Like any place in Greece, Sarti and Sithonia have their own great ‘story’ and colorful history. The second leg of Chalkidiki is believed to have been created by the Gods during the times of gigantomachy
Deep down along the east coast of this gorgeous peninsula lies a picturesque fishing village called Sarti. Recently popularized by numerous tourists, it has developed into a real have-it-all little town. It has many taverns,
Porto Koufo (Deaf harbor) - the largest natural harbor in Greece. This amazing fishing village and its beach are located in the very south of Sithonia just 2 kilometers south of Toroni, about 23 kilometers
Sithonia peninsula in Chalkidiki, Greece is the place to visit if you want to experience the perfection of sandy beaches, the joy of turquoise sea, the excitement of ancient history as well as the magnificent taste of well-known Greek food.