Kassandra Villas – an accommodation complex for every preference

A Unique Environment


A destination of international fame for its geophysical beauty and unique attractions. Kassandra Halkidiki.
A location distinguished for its beautiful beaches, thermal baths and the variety of activities it offers.

Polychrono Kassandra, Halkidiki

Polychrono today is a seaside resort that offers the comforts of a cosmopolitan resort, able to meet your every desire.

It attracts visitors of all ages because of its stunning beach, which stretches for 2 kilometres and is home to dozens of beach bars. Also along the busy beach road, take advantage of the facilities offered by hundreds of catering and entertainment outlets.

Restaurants, tavernas, pizzerias, mini markets, seasonal amusement parks and enchanting beach bars await you to make your holiday experience unforgettable.

The foundation of the village starts before 650 BC by the Eretrians who had settled at that time on the peninsula of Kassandra. and gave it the name “Neapolis”. This name remained until 540 A.D. when it was completely destroyed by the Hun raids. In the 11th century, farmers gathered in this area and in time the village was given the name ‘Polychrono’ because of the many flowers that were there. A few centuries later, during the Greek revolution against Turkish rule in 1821, the area was burnt and completely destroyed for the second time in its history. A few years later some of the few survivors rebuilt the village, which over the years took the name that is still used today “Polychrono”.

Haniotis Kassandra, Halkidiki

Get ready to be captured in the small, picturesque paradise of Halkidiki, the cosmopolitan Hanioti Halkidiki. Hanioti, or Haniotis as it is still called, got its name according to tradition from the first inhabitant of the village, who came from Chania in Crete. Most probably the foundation of the village took place at the end of the 1st century. Throughout the Turkish occupation of Greece, it was one of the 12 villages under the supervision of Gazanfer Agas. The village was moved to its present location in 1930 after a devastating earthquake.

The wonderful cool climate of Hanioti, the magnificent beaches with the wonderful blue waters and the green nature that surrounds it will transport you to a world of colours and intense sensations.

Hanioti is a modern village, full of small parks, picturesque squares and tall, century-old trees. It is certainly one of the busiest places in Halkidiki, attracting thousands of visitors every year, especially during the summer months. Dressed with traditional taverns, restaurants, bars, cafes and all kinds of shops, it offers modern facilities and a cosmopolitan mood.

Hanioti is also known for its lively beach bars, which extend over a beach of about 4.5 km. The beach bars offer a variety of choices, both for those looking for intense music and frenetic rhythms, and those looking for peace and quiet.

Lake Maurobara

A monument of nature and a unique wetland since 1997, Lake Mavrobara awaits you 3 km west of Polychronos. Surrounded by Mediterranean walking paths, gurgling springs and wild vegetation, the area of Lake Maurobara impresses with its simplicity, presenting the different, non- cosmopolitan side of Halkidiki. If you are lucky, you can also see two rare species of water turtles, Emys orbicularis & Mauremus caspica, which are hosted there. The lake is protected by international treaties because of its special ecological interest.

Beaches and Sea

Covering a coastal area of more than 17 km, the visitor can enjoy the crystal clear and crystal clear sea, with its golden and velvety sandy beach. In recent decades, the area has been awarded the European Blue Flag every year, a sign of quality and clean waters.


The visitor is worth seeing the church of Agios Athanasios, and the square of Christ with the church of the Nativity of Christ which dates back to 1863.Finally, do not miss the opportunity to visit the Folklore Museum located in the village of Polychronos, where the visitor can see exhibits, objects and clothing from the rural life of the early inhabitants.