Chalkidiki (Greek: Χαλκιδική), also Halkidiki or Chalcidice, forms a trident-like peninsula. The coast hosts numerous excellent beaches. Located near the city of Thessaloniki. The capital of Chalkidiki prefecture is the town of Polygyros, located in Northern Chalkidiki.
- Mount Athos peninsula - outside the monasteries' territory
Ouranoupolis, Ierissos, Nea Roda, Olympias
- Northern Chalkidiki
The canal of Potidea, separating the Kassandra peninsula from the mainland. The byzantine watch tower of the Agios Pavlos, Mt. Athos monastery in Nea Phokea. The old traditional village of Athytos. The spa thermal baths of Agia Paraskevi. The summer concerts and theater festival in the amphitheaters of Nea Moudania and Siviri and the jazz festival of Sani. The chapel of the Virgin Mary on the seaside of Skioni. The ancient ruins of Zeus temple in Kallithea and of Poseidon temple in Posidi.
The excavations of ancient Olynthos, with the oldest mosaics (5th c. BC) ever found in Greece. The old traditional villages of Parthenon, Sykia and Nikiti. The Porto Carras vineyard and wine cellar. The Toroneos cross swimming race in July from Nikiti to Kallithea. The ancient ruins of Toroni and its ancient harbour Porto Koufo. The spectacular view of Mt. Athos from Kartalia cliff cape. The thousands of goats grazing free on the mountains.
Mount Athos peninsula
Its 20 Byzantine christian orthodox Monasteries and numerous Sketes, allowed only to men visitors, who need a permission to land, by boat only. It's the biggest and most important monastic community of Greece, with 1.800 monks living there today.
The traditional mountain villages Arnea, Taxiarhis, Agios Prodromos. The Cave of Petralona, with the spectacular stalactites and stalagmites and the oldest human finds of Greece. The Arcaeological Museum of Polygyros, with finds from the whole area of Halkidiki. The excavations of ancient Stageira, birthplace of the philosopher Aristotelis. The statue of the philosopher Aristotelis by the modern village Stageira. The forest of Mt. Holomontas.
Gerakini, Psakoudia, Lagomandra, Nikiti, Kalogria, Agios Ioannis, Spathies, Neos Marmaras, Porto Carras, Toroni, Tristinika, Porto Koufo, Kalamitsi, Paralia Sykias, Kriaritsi, Sarti, Platanitsi, Kavourotrypes, Zografou, Vourvourou, Trani Ammouda, Agios Nikolaos, Salonikiou, Develiki, Lakara
Mount Athos peninsula - beaches outside the monasteries territory
Ouranoupolis, Ammouliani island, Ierissos, Nea Roda, Olympias
Epanomi, Nea Kallikratia, Nea Flogita, Nea Plagia, Paralia Dionysiou
- Local flower and pine honey from Nikiti and Arnea, the two biggest centres of greek honey.
- Wooven woolen articles from Arnea.
- Tsipouro, the strong-kind-of-ouzo schnapps from the local villagers.
- Wine. The winters here are mild and the summers are long and dry. The good climate, among with the mineral-rich soil, are crucial factors for the famous wine-making of the area. The most famous wine is that produced in Sithonia, in the Neos Marmaras area, the Porto Carras
- Olives and olive oil. Production areas: Mount Meliton, Pallini Peninsula, Holomon foothills, Polygyros, Ormylia, Olynhtos and Nea Moudania
- Cheese products
- Aigeas, Nea Kallikratia, Tel: +302399023871
- Ouzouni Beach, Nea Moudania, Tel: +302373042100
- Blue Dream, Nea Fokea, Tel: +302374031249 
- Kouyoni, Gerakini, Tel: +302371052226
- Sithon, Metamorfosi, Tel: +302375022414
- Sunny Bay, Metamorfosi, Tel: +302375061350
- Agios Georgios, Nikiti, Tel: +302375022383
- Mitari, Nikiti, Tel: +302375071775
- Kastello, Neos Marmaras, Tel: +302375071095
- Marmaras, Neos Marmaras, Tel: +302375071901 
- Stavros, Neos Marmaras, Tel: +302375071975
- Areti, Neos Marmaras, Tel: +302375071430
- Isa, Tristinika, Tel: +302375051235 
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