“We spent nice holidays in a beautiful place,a splendid area, calm, clear water, a cayak, fishes on BBQ,and a nice apartment ... Thank you Athan and family for your hospitality!”
Athan's reviewsAs a host (3)
“Très bon accueil de la part d'Athan et de sa femme!! Merci beaucoup! Leur appartement est très bien placé, à deux pas de la plage et les propriétaires sont plein de gentilles attentions. Bon séjour à ceux qui iront!”
“Thank you to Athan and family for a lovely holiday in your sweet beach home. Beautiful views, fantastic weather, friendly neighbours. Highly recommended.”
Where is it?
The village of Flegra is 4 km from city of Kallithea in the peninsula of Kassandra and contains 40 traditional houses.
It is peaceful with no cars around until the beach. Many sea activities, like diving, surfing, parachute, sea ski, kayak, fishing. All in walking distance. Free access to all events on the nearby hotels, like dancing shows, beach parties, swimming pools, fine taverns with fish food etc.
The sea water is crystal clear and the beach is large. The village is surrounded by trees, has private parking, security staff, gardeners and portiers. It is very familiar place with many children playing on the beach,but has also quite corners. Many excursions are possible like: Visiting the 2nd large city of Greece Thessaloniki 84km distance, with museums, monuments and shopping. Hiking to God's mountain Olympos 179km. Visiting Holy mount Athos with 21 medieval monasteries 90km. Swimming on unspoiled little paradise beaches of Sithonia,taking the boat until the "Mamma Mia" island of Skopelos, or crazy nights in Kallithea.
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