Vourvourou is a unique destination in Halkidiki and its beaches are no exception. Karidi beach is the favorite beach that everybody coming to Vourvourou knows about. This shallow pool-like bay is not just drop-dead gorgeous but it’s the perfect family hang out.
Other notable beaches in Vourvourou are Livari beach – get up early to see a sunrise that has no equal or put up your umbrella on this narrow strip where the most difficult decision is… on which side you will swim! Be a happy camper and linger on the camping beaches of Zografou and La Cara. Sip a cool beer from the beach bar on the in vogue Rodia beach. Undeveloped Fava beach just may end up becoming your favorite.
Vourvourou with its nine islands, protected waters like the ‘Blue Lagoon’ and endless hidden coves is a very special place. Of all of our Vourvourou beaches we have not included any beaches on Diaporos island or the other 8 islands. We will leave these Sithonia secret beaches for you to stumble upon when you come and rent a boat to explore.
Karidi beach has its main beach and a second beach to the south. These beaches are real magnets for tourists in the summer and one of Sithonia’s most sought after beaches. Photogenic Karidi is often in websites and magazines as a picture to lure you to Sithonia’s fantastic gems. There read more
Livari beach is one of the most photographed beaches in Vourvourou and is really something special in Halkidiki. With the sun rising over the towering Mt. Athos it reflects on the smooth water surface and makes for spectacular early morning photos. Livari is actually a thin sandbar consisting of fine read more
Vourvourou beach is the thin sandy coastline bordering the village of Vourvourou that stretches for several kilometers. The beach is divided into parts and is often integrated as part of hotel property. Most people who use this beach are guests of the local hotels. The exception to this rule is read more
Zografou beach is a small out of the way beach south of Vourvourou. It is organized by a campsite called Porto Elea and they have really done a great job. The beach itself is a mix of sand and pebble and the water has a rocky bottom. Behind the beach read more
Koutloumousiou is the beach that is located within the La Cara campsite. Access to the beach is only through the campsite gate which charges 3 euros a person. Because of this the beach is not crowded. Koutloumousiou beach is well organized with sun-beds and umbrellas. There are water sports possibilities, read more
Banana beach now goes by the name Rodia, is on the east side of Sithonia about 10 km south of Vourvourou. The beach is small and at the end of a steep valley that ends with the beach. It is quite sheltered by the cliffs that surround it from 3 read more
Bahia beach is next door and to the south of Zografou beach. There is a beach bar called Bahia that organizes the beach and has turned the beach into a real hip hangout for young people. The whole beach is covered with sun-beds and umbrellas and not so easy if read more
Oneirou beach is a camping beach between Vourvourou and Sarti, but they have also cleverly made themselves into a day beach with a really cushy beach bar and restaurant. The camping occupies the south half of the beach where there is no organization. The northern part has sun-beds that fill read more
Galini beach is north of Vourvourou still in the bay that is protected by Diaporos. This beach is more like several small sandy beaches along the steep coastline. There are houses and villas scattered throughout the pine trees which grow all the way to the water and give shade over read more
Fteroti beach is a small beach north of Livari beach in Vourvourou. The small community of villas make good use of this beach and moor their fishing boats in the calm bay. There is no organization on this beach. The beach is in an olive grove with pine trees that read more
Fava beach is just south of Karidi beach in Vourvourou. This beach is actually 3 beaches next to each other that are favorites of the locals. The coast is elevated with many homes and villas on the cliff and the beaches are down below and sheltered by the cliffs and read more
Bara beach is about 5 kilometers south of Vourvourou. There are 2 beaches and both are stone beaches. Nobody really comes here except for perhaps some nudists, so you may be the only person on this beach. There is no development on Bara beach. The beach is not even pebble read more