Built at the narrowest point of the Athos peninsula, Nea Roda, is the largest of the refugee villages of northern Halkidiki, known for the great Xerxe’s Canal.
Paliouri is the southern village of Kassandra and one of the most traditional ones with narrow scenic alleys, old traditional houses sand thick pine forest.
Agios Pavlos is the wine country of West Coast of Halkidiki. A unique landscape where the green of the vineyards embraces the blue sky, and at large, the sea.
Kalandra is simply a traditional village, dated back to 14th century; history says that it was related to the Hilandariou Monastery of Mt. Athos.