Goa is a sandy isolated beach surrounded by cliff and having a magnificent view of Mt. Athos. Located about 2km south of Sarti, it has been named after Goa Beach Bar operating there.
This is not a single beach but rather a group of bays, forming a beautiful coastline south of the resort of Porto Carras, Halkidiki. With a length of about 9 km and more than 25 bays, called “limanakia” (little ports), the area is a small marvel of natural beauty.
This is a small sandy beach at the outskirts of Nikiti. The beach is enclosed by two little capes. One of them ends in a little rocky island which marks the whole place. It is a beautiful beach with calm and clean water, not yet well-known to the visitors.
This is a long beach indeed. Located in between Agios Nikolaos town up to the hills and the diamond-ring-like coastline of Vourvourou further to the south, Livrochio (or Tranni Ammouda) is a vast sandy beach and a place of historical importance.
This is a remote beach on the south east part of Sithonia peninsula. The place has wonderful colors and the sand is excellent. There is a camping site on the south part of the beach but most of it is free for visitors.
Ampelos is a narrow fjord-like bay on the southern part of Sithonia near Sikia. The place is exceptional: rolling hills with low vegetation and the eternal sound of the waves splashing on the defying rocky shore. This rough and lonely landscape is surprisingly interrupted by a pretty beach at the end of Ampelos bay.
This is a beach that may inspire you, a beach you could get in love without understanding it. A long straight beach it is, which is pretty unusual for Sithonia. Here the mountainous terrain of the peninsula is not yet dominant. So you get a rather linear impression when traveling south from Nikiti to Agios Ioannis.
Going further to the south of Sykia on the eastern part of Sithonia, you will notice a change in the terrain morphology. The place becomes harsh with less trees and abrupt rocks colliding with the waves of the Aegean. Rather unexpectedly, there is one last great beach there, at the southern tip of Sithonia. It is Kalamitsi.
Koviou is a small bay wedged in the rocky coastline between Ai Yiannis and Kalogria, about 3km south of Nikiti. The water has a magnificent turquoise color; the sand on the beach is white and warm under the hot summer sun.
If you travel down the east side of Sithonia in a hot August day, at about 15km after Vourvourou, you will see a lot of cars parked aside of the narrow road. That is naturally unexpected for a first time visitor. However, it is totally natural, because this is the entrance of Armenistis, maybe the most famous beach in Sithonia.
Elia is a long thin beach south of Nikiti, just after Kalogria & Spathies. A forest of alternating pine and olive trees climbs down Mt. Itamos and meets the sea in Elia. The trees bend over the narrow coastline creating a dramatic landscape. Into the forest, there are numerous accommodation facilities among Athena Palace, a premium hotel at the entrance of the beach area.
This is not a single beach. It is a long rocky coastline on the east side of Sithonia, interrupted by small enclaves of well hidden sandy beaches thus creating an astonishing natural environment especially when explored by boat.
This is a spacious sandy beach located in south Sithonia, near Toroni. The white thin sand and the blue green water makes a perfect contradiction with the mountainous terrain of the place.
This a little precious jewel in the crown of Sithonia, an exotic beach featuring white sand and rocks, a pine tree grove and turquoise water.
This is one of the most well-known beaches of Sithonia. Located about 7km north of Neos Marmaras and 13km south of Nikiti, Lagomandra is a place of true natural beauty. The beach is over 1km long and it is divided in three parts by two little rocky capes.
Kalogria beach is a must for visitors staying near Nikiti or Neos Marmaras, so be prepared for a crowded place at high season. Nevertheless, the place is really beautiful and it deserves a visit even in its October emptiness.