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Agia Paraskevi
In Agia Paraskevi village, just 5 km from our hotels there is a modern SPA, that is famous for his infrequent therapeutic attributes and is apply to all ages. With swimming-pools, saunas, hamam, hydromasaz, individually and bodily it offers treatment and invigoration for the modern person which works, it is permanently moved in fast time. With base the correspondence that had the team of study with the Institute of Mineralogist and Fraimbourk Germany, for the exploitation of sources in Agia Paraskevi, it is confirmed that the water of sources is special for the following diseases:
- Diseases of bones and articulations - initiating
- Dermal diseases
Water Secification
- Midle warm CI Na-K Br Hs-B As-CO2
- MIneral - Supertonic
- Normal water Tempeture 37,5-39 Co

Opening Hours:
Monday - Saturday: 08:00-19:30 , Sunday: 08:00-13:30

Information:
tel: +30 23740 71358 & 71810
fax: +30 23740 61439

Athitos village excursion
Just 30 km distance from our hotels, Athitos or Afitos is one of the most picturesque villages in Halkidiki and is very different to anything else around it. The village has its own architectural style, with old stone-built houses, coming straight from previous centuries. You can stroll down the cobblestone alleys, smelling the flowers that are everywhere and relax at one of the traditional taverns. The village overlooks the peninsula of Sithonia and offers a fantastic view to the Toroneos Gulf. It’s a relaxing way to pass the time and you can also make the best of the turquoise waters and relaxing beach bars

Petralona cave excursion
The caves of Petralona lie about 60 km from our hotels and are a very popular half-day excursion. When you enter the caves of Petralona, it’s like embarking on a voyage to the beginning of time with fascinating stalactites and stalagmites including the remains of what is thought to be the oldest in Europe - 700,000 years old. The caves are also considered among the most important monuments of human prehistory with finds including the fossilised cranium of a prehistoric man.

Cruise N. Marmaras / Ormos Panagias bay / Mount Athos
Travel to Ormos Panagias on the top eastern corner of the Sithonia Peninsula and then sail with a boat towards Mount Athos – where you can take amazing pictures of the “Holy Mountain” and its fantastic monasteries. The Garden of the Virgin - the Mt. Athos peninsula - and even when viewed from the sea its rare and unspoiled beauty will cast its spell. This peninsula is the only monastic republic within Europe and is ruled by the 1700 monks who live in its monasteries. The monasteries are built in a unique style and are located at the most beautiful parts of the peninsula. After the cruise, you can stop for lunch in the traditional village of Ouranoupolis.

Thessaloniki excursion
Vibrant Thessaloniki is Greece’s second largest city and the capital of Macedonia. It offers a rich cultural and historical heritage as well as a cosmopolitan café life. On this excursion, you will visit the Archaeological Museum, the White Tower, some of the splendid churches including the Byzantine church of St. Dimitrios and climb up the Acropolis (highest point) to enjoy a panoramic view of the city. Naturally, there’s also time to enjoy the shopping and cafés downtown.

Meteora excursion
An early start takes you through fertile plains to Mount Olympus then on to Kalampaka, a small town at the foot of Meteora - the “stone forest of Christ”. Those who see Meteora for the first time believe it to be a geological miracle with thousands of rocks, merging to form an almost unearthly sight. Wanting to be closer to God, bold monks built monasteries on the peaks of these rocks and lived as true hermits for more than 600 hundred years. The katholika (central parts of churches) of the monasteries have been painted by skilled religious painters from the late Byzantine years and still hanging from the towers are the nets that the monks used for ascending and descending. Today, six monasteries survive and are included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. If you wish to visit then appropriate clothing is required – no short skirts or shorts and please have long sleeves.