The Canal and Byzantine remains

The Canal and Byzantine remains

The Potidea canal, 40 metres wide, has been here since ancient times. It was built, possibly in 315 BC to link the Thermaic and Toroneos gulfs, and is the only entrance to the peninsula of Kassandra. In Byzantine times, the place was called Portes, or gates, and you can still see the remains of its fortifications.
Portes Beach Hotel
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Portes Beach Hotel

Potidea, Halkidiki

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  • Beachfront
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  • Beautiful sea views
  • Surrounded by lush gardens
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Istion Club Hotel & Spa
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Istion Club Hotel & Spa

Potidea, Halkidiki

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  • Stunning beachfront location
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Potidea Beach

Potidea Beach

Potidea, Halkidiki

Step onto the golden sands of Potidea beach and you’ll feel like you’re in paradise. This huge beach is an extension of Agios Mamas, and has plenty of facilities such as sunbeds, bars and restaurants. There are...

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Souvenir shopping

Souvenir shopping

Potidea, Halkidiki

Souvenir shopping is a pleasure at Potidea. There are loads of places to pick up trinkets to take home. But to really open out your options, head to the Wednesday morning market at Nea Moudania, ten minutes...

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Range of restaurants

Range of restaurants

Potidea, Halkidiki

This is a superb spot to enjoy fresh local seafood, served overlooking the ocean. There’s big variety of fish taverns and restaurants. At the pricey end, Marina Seafood offers inspired dishes, while...

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