Siviri beach Halkidiki: The resort of Siviri is located on the western side of Kassandra peninsula, 62 km south of Poligiros. The long sandy beach is well organized and beach umbrellas and deck chairs are available on rent. The beachside also has many traditional taverns, beach bars, cafes and souvenir shops.

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The small and quiet village Siviri with its approximately 500 inhabitants is located on the west side of the Kassandra peninsula in Halkidiki. The distance to Thessaloniki is about 95 kilometers. Around 3 kilometers north in the next bay lies the even smaller village of Elani, where there are also some accommodations and facilities for the tourists. In both villages you can find a lovely sandy beach. In the surroundings there are also a couple of holiday homes for rent. Nice for families or for friends that travel in a group.

Halkidiki Siviri Beach

Siviri is a place especially for the tourists. The sandy beach of the village is partially equipped with facilities such as sunbeds and umbrellas and there is wide choice of restaurants and accommodations. There are also plenty of tourist shops and supermarkets. The beautiful main beach of the village of Siviri is surrounded by pine trees that provide shade. Behind the main beach are a couple of more secluded caves with sandy beaches with fine sand and some rocks, which are sometimes used by nudists / naturists. Especially in the low season there is a lot of peace and quiet in the village. During the high season and at weekends, when the Greeks themselves are free, it can get a lot busier on Siviri beach.

Halkidiki Siviri Beach

A few secluded beaches of fine sand and rocks lay beyond the main beach exclusively for nudists, although this is not an official naturist resort. There are many taverns in Siviri, where tourists can taste the fresh and tasty seafood and grilled meat, and also a couple of mini markets. Siviri is famous all over Greece for hosting the annual Kassandra Festival every summer, where modern and ancient plays are presented. The festival attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world.

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