Possidi Paradise is located on the lively peninsula of Chalkidiki in Kassandra and set right in front of the sandy and clear beach in the heart of Possidi village. The south-facing Possidi beach has a nice promenade made of landscaping pavers and bordered with palm trees. There is a number of beach bars, restaurants, cafes and tavernas to choose from as well as organized Possidi beach.In just 20 minutes walking distance (1,9 km) along the beachfont you can reach fascinating Possidi Cape, a snow-white sandbar stretching deep into the sea. It is one of the most beautiful attractions in Kassandra. In a 7 minute ride there are Skala Fourka and Mola Kolyva beautiful beaches. International Macedonia Airport in Thessaloniki is about one hour drive (92 km) from Possidi Paradise.
Families, couples: holidays to Halkidiki offer the chance to enjoy modern amenities and explore ancient relics. With plenty to see and do for families and couples as well as for who will have a wide range of bars beach bars with music and a local club place in Kalithea.
Party Animals: Kassandra becomes a crescent of lights and music by night, hunt out the clubs in Kalithea or hop in various seafront bars in Hanioti or Pefkochori. If you are about to dance all day long get loud at Cabana beach or Umbrellas.
Beach lovers: you’ll be spoilt by a choice choice of countless sandy beaches of white sand around the Kassandra including breath-taking Mola Kalyva beach or Golden beach near Paliouri. Nea Potidea is one the longest beaches (15 km) in Kassandra. Sit back and soak up the Mediterranean sunshine. And when you’re ready to cool off, take a dip in the mild waters, they are perfect for swimming.
Foodies: Dine in style at modern, fine-dining restaurants or eat like the locals at a rustic, seaside taverna, serving fresh, simply-cooked fish and seafood. True foodie’s destination.
Beautiful sand bar stretching into the deep waters of Aegean. Sunset or sunrise, no matter day time you choose you’ll be driven by the beauty of untouched nature of pure white sand and beauty of a place.
Seaside chapel of Panagia Faneromeni dates back to the 16th century.
A birthplace of Aristotle at the peninsula’s eastern edge. Ancient temple and the Aristotle Park filled with activities that allow to experience various phenomena of physics and perception. Worth taking children with you. Try local red wine Limnio (said to be philosopher’s favourite wine).
A home of the 200,000 year man which formed around a million years ago in the limestone of Katsika Hill. It is one of Europe’s most impressive and important caves thanks to its wealth of fossils (one of the richest collections in Europe).