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Wear athletic shoes, take water and your camera and follow the paths of the wild nature of Sithonia.

The natural terrain of the coastline, the picturesque alleys of the traditional settlements and the unparalleled beauty of the mountain offered for hiking trips that will remain unforgettable.

The saltiness of the sea meets the smell of pine trees and the aromas of the mountain while the signs of time and history accompany all the way: churches, springs, mountain passes, places with breathtaking views and recreational areas, offered to stop and rest. Images, sounds and scents unfold at every step, wild horses, deer and roe deer come down to the sources to quench their thirst while the pure oxygen of the scented air fills the lungs and detoxifies the spirit.

Sithonia has many marked trails that make difficult the ideal choice. Just make the first step, and let the nature do the rest!


Hiking trails in Sithonia

7th Route

The route starts from the coast of Elia towards the hill of St. Paul and Peter’s Rock, with an amazing view. (298m altitude).

8th Route

From Nikiti to Agios Nikolaos on a track through pine forest and chapels of Prophet Elias and St George, and then back in Nikiti (214m altitude).

9th Route

The route starts from Neos Marmaras, continues to the traditional settlement Parthenon and ends north of Neos Marmaras in a fantastic landscape. (4 hours, altitude 360m).

10th Route

From Porto Carras by walking along the coast to beautiful beaches and bays. On the hill you can enjoy a wonderful view of Toroneos Gulf. (Altitude 160m.).

11th Route

The route begins in Porto Koufo and ends in Kapro, the southernmost point of the peninsula, from where you can see the islands of Sporades in a clear day. (Altitude 273m.).

12th Route

Starts from Sykia and after one cycle of the surrounding hills, passing through pastures, ends in Sykia. (4 hours, 345m altitude.).