A few words about Chalkidiki

Chalkidiki is a Greek peninsula in the northern part of the Aegean Sea.
In everyday conversation, the three smaller peninsulas referred to as “fingers”.
The first finger Kassandra is traditionally considered as the centre of entertainment.
The second Sithonia is an oasis of untouched nature with a fragrant pine forest.
The third “finger” of the peninsula is a monastic republic of Mount Athos, with its 20 beautiful monasteries.
Each year, the beaches of the peninsula receive the Blue Flag – an international award by the Foundation for Environmental Education, which recognises the cleanest beaches in the world.