Sightseeings

Acountry house of the Roman period, with mosaic flooring and many marble architectural parts, was found in 1972 by the sea in the beach of Megali Kipsa. In the same area an Early Christian temple was built later, which, according to archeologists, had many similarities to the architecture of the[…]

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The Sanctuary of Zeus Ammon is one of the most important temples in Halkidiki. The Sanctuary of Dionysus was founded in the second half of the 8th century B.C. by Euboean who settled in Afitis and was worshiped with the Nymphs in the cave beneath the rock on the southwest[…]

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The Folklore Museum was founded in 2014 by the Cultural Association of Polichrono Halkidiki. It is located behind St. Athanasios Church and next to the community office. The museum aims to maintain the cultural and intellectual heritage of the village hosting an exhibition of farming tools, equipment and utensils used[…]

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Mount Athos has been, since the end of the 10th century, the most important center of Orthodox monasticism and one of the top world heritage sites.

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The ancient Stagira is located about 500 m southeast of today’s settlement of Olympiada, on a small, mountainous and beautiful location in east Halkidiki

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The cave was accidentally discovered in 1959 by Fillipos Chatzaridis, a local shepherd looking for a spring, and it rose to world fame in 1960

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