There is no better way to end a day in Halkidiki than watching the sunset from the peace and tranquility of our sea kayaks.
Enjoy a romantic sunset at Nikiti Halkidiki, while you get in touch with the art of sailing
A romantic sunset is provided from Nikiti Halkidiki every evening at 18:30
Live the ultimate Sailing experience within a day at Nikiti Halkidiki
A memorable sailing experience day can be enjoyed exploring the treasures of Kelyfos island and the natural harbors near Porto Carras Resort.
On board you can enjoy meals of your preference and be assured of the services of an experienced skipper.
Unique experience cruise with Motor Yacht 10 in the blue waters of Sithonia in Halkidiki.
Vessels are one Mancini 16.5 m, which can accommodate up to 10 people
Mount Olympus is the highest mountain of Greece, its highest peak Mytikas or Pantheon rising to 2.918 meters (9.570 feet). According to Greek mythology, Mount Olympus was the house of the Twelve Olympian Gods, while in 1938 Olympus became the first location ever to have been declared National Park in Greece, with the aim to protect its natural wealth.
Vergina is situated at about 80 km. away from Thessaloniki. In the ancient times, the name of Vergina was Aigai and it was the first capital of the Kingdom of Macedon.
Filippoi was an ancient city of Eastern Macedonia, Known under the name of Krenides. The history of Filippoi settlement begins as early as 360 BC, when colonists from Thasos set the foundations of the original city, Krenides. When threatened by Thracians in 356 BC, they seek for the help of Phillip II (father of Alexander the Great) who, having seen into its financial and strategic importance takes over the city, fortifies it and renames it Filippoi.