All To Do

What to do in Sithonia. Sithonia is the most fun filled peninsula in Halkidiki. The beaches are the main attraction but after some days or a week of sunning and sleeping you are bound to search for some action. Let us give tell you in a nut shell what you can do when in Sithonia.

Renting a boat to explore isolated beaches or islands is a popular activity – gain your freedom and you don’t even need a license. Bring your bike! You won’t regret the extra hastle, from cycling the Sithonia circuit to mountain-biking in the Sithonia mountains, a bicycle will allow you to go places no one else can. Diving is growing in popularity and is becoming more affordable, just give yourself enough time if you want to get your diving certificate. And Hiking. Hiking trails are abundant and the nature is remarkable, be sure to throw in a pair of trainers in the car.

Besides these activities, there is plenty to see and if Sithonia isn’t big enough for you than you will be overwhelmed with what there is to do in Halkidiki. Just remember, don’t return home more tired than when you came.

  • Bluewater boats

    Bluewater boats – rent a boat in Vourvourou. Bluewater boats in Vourvourou wants you to enjoy the best of Sithonia. Rent a boat for the day and have an unforgettable experience as you explore the nine islands of Vourvourou in Halkidiki. Diaporos and its archipelago is the reason many people read more

  • Nikiti Cycling Tour

    Distance: 55 km Road surface: 66% asphalt,  34% trail Difficulty level: easy – difficult Route type: The first part is easy, following the coastline with swimming opportunities, the second part is for more fit cyclists but gives fantastic views. Overview: You start at the monestary of Vatopediou, follow the asphalt read more

  • Cycle around Agios Pavlos springs

    Distance: 19 km Road surface: 11% asphalt   89% trail Difficulty level: difficult Route type: This tour is a short one around the Agios Pavlos springs. The ascents are steep and require some cycling experience. Overview:The tour begins along the coast of the Sithonia peninsula, giving you beautiful views of the read more

  • Biking up Mount Itamos

    Distance: 37 km Road surface: 41% asphalt  59% trail Difficulty level:  difficult Route type: A demanding route recommended for experienced cyclists. You get to the highest point on Sithonia at 811 meters – Mount Itamos. Overview: Starting in Neos Marmaras, you ride uphill on an asphalt road to the village read more

  • Coastal Bike Tour from Neos Marmaras

    Distance: 41 km Road surface: 73% asphalt, 27% trail Difficulty level: moderate Route type: cycling the coast along sandy coves and clear waters. Overview: You ascend from Neos Marmaras in behind the Porto Carras resort and enjoy cycling through the beautiful vineyards with wonderful views to the west, with the read more

  • Bike tour around Porto Koufo and Sykia

    Distance: 25 km Road surface: 40% asphalt  60% trail Difficulty level: difficult – moderately difficult Route type: Short demanding tour taking you to viewpoints. Overview:  From Porto Koufo you travel on the coastal road and then start to ascend on a sandy gravel road towards the interior. You continue for read more

  • Cycle Vourvourou ridges

    Distance: 32 km Road surface: 41% asphalt,  59% trail Difficulty level: moderately difficult Route type: A route through rocky landscape with views over Vourvourou. Overview: For the first third, you cycle from Vourvourou along the coast. From there you ascend up onto the ridge. The reason to come here is read more

  • Bike Tour through Porto Carras Vineyards

    Distance: 26 km Road surface: 11% asphalt, 89% trail Difficulty level: moderately difficult Route type: Takes you through vineyards, swimming coves, and did I say vineyards? Overview: Starting at the Porto Carras resort in Neos Marmaras, you head up into the vineyards of this massive estate. The whole route from read more

  • Hike from Elia beach

    Elia Beach – Agios Pavlos – Petros rock – Elia Walking time: 5 hours Elevation: 298 m This hike is quite an easy route which gives you a beautiful view over the bay. Heading east you first reach the church of St. Paul where legend has it he passed through read more

  • Toroni hike to hidden beach

    Hike: Toroni – Lecythus fortress – hidden beach Walking time: 1 hour   (3 km roundtrip) Elevation: 70 m This walk takes you past the ruins of Lecythus fortress at the south end of Toroni beach and along the coastline to an isolated small beach. From the highest point on the read more

  • Hike to Kriaritsi beach

    Hike: Kriaritsi beach, Sykia Walking time: 4 hours Elevation: 220 m This walk starts from the bus stop on the main Sithonia road and brings you to Kriartsi beach.  Not organized in any way and a campers paradise, this is truly one of Greece’s best beaches. View Kriartsi beach in read more

  • Hike to Sykia ridge

    Hike: Sykia ridge Walking time: 4 hours Elevation: 345 m This walk brings you above the village of Sikia to the ridge directly above. It will give you a beautiful view of the town and the surroundings. There will be some steep parts so be prepared with good footwear. For read more

  • Atlantis Diving Center

    Unique fun diving holidays and the new Atlantis Technical Academy Atlantis Diving Center in Nikiti, Halkidiki belongs to PADI, the worlds biggest diving organization. The highly qualified and experienced instructors of the diving centre are able to communicate in the English, German, Russian, Greek, Italian, Slovene, and Bulgarian languages to read more

  • Dolphin Diving Center

    Dolphin Diving Center in Kalamitsi is one of Halkidiki’s most renowned diving resorts. Explore the beauty of the Aegean with it’s fascinating colourful underwater world. We are an authorized PADI diving centre in Sithonia, Halkidiki, that offers training for all levels. Whether you are just curious of the the sport, read more