Nikiti is one of the oldest places in Halkidiki. It is located in the north of Sithonia, about 110 km southeast of Thessaloniki, between Metamorfosi and Neos Marmaras. The village is divided into two parts, between which the main highway passes: Old one, located 2 km from the coast, and New Nikiti, where hotels and cafes are concentrated. It is characterized by a long pedestrian zone with many restaurants, taverns, cafes and lots of entertainment for children. 20% of Greek honey is produced here, and there are many shops where you can choose honey according to your taste. Every year, in July, a 26 km long swimming marathon is organized along the Toroneos Bay, which starts on the Kassandra peninsula, in Kallithea and up to Nikiti.
Beach: Nikiti has 30 km of coastline, with beautiful beaches and the crystal clear sea of Toroneos Bay. It has a large and beautiful sandy beach, along which there are restaurants and cafes. The beaches of Nikiti are long, covered with fine white sand. The more you go to the south, the more lonely the beaches are, and for lovers of pleasure, all the more beautiful.
Nikiti is a very picturesque typical Greek place with a lot of tourists in season. Walk through the old town, sit in the old square and enjoy a coffee in one of the old taverns. Do not miss the walk to the beach, where you can dine by the sea. The picturesque landscape with pine forests, olive groves and beautiful beaches will attract many tourists.