Welcome to Halkidiki
Halkidiki is a place that offers great opportunities for sailing adventurous holidays and without doubt has the finest amazingly beautiful golden beaches in Greece.
The region is comprised of three peninsulas, otherwise known as “the legs” – Kassandra, Sithonia and Athos. All three places are blessed by nature and your encounter with their beauty will be an unforgettable experience. Get the chance to sail and explore Halkidiki by boat and feel like a local while enjoying the mesmerizing scenery, delicious food and many unique activities.
Sandy beaches and crystal clear waters waiting for you
Ammouliani island is an idyllic mix of sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Any visit to this specific island is not complete without you walking on the warm sand at night under the moonlight. Choose a yacht to discover the beauties of the island and book a multi day cruise to include this unique destination in your route.
Οne of the safest natural ports in the world awaits to offer you anchorage!
In the end of Sithonia peninsula, one of the safest natural ports in the world awaits to offer you anchorage! It’s name “Koufo” (Deaf in greek) declares the absence of any sound inside the port no matter how furious is the sea outside. Because of its position and impressive depth of more than 1000m just outside of the entrance, it used to work as a shelter for submarines during WWII. Today, there is a small village with many fishermen who offer a delicious variety of fresh fish food in every tavern you will find! The old port can host a number of sailing yachts and offers them a safe and calm shelter for the night.
This complex of islands is the ideal place to explore with a sailing yacht as the various anchoring spots offer both safety and beauty! Maybe one of the best places to enjoy the sunset of Halkidiki and to enjoy private moments with your company. Numerous sandy beaches and all that crystal clear water made Diaporos among the most beautiful places in N. Greece! Don’t hesitate to find a nice spot on board and spend the night under the stars…