Dionysiou (Dionisiou) is a village that has 1303 inhabitants who multiply during the summer as the village represents a “summer’s…Read More
Kassandra is one of the Prefecture’s oldest municipalities, dating back to the 16th century. It was called after the Macedonian monarch Kassandros and the ancient town of Kassandra.
Following Kassandra’s demise in 1821, Kassandreia’s prominence grows, as it becomes the Metropolis’s administrative hub, as well as the home of the French and Dutch vice-consulates. Kassandreia. A town that stretches from Fourka to Sani. It’s a place with several gorgeous beaches with a green and blue theme. Kassandra’s established communities like Siviri, Elani, and Sani offer hospitality, comfort, and all the services required for tourists.
Its fresh seafood, wild life water resort, environmentally friendly architecture, and contemporary infrastructure seal the region. Kassandreia, Kassandra’s administrative centre. It is the region’s cultural, economic, and administrative hub.
The Municipal Conservatory, the Municipal Philharmonic, the dance company, and finally the Festival of Siviri, which is held every year in the open theatre of Siviri, are the greatest means to make Kassandreia a cultural hub. The town’s commercial centre status is assured by its modern idea and unique market organisation, as well as its multitude of stores that cater to all public needs.
Thanks to the market’s design, the visitor has an amazing experience just by walking around it. A area surrounded by established communities requires an administration that caters to both local and international visitors.