The west coast of Halkidiki features beautiful sea-shores that combine crystal blue waters, sandy beaches and amazing pine-tree forests. The picturesque seaside villages offer a lively nightlife, a great range of taste proposals all through the day, as well as sports opportunities that will satisfy everyone!
The west coast is also a place of great archaeological interest, hosting unique natural monuments such as the Petralona cave.
Dionysiou - Dionisiou is a village that has 1303 inhabitants who multiply during the summer as the village represents a “summer’s refugee” for thousands of tourists. Nea Flogita - Nea Flogita is a seaside village built amphitheatrically with a view to Thermaikos Gulf. Simantra - Simantra is near the Nea Moudania, with 2526 inhabitants, who are mainly occupied with agriculture and trade. Petralona - The first settlement built by Pontus in Asia Minor. Olinthos - Located in West coast of Halkidiki and it is lowland. The distance from Polygyro is 24 km. Nea Triglia - It is located about 4 km from the west coast of Halkidiki to the Thermaikos Gulf and the agrarian region extends to the shoreline Nea Plagia - The first settlement was built in 1924 by refugees from Eastern Thrace. Nea Moudania - The town has an intense tourist and financial activity, and aspires becoming the educational center of Halkidiki Nea Kallkiratia - Nea Kallkiratia was established after the refugee destruction in 1922, mainly by the residents who came from kallikrateia Saint Mamas - Is a village with 1342 inhabitants, which is located between the peninsulas of Kassandra and Sithonia