All Beaches


Halkidiki beaches are the best beaches in Greece, but Sithonia wins the prize for the top beaches in Halkidiki. With about 100 beaches and most of them having perfect white sand, Sithonia is a beach lovers paradise that is just starting to be discovered. If you need help to choose, take a look at our 10 best beaches in Sithonia page.

Of all the beaches included on SithoniaGreece.com there are 16 spectacular Blue Flag beaches. Many other strikingly beautiful beaches have minimal organization and appeal to those in search of natural beach beauty. Some Sithonia beaches have very shallow water like a large children’s pool and ideal playgrounds for families while other beaches drop off just a few meters from the shore and are ideal for swimming, diving and other watersports. Many east coast beaches of Sithonia award you with a view of the impressive Mount Athos where as the west coast beaches will soothe you with their richly warm evening sunsets.

Sithonia has a beach for everyone, you might even be a lonely soul on one of Sithonia’s isolated and difficult to get to beaches! Yes, if you could do a beach a day, you will need to come to Sithonia for the whole summer! So, let’s start planning…



  • Tourkolimnionas beach

    • Shallow water
    • Beach bar
    • Food
    • Sun beds
    • Snorkeling
    • Toilets
    • Shower

    Tourkolimnionas beach is a splendid little beach at the end of the road east of Sykia. The inlet allows for calm waters where fishing boats tend to anchor. If you come here, be sure to bring your snorkel and a mask to help pass the afternoon. The beach is organized read more

  • Tripotamos beach

    • Undeveloped
    • Camping

    Tripotamos beach is north of Neos Marmaras and south of Lagomandra beach in the small community called Tripotamos. The beach stretches for several kilometers and is more of a narrow sandy strip that widens out in some parts. The beach is often shaded by the trees so you can have read more

  • Porto Carras main beach

    • Beach bar
    • Food
    • Sun beds
    • Water sports
    • Toilets
    • Shower

    The Porto Carras main beach is part of the Porto Carras resort and they have strict control about who can access this beach. It is a first-rate beach with ‘Blue Flag’ status and on the Blue Flag website site is called Porto Carras “Blue Flag 1”, since the resort has read more

  • Porto Carras hidden beaches

    • Undeveloped
    • Sun beds

    The Porto Carras hidden beaches are 25+ small isolated coves that are part of the Porto Carras resort. The property continues for 9 kilometers along the coast and allows the guests to even book their own private beach. Each one is in a spectacular setting among pine trees and often read more

  • Castello beach

    • Shallow water
    • Beach bar
    • Food
    • Sun beds
    • Camping
    • Water sports
    • Toilets
    • Shower

    Castello beach is actually part of Tripotamos beach that widens at this point and is organized by the campsite called Castello. This is in reality just a continuation of Tripotamos beach. The beach is in a shallow bay and has a delightful garden with palm trees and a boardwalk. The read more

  • Spalathronisia camping beach

    • Undeveloped
    • Food
    • Camping
    • Snorkeling
    • Toilets

    The Spalathronisia camping beach is part of a camping site in this seldom visited part of Sithonia. These two beaches are narrow sandy strips that are well shaded by trees that grow just meters from the water. Ones who know about this beach don’t want to give the secret away read more

  • Spalathronisia beach

    • Undeveloped
    • Food
    • Camping
    • Snorkeling

    Spalathronisia is an isolated part of Sithonia just south of Neos Marmaras. Here are several beaches and islands that make a small archipelago, which is something unique on the western shore of Sithonia. The Spalathronisia beach is a small beach with a pier for boats to dock. Tourists come here read more

  • Schinia beach

    • Shallow water
    • Undeveloped
    • Snorkeling

    Schinia beach is the beach north of Trani Ammouda. This beach follows a dirt road as a narrow pebble strip, but then the north end widens into a decent sized beach. The area is very isolated since the road leads only to a few houses and small family apartments. People read more

  • Sithon Beach Vatopedi

    • Shallow water
    • Beach bar
    • Food
    • Sun beds
    • Camping
    • Water sports
    • Toilets
    • Shower

    Sithon beach is part of Vatopedi beach west of Metamorfosi. The beach is organized by the Sithon campsite that is just behind the beach. The location is very tranquil and located in a dense grove of pine trees that stretch all the way to the beach and at points the read more

  • Valti beach

    • Shallow water
    • Beach bar
    • Food
    • Sun beds
    • Camping
    • Toilets
    • Shower

    Valti beach is in a bay just north of Sykia beach. This medium sized beach is in the camping zone of Sithonia and is a big hit with campers. From this beach you get a good side view of Mount Athos, but the beach itself faces more south east to read more

  • Palataki beach

    • Undeveloped
    • Snorkeling

    Palataki beach is a very isolated beach on Sithonia’s southern tip south of Porto Koufo. You cannot arrive at this part with a car unless you have a 4×4, or a mountain bike so chances are you will not cross another soul on Palataki. There is no development on Palataki, read more

  • Agia Kiriaki beach

    • Undeveloped
    • Food
    • Camping
    • Snorkeling

    Agia Kiriaki means Saint Sunday and is a stunning beach as you look down on it from above. Situated in a large bay that protects the water from wind and waves, this beach looks very inviting. It’s not easy to get to Agia Kiriaki at the end of a lonely read more

  • Tigania beach (North Kriaritsi)

    • Beach bar
    • Food
    • Sun beds
    • Camping
    • Snorkeling
    • Toilets

    Tigania beach is just north of Kriaritsi and embraces several small coves hidden among the rocks much to the fashion of the popular Orange beach. This is a Greek beach as most of the cars parked here can tell you. Those who come here have managed to set up a read more

  • Monopetro Beach

    • Sun beds
    • Snorkeling

    Monopetro beach is located a few kilometers west of Metamorfosi. This beach is in front of a small family hotel called Monopetro. The coast in this part of Halkidiki faces south so it is sun-drenched from morning till evening and the water warms up nicely. Because the beaches are more read more

  • Mitari beach

    • Beach bar
    • Food
    • Sun beds
    • Camping
    • Water sports
    • Snorkeling
    • Toilets
    • Shower

    Mitari beach is a cute little bay on the Elia coast. The beach is inside the campsite Mitari and is probably all of 100 m long. To use this beach you need to enter through the gate of the campsite. There is some organization that the campsite cares for such read more

  • Marathias beach

    • Undeveloped
    • Snorkeling

    Marathias beach is a small beach in the southern tip of Sithonia by Porto Koufo. The beach itself is not a great beach that you would go out of your way for and is mainly used by locals who live the summer in the small community next to the beach. read more

  • Linaraki beach

    • Shallow water
    • Beach bar
    • Food
    • Sun beds
    • Snorkeling
    • Toilets
    • Shower

    Linaraki beach is a small beach south of the Sykia beach. This beach is cute as a button and has some great family accommodation and an affordable restaurant. There is some beach organization as the restaurant has put up umbrellas and sun-beds. Here you can have lunch with a terrific read more

  • Likithos beach

    • Beach bar
    • Food
    • Snorkeling
    • Toilets
    • Shower

    Likithos beach is a small cove that is the beach for the Likithos village. Nestled against a cliff, here you will get a view of the Cyclades in Halkidiki with a white washed hotel and cobblestone sidewalks. This place is a very isolated part of Sithonia south of Neos Marmaras. read more

  • Lemos beach

    • Undeveloped
    • Snorkeling

    Lemos beach represents the southern most point of Sithonia. This cape gives you a spectacular view south and on a clear day you may see the Sporades Islands to the south. To get here, you either walk a difficult road, take mountain or motor bikes or perhaps a 4×4 can read more