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Agios Nikolaos

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Agios Nikolaos is a village of Chalkidiki, in the Sithonia peninsula with a permanent population of 2,500.

Agios Nikolaos is 110 km from Thessaloniki, where Sithonia peninsula begins. With more than thirty kilometers of beaches, with beautiful picturesque bays, clean beaches and very clean waters, it is something special. The community is surrounded from north to south by dense pine forest and towards the west by Siggitikos Gulf.

The well-known products of the area are wine, tsipouro, oil, honey, and fish, but the jobs are heavily concentrated in the tourism industry.

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You can also visit the churches of Saint George and Saint Paraskevi, as well as the country chapel of Saint Nikolaos, Saint George and that of Ormos Panagias.

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In the traditional village of Agios Nikolaos you can enjoy a romantic walk to the picturesque paved alleys, and admire the traditional 19th-century houses.

You can also enjoy the magic of the feast that prevails in this square of the village during the three-day cultural celebrations of Agia Paraskevi, which reach their peak on the 26th of July.

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In the central square of the village, the visitor can enjoy a good meal accompnied by the traditional tsipouro of Agios Nikolaos.

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