In the historical village of Stagira, in a magnificent location at an altitude of about 500 m, next to the remains of Mahala, the capital of Manemohoria, is the Aristotle's Aristotle. It is the only theme park in Chalkidiki that hosts the imposing statue of Aristotle, the work of sculptor Nicholas
The most important historic site of Halkidiki, ancient Stagira, is located on the Lietoki Peninsula, next to the current Olympics. Browsing is a real treat. If you want to see them all you know how you will need at least 2 to 3 hours and do not miss the coastal path which is wonderful.
The waterfalls of Barbara
Barbara's waterfalls are hidden in the dense forest of Varvara. Following the asphalted forest road Varvara -
Agia Paraskevi alley
It is located in Arnea and is one of the most popular recreation areas. It is one of the most popular recreation areas and is only 2 km from Arnea. Walking through the oaks of Agia Paraskevi, the homonym church and the refreshments will revive you and relax you.
Traditional Settlement of Arnea
Arnaia is one of the most beautiful mountain settlements in Halkidiki. It is built at the foot of Mount Holomontas, at an altitude of 600 m. It is about 70 km from Thessaloniki. The settlement is built amphitheatrically in a lush landscape with rich forests and abundant running waters. Arnaia still keeps a sample of an old local community with regard to its urban and architectural character.
During the summer months you can visit and enjoy nearby beaches of the area:
We are located in one of the most beautiful areas of North America. Chalkidiki and from here you can visit dozens of destinations that will give you the pleasure of a variety of activities: sights, magical routes, hospitable villages, beaches, archaeological sites and others that let you discover it yourself …
It is located at an altitude of 600 meters and is besieged by dense vegetation with chestnuts, beech trees, cedar trees and oak trees that create a unique setting.
It was founded around 1500 AD. and is mentioned as one of the Manemo villages. Its name has remained the same for centuries. The Turks called it "Geniki" (Neo Horio) and the Slavs "Novoselo".