Routes in Kassandra Peninsula


Discover the hidden gems of Halkidiki through hiking and cycling.

Archaeological sites, Byzantines churches, wetlands, hidden and endless beaches, turquoise water and blooming forests are waiting for you to be explored and make your holidays remarkable. We recommend our visitors a choice of good and accessible routes.
Roundtrip Kassandra: get the chance to have a nice overview about the area, in an easy and accessible route of approximately 85km. A motor vehicle is required. Your journey starts from Kallithea and it ends to Kallithea too. A beautiful journey through forest landscapes, olive groves, beaches with a view to the Aegean Sea, and also a visit of the historic seaside chapel from the 16th century in Naa Skioni. 
Route: Kallithea – Kryopigi – Polychrono – Haniotis –Pefkohori – Paliouri – Agia Paraskeui – Loutra – Nea Skioni – Mola Kalyva –Kalandra – Skala Fourkas – Siviri – Kallithea

Coastal Journey: start from Siviri, heading into Sani and the Port of Sani Village. The landscape of this 9km. route is beautifully wooded and leads to several places with a stunning view. There are many places of archaeological interest too, such as the ancient roman house in great Kypsa.

Route: Siviri – Stefani – Kypsa – Port Sani

Route on the Ridge with fantastic view: The route starts from Fourka and it ends to Aghia Paraskevi. It is a route of 22k, on a good country road with many sights and a gorgeous view. On your right, you can see Athos, the third peninsula of Halkidiki and the holy mountain and on your left, you can admire Olympus, the highest mountain of Greece.


Route through the Wetlands: Beginning in the port area of Sani, this route passes through beautiful landscapes, forests, wetlands and the nature protected area Natura 2000 of the region Nea Fokea. It continuous to Gerani, where you can see an impressive archeological site. The route finishes where you started. The route is about 10km.