61 Beaches of Mt Athos in Halkidiki


Discover 61 different beaches with crystal clear waters and goldensand, bays, little islands and green landscapes that will make you dream!

The Athos Peninsula is the easternmost part of Halkidiki and is an ideal summer destination.The peninsula has a three hundred kilometer coastline and numerous certified blue flag beaches. The area reserved to the Orthodox Monastic community of Mount Athos [Agion Oros] comprises 20 monasteries and other dependencies and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988; however it is only open to religious tourism. Mount Athos overlooks the Northern Aegean Sea. A number of areas within are protected as part of the European Convention Natura 2000 network.
Discover 61 different beaches with crystal clear waters and golden sand, bays, little islands – like Ammouliani - and green landscapes that will makeyour dream vacation come true!
If you prefer an exotic camping vacation in the arms of nature, next to clear bluewaters then why not try the beaches Zepko, Vasilitsi, Diavorvoro, Marmari, Ierisos Camping, Alykes Camping and Megali Ammos.
Sunbathe by the crystal clear waters of Arsana and Chiliadou (shingle beaches), Kakoudia, Mousiou,Tratovoli, Faka, Kastri, and Kouri (sandy beaches). You can also enjoy the peaceful pine landscapes that reach up to the sea at Sykia, Kefalas and Nea Roda – Metaleio beaches.
If you are looking for turquoise beaches offering facilities such as sunbeds, changing cabins,showers, bars, and restaurants, visit one of the following: Chrysi Akti, Vina, Vourvourou, Stratoni, Ierissos, Nea Roda, Megali Ammos, Agios Georgios, Alykes, Xiro Potami (Gomati Area), Develiki and Pyrgos.

Rejuvenate yourselves by the cool waters at Limani (Nea Roda), Komitsa – Camping, Komitsa – Ktima Hatzi, Drenia, Penna, Artemi and Gialakia. If tropical white sandy beaches are your thing, try Kampos, Petalidi, Tigani (Ammouliani), Karagatsi (Ammouliani), Komitsa, Kleisouri, Karvounoskala and Zougla beaches!

For more info check here: www.mountathosarea.org