The grape harvest period in Greece is in early October. And the Greeks do not only make fantastic wine but use grapes to the fullest to make tsipouro too.
To return from your summer vacations in Halkidiki happy, you need to enjoy every minute of it. And getting absolute bliss from your holidays is up to you.
At Porto Valitsa in Paliouri Halkidiki, you get the opportunity to enjoy your summer vacations the way you want to. Find out why.
Permanent Exhibition by Giannis Kapsidakis Giannis Kapsidakis Giannis Kapsidakis was born in Nea Filadelfia, Thessaloniki. He studied Painting and Engraving at the Artistic School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Since 1990 he has performed 60 solo exhibitions in Greece and abroad and has participated in more than 450 group exhibitions.[…]
Argyro Kostas was born in Kalamaria, Thessaloniki. She was taught pottery at the three year OAED School by excellent potters.
What is gastronomy tourism? And why it’s one of the most fast-growing sectors in the tourism industry? Check out why food is a good motivation for tourism.
Smaro Tzenanidou is presenting a series of works on wood (oil), capturing images from the Mediterranean summer.
At Porto Valitsa in Paliouri, there’s a rich vegetable garden with fresh fruit, herbs, and veggies which end up on your table and why not, in your suitcase.
The underwater world in Kelifos Island is so colorful & diverse that becomes the ideal place for scuba diving & snorkeling if you spend the summer in Halkidiki.
If reading a book doesn’t suit your dreamy summer vacation profile, there are alternative ways to enjoy yourself during your holidays in Paliouri.