will find a beach bar to enjoy your coffee and quieter places to relax.
Chrisi Amoudia, Nea Moudania, Halkidiki, Greece
The beach of Moudania is quite long and extends from the port of New Moudanion to Portaria. But it's the particularity, unidirectional. You must move from the port to the north, Portaria and why not unlike the way most of the one-way street, especially in front of the big hotel unit hosting the middle of the beach.
Gremia beach, Nea Moudania, Halkidiki, Greece
Gremia (Nea Moudania) Extremely beautiful beach, desert and known to very few people, with residents seagulls. Only for lovers of adventure and risk.
Varkes beach, Halkidiki, Greece
The intersection of Moudania the city is in 60km. Three kilometers away, in the direction of the Kassandra peninsula there are a number of houses that block access to the coast. Only some vertical roads lead to it, but be careful to deadlocks.
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