Kallithea beach Kallithea is regarded as one of the most popular, Blue Flag awarded beaches in the Kassandra peninsula, offering various tourist facilities. It is well-organized with a range of restaurants, beach bars and water sports activities available.
Kallithea (translated 'good view') is located in the central eastern part of the Kassandra-peninsula. Due to its privileged position it is also the touristic center of the region. Many large hotels as well as small apartments have settled in this area.
Kalithea (Kallithea) is the beach where many locals like to gather every day. The attraction is partly the sort distance from Rhodes town, partly the glamour of the magnificent Baths built here by the Italians (no longer in operation), as well as the obvious delights of mezedes and the tiny inlets and coves with their sculptured rocks and clear green water.
Nea Fokea is a charming fishing village about 70 km far from Thessaloniki and known for fish restaurants and traditional cafes. Its popularity among tourists grows each year, and it contains many hotels and apartments, cafes, restaurants, taverns and shops.
Temple of Ammon Zeus in Kallithea One of the most important temples are located in Halkidiki, is that of Ammon Zeus in Kallithea. According to archaeologists, during the second half of the 8th century BC was founded by colonists Euboeans city Afytis sanctuary of Dionysus was worshiped together with the Nymphs in the cavern beneath the rock, on the southwest side of the site .