Halkidiki boasts an amazing 550km of coastline, featuring a thousand different beaches, some offering an endless expanse of golden sand, others rocky. Some beaches are crowded -socializing spots, while others are no more than deserted coves among the rocks. All of them though are blessed with crystal clear waters reflecting the deep green of the pine-tree forests. The Blue Flags that Halkidiki is being awarded every year are rightly deserved.
- Possidi: This is a well-organized, sandy beach, located in front of the homonymous settlement. It offers a great variety of restaurants and bars as well as facilities for all kinds of water sports. Nearby you can find the amazing Cape of Possidi, an enormous sandy beach with a beautiful lighthouse. Beware of the occasional strong currents.
- Paliouri: Otherwise known as Kanavitsa or Chrousso (from the name of the old settlement). It is a dreamy sandy beach with pine-trees all around. On the beach you can find restaurants and bars, as well as facilities for all kinds of water sports. It could get crowded in the high season.
- Glarokavos: One of the most beautiful beaches in Kassandra, with sand and thin gravel. At the end of it there is a beautiful lagoon, which is been used as a fish port for the local fisherman. The beach has some bars and restaurants.
- Pefkochori: Sandy and fully organized beach, in front of the homonymous village. During summertime it gathers crowds of visitors. It has all kinds of restaurants, bars and facilities for all water sports.
- Hanioti & Polychrono: Wide, sandy and fully organized beach, in front of the homonymous villages. During summertime it gathers crowds of visitors. It has all kinds of restaurants, bars and facilities for all water sports.
- Kryopigi: Kriopigi is not a seaside village. Its beach, also named Pigadakia, is 5 minutes away by car. It has thin sand and spotless sea and a pine forest right behind it. For that reason, there is a lot of natural shade, especially in the afternoon. There is a beach bar and part of the beach is organized.
- Athytos: There are two beaches, one in each side of the village. They are small, with crystal clear waters. You can find restaurants and bars on both of them.
- Skala Fourkas: Wide, long and sandy beach, in front of the homonymous village. Some parts are organized, while some others are free of sunbeds & umbrellas. You can find a variety of bars and restaurants.