View of the beach


Voula Seaside Apartments are located in Kallithea, Chalkidiki, which is about 75 km from the Macedonia Airport (SKG) in Thessaloniki. Chalkidiki, which is shaped like Poseidon’s trident, is one of Greece’s prefectures most famous for its spectacular beaches.

Beautiful green forests extend all the way to the beachfront where reflections of golden sunlight add sparkling hues to turquoise waters. Long stretches of amazing ever-changing shoreline, unique archaeological sites, world-renowned Christian monuments, lesser-known natural wonders and man-made masterpieces have all helped shape the region’s diverse identity, made even more interesting by the rich local culinary and cultural heritage.

In Kassandra, the westernmost of the three peninsulas, anyone can have the perfect holiday. Its numerous landmark areas have been attracting visitors since 1970. Beautiful beaches, pine forests, archaeological sites, traditional villages, natural thermal spa and local dishes, are few of the things that make Kassandra a spectacular destination.

The beach

Where pine trees fringe a unique sandy coastline. The shallow, yet crystal clear water, and the fine sand make the Kallithea beach ideal for family vacations.

Awarded with the iconic Blue Flag, one of the world’s most recognised voluntary awards for beaches, and lifeguard-protected, its turquoise waters are captivating to the senses.

Kallithea village from above


Kallithea, a community established in 1922, is currently a small village situated about 90 km from Thessaloniki, in the east side of the peninsula of Kassandra in Chalkidiki.

Thousands of tourists visit Kallithea every summer to enjoy the amazing beaches and great archaeological discoveries. Highlights include the remains of the Doric sanctuary to Zeus Ammon, the sanctuary to Dionysous and the Nymphs, and the small Russian-style chapel of Agios Panteleimon.

One of the most sought-after destinations in the beautiful Kassandra, Kallithea is a modern commercial and cosmopolitan resort with a wide range of restaurants and taverns – from pizza and pasta to traditional Greek dishes – as well as night clubs and bars, ensuring a spectacular night life.


  • 27 July: Feast of St Panteleimonas – Local celebration along with cultural manifestations.
  • 3rd weekend of July: International Swimming Marathon of Toroneos Gulf. A 25 km cross-gulf marathon swim from Kallithea, Kassandra to Nikiti, Sithonia in Chalkidiki.
  • Kassandra Festival: Held each summer, from July to September. It takes place at the Siviri amphitheatre, about 10km from Kallithea. The programme features a range of theatrical and musical events, from performances of ancient and modern Greek drama to comedies and musical concerts.


Notable sights in the Kassandra peninsula, which according to mythology, was the site of the mythical Clash of the Titans.