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Thermal SPA in Halkidiki

SPA-center in Loutra, Halkidiki, Greece

Thermal SPA in Loutra, Halkidiki, Greece Loutra village on the peninsula Kassandra, Halkidiki There is a village Loutra on the west seaside of Kassandra peninsula which is located 57 km from Paralia Dionisiou Beach, which consists mainly of holiday houses, restaurants, bars and apartments for rent. Residents of Loutra who live  there constantly deal with fishing, produce honey,  grow olive trees and produce olive oil, work in tourism. The village …

Horse riding club in Halkidiki

horse riding

Alexandros horse riding  club in Halkidiki Alexandros horse riding  club is located 5 km from Paralia Dionisiou Beach. The lessons are held in a large open field which is fenced   for beginners. For more advanced riders the horses can leave the club and enjoy riding in the hills and beaches close in the area. Children from 3 years old are welcome to the club. Each lesson lasts 45 min with …

Food Taste

Traditional Greek Cuisine – Food Taste Many people have heard about delicious Greek cuisine, but, perhaps, only a few people can mention some of the national Greek dishes besides mousaka. Every time I was in Greece and had meals in taverns I tried to enjoy so praised Greek cuisine, but failed. I couldn’t make the right choice from the long menu: chosen dishes were not particular tasty or original! I …

Aqua Park Waterland

Aqua Park Waterland – Thessaloniki Aqua park Waterland is one of the largest aqua parks in Europe and the only aqua park in Northern Greece. Aqua park is located in the suburbs of Thessaloniki near the village of Neo Risio, 42 km from our village Paralia Dionisiou Beachand 19 km from the main Aristotelous square in Thessaloniki. Aqua park Waterland is open from 15 of June and works till the end of …

Visit Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece. The population taking into accountsuburbs is 1 104 460 inhabitants living in the main area around the city. The city was founded in 315 B.C. by the king Cassander of Macedon, the son of captain Antipatr, whom Alexander the Great nominated sovereign’s vicegerent in Macedonia. Paul the Apostle spread Gospel about Christianity (in 50 B.C.) in Thessaloniki and Roman proconsul Dimitry was …

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