Nikiti beach is in the village of Nikiti. Recent years has seen it undergo massive development as a boardwalk was built and the restaurants and bars nicely arranged along the beach. Stretching several kilometers this narrow strip of sand fills up with tourists, who are flocking to Nikiti as one of Sithonia’s most popular higher end destinations.
The beach is well organized with sun beds and umbrellas. The marina on the north part of the beach harbors sailboats and yachts and is classified as a ‘Blue Flag’ marina. Nikiti conveniently has just about everything it can offer right by the beach so there is no need to go far for anything.
The beach itself has beautiful white sand that continues into the sea. Water clarity is a little affected because of the sand. The sea bottom can have some pebbles and stones, so you may need water shoes to access the water in places. The south end of Nikiti beach has less development and less people, so you will find this part quieter.
What’s great about Nikiti BeachWell developed beach with a nice promenade. Great sunsets from the promenade. Water is shallow and good for children.
And what’s not…Water not crystal clear and pebbles on the sea bottom.
Access to Nikiti is easy. When you reach the traffic lights in town, turn right and continue straight until the beach. There is parking on the beach strip but gets filled quickly.