The most beautiful trips to Chalkidiki Athos

What to visit and see at Chalkidiki Athos

Petr Liška
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The most beautiful trips to Chalkidiki Athos
Inserted: 17.06.2021
Author: Petr Liška ©
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The northernmost of the three fingers of Chalkidiki is called Athos. Its western part belongs to Greece and the eastern part to a relatively autonomous monastic state, where women are forbidden to enter. Here you will find beautiful beaches and monasteries. Let's see where to go on a trip here

Cruise along the monastic state of Athos

Beautiful views of monasteries and mountains

| Altitude: -5 m / -16 ft

The most popular boat trip from Ouranopoli is undoubtedly the three-hour cruise to the impressive sacred… continue reading

Trip to Kakoudia beach

Beach with beautiful cliffs

| Altitude: 1 m / 3 ft

Just a few kilometers north of Lerissos, next to the apartment village of Nautilus you will find the… continue reading

Tour of Ouranoupoli

Beaches and attractions in Ouranoupoli

| Altitude: 5 m / 16 ft

Ouranoupoli is the largest tourist resort on the northern tip of Chalkidiki. You will find a number of nice… continue reading

Trip to Drenia

The nearest trip from Ouranoupole

| Altitude: 1 m / 3 ft

Just south of Ouranoupole there are several small islands – Drenie. A cruise to the local beach is probably… continue reading

Hike from Ouranopolis on the border of the state of Athos

Along the beaches to the monastic state

| Altitude: 4 m / 13 ft

From Ouranopolis you can go all the way to the „end of Greece“ on an unpaved road leading along the coast.… continue reading

Beaches between Athos and Sithonia

Beaches between the fingers of Chalkidiki

Altitude: 12 m / 39 ft

If you go on a car trip around Chalkidiki – along the road between the northern finger of Athos and the… continue reading

Nea Roda and Komitsa beach

Swimming in the north of Chalkidiki

Altitude: 1 m / 3 ft

Nea Roda is a fishing village on the only road leading to the northernmost finger of Chalkidiki – Athos. So… continue reading

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