Like the Trident of Poseidon in the Aegean, the Halkidiki peninsula will enchant you with the magical combination of nature, gastronomy and culture. All three “feet” – Kassandra, Sithonia, Athos – protect their natural wealth in the best way. Endless lacy beaches, unique archeological sites, world-famous monuments of Christianity and many unexplored treasures compose its multifaceted identity.

Mount Athos

Stavros is the only land road that leads to Mount Athos. In just 69 km you reach Ouranoupolis and from there you can enjoy the cruise around Mount Athos with the dolphins that often accompany the ship. More information:

Ancient Stageira

The most important historical site of Halkidiki, the homeland of Aristotle, just 13 km from Stavros. The tour is a real pleasure overlooking the sea.


A small enchanting island, the only inhabited in Macedonia, just opposite Mount Athos. Around this a complex of smaller islands Drenia, ideal for fishing, swimming and diving. Surrounded by the sea breeze and the feeling of hospitality of the locals, it offers many accommodation and entertainment options.

Barbara Waterfalls

Beautiful path in the beautiful nature and swimming in the waterfall.


A modern large city, with over 1 million inhabitants, is the largest urban center of Northern Greece. It is located in a fertile land that grows around the rivers Axios, Galliko and Loudia, the lakes Koronia and Volvi, but also the seas of Thermaikos and Strymonikos Gulf. The symbol of the city is the White Tower. It dominates the beach and now hosts, as a museum, wonderful collections concerning the Byzantine history of Thessaloniki. The city is known for its quality entertainment.

Rentina Forest

The forest of Rentina is located on the sides of the river Richio, known as Makedonika Tempi, where the castle of Rentina dominates. It is also worth visiting Agia Marina, the pre-Byzantine church with its special architecture and miraculous icons. In Rentina you can also enjoy horse riding.

Volvi Lakes - Apollonia Forest - Apollonia Baths

Lake Volvi is the second largest lake in Greece, where bird watching, bird photography, windsurfing, canoeing, kitesurfing, horseback riding, cycling and hiking are recommended. Next to the lake is the forest of Apollonia and the baths of Apollonia in modern facilities, with many healing properties, ideal for recreation and relaxation.

Lake Koronia

Lake Koronia is popular for bird watching and photography.

Loutra Lagada

The thermal city of Lagadas has two byzantine tubs, which date back to the 900 and 1400 A.D. It also has two modern group tubs, 21 individual jacuzzis and 20 personal tubs. Face and body treatments, beauty and rehabilitation cares, personally adjusted for the needs of the visitors were created based on the curative water. The facilities are open throughout the year, seven days a week. In summer, it is open from 07:00 am to 23:00 pm and in winter from 08:00 am to 01:00 pm.

Alistrati Cave

In 70 km you can visit the wonder of nature and enjoy the stalactites and stalagmites. Open all year.


Wander around the cities and monuments of the ancient Macedonians. One of the most important centers of Hellenism during the Macedonian and Roman times and an apple of discord between the Spartans and the Athenians during the Peloponnesian War, Amphipolis is located 55 km south of Serres, near the mouth of the river Strymon. At the Archaeological Museum of the city the visitor can see coins and inscriptions, as well as rare finds from all its historical route.

Lake Kerkini

Its only wetland has been designated a National Park under the Ramsar Convention. It is one of the ten wetlands of International Importance in Greece. The lake offers the ideal conditions for bird watching.

Vergina - Pella

The town of Vergina is believed that is located in the place of ancient Aigai, capital city of ancient Macedonia, and it has become known worldwide from the discovery of their burial sites of the Macedonian kings and the burial monument of King Philip II, father of Alexander the Great . The city of Ancient Pella was founded by Archelaus I (413-399 BC) to become the new capital of the Macedonian state instead of Aigai (Vergina). Here is the largest palace in Macedonia, with an area of 70 acres, where Alexander the Great was born, educated and manned.

Philippi - Kavala

The ancient theater of Philippi is a remarkable and important monument. It is located at the foot of the citadel hill and rests on the eastern wall of the city of Philippi. Opposite the ancient theater are the ruins of the ancient city of Philippi. The city got its name in 356 BC. by the father of Alexander the Great, Philip II. Kavala, a historic, beautiful city, amphitheatrically built by the sea, combines mountain and sea, picturesqueness and modern life, archeological tours and exciting excursions, cultural action and tranquility in nature.

Loutra Pozar

Loutra Pozar area and is one of the most therapeutic spas in Greece. The waterfalls in Loutra Pozar is indeed a miracle of nature. A large swimming pool with thermal water springs from the bowels of the earth.