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Halkidiki Kassandra Beaches - Afitos, Nea Moudania, Kriopigi, Pefkohori, Possidi, Sani Beach Halkidiki Greece


KASSANDRA BEACHES The peninsula of Kassandra Halkidiki Greece is renowned for its stunning beaches, most of which are organized and provide tourist facilities. Apart from the pristine sand, many Kassandra beaches are lined with evergreen trees that offer shade, aroma and beauty.

Just before the entrance of Kassandra is the long, sandy beach of Nea Moudania, which offers a range of water sports facilities and several beach bars. On the opposite side, at the exit of Kassandra Peninsula, is the very long sandy beach of Agios Mamas. Upon entering Kassandra Halkidiki, you will find the stunning Nea Potidea Beach, with sparkling azure waters. Traveling down the eastern side of Kassandra, you will come across the sandy beach of Nea Fokea and the exquisite, well-organized beach in Afitos (Afytos), with soft sands, turquoise waters and trees.

Below Afitos is the seaside town of Kallithea with its wonderful sandy Kassandra beaches and clear waters, and Kriopigi Beach ( Pigadakia Beach), known for its lush vegetation and white sands. Towards the southeastern coast of Kassandra Halkidiki, is the long stretch of sand in Polychrono, the evergreen-lined sandy beach of Chanioti and the splendid Pefkochori Beach, with green-blue waters. Along the tip of peninsula are several lovely Kassandra beaches, such as Chryssi Ammos, Alonaki, Xyna, Avlaki and Agios Georgios.

On the southwestern coast are the medicinal springs of Agia Paraskevi, the wide, sandy beach of Nea Skioni and the pebbly/shingly beach of Mola Kalyva. Continuing northwards, you will find the sandy/pebbly beach and clear blue waters of Possidi and the beach of Fourka, with is soft sands beneath the lush hillside. On the northwestern side of the peninsula are two beautiful Kassandra beaches: Siviri Beach and Sani Beach, both of which are sandy and offer azure waters, while the latter is lined with pine trees.