One of themost beautiful and picturesque spots in Cassandra peninsula is the bay of Glarokavos (In Greek it means the bay of seagulls). Glarokavos is a natural bay in the south-east part of Cassandra where most of the local fishermen dock their boats. The area is beautiful and full of pine trees that reach the sandy beaches next to the bay. The place is known as a place where free campers can find a lot of spots with shade next to the sea to set up their tents. In a small distance there is a beach bar, where you can get your drinks and light snacks. The good thing about this place is that, the beach is quite big and you can always find a place away from the crowds of tourists. Also is relatively close to the near by villages.
Glarocavos can be reached either on foot, or by bicycle or a car. The route I am suggesting starts from Villa Despina, follows the coastal road and ends in Glarokavos. The route is relatively easy. It is flat the whole way through and, since it is not the main road but the coastal road that connects all the villages on that side of the peninsula, it has much less traffic. I would recommend it to everyone, including families with children. Starting from Villa Despina, the first village you meet on the way is Polichrono. Go right through the village and continue following the coastal road. The next village is Hanioti. The road takes you through the central square and carries on towards the village of Pefkohori. Reaching Pefkohori, you will need to find your way through the village and catch the coastal road once again for the last part of the route.
I generally take that route as part of a daily excursion to Glarokavos. I usually live Villa Despina in the morning caring a few provisions with me. Nothing special, one or two tomatoes, whole grain bread, feta cheese, olives, oregano and a small bottle of olive oil, enough ingredients for one or two sandwiches.