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…
Toroni beach in the village of Toroni is an extremely long “Blue Flag” beach that lives up to all the hype. This beach is so large and the tourists so few that it almost always appears to be quite empty. The setting of Toroni beach is quite spectacular with the read more
Tristinika beach is a spectacular long beach just north of Toroni and can be compared to Toroni beach minus the development. The beach is popular with free campers that could almost fill the north end of the beach in the high season. The only organization on Tristinika is from a read more
Destinika beach is Toroni’s beach with individuality. This little calm bay comes in between and divides the long Toroni and Tristinika beaches pretty much in half. And while Toroni and Tristinika are almost identical in character, Destinika just has to be different as we will explain. This beach is often read more
Aretes beach north of Toroni is the start of a series of beaches on this coast that are rarely visited. Here you can still get a taste of what Halkidiki was like 30 years ago. The Aretes beach is actually a bay with 3 beaches. On the south beach (largest read more
Azapiko beach is a dominating beach in Sithonia’s wild west. This area is far away from the main road and difficult to get to, so people don’t really know about it. Azapiko is long and divided into 2 parts by a hill. The bay is wide open to the sea read more
Korakas beach is a little sand spit at the north end of Toroni beach. There is a small rock island at the point and the sand has filled in between the island and the mainland forming two small beaches. In the peak season you can see the center of the read more
Agios Georgios is another one of the few off the radar beaches in Sithonia. Not just one beach but actually four beaches, two of these are overgrown with grass and are not good candidates as a good sunbathing beach but they would make a good camping spot. Usually there is read more