Agia Paraskevi Thermal Springs
The state-of-the-art spa is famous for its rare therapeutic properties, it is suitable for all ages and it has pools, saunas, Turkish baths, sprinklers, whirlpool baths (personal and group) for treatment and revitalization.
Petralona cave is located approximately 75 km from the Hotel. It is open to the public since 1979. In the cave, signs of residence by the Archanthropus of approximately 700.000 years old were discovered by Aris Poulianos, who according to him were the most ancient European ancestors found till today.
In Polihrono, the visitor can see the unique lake Mavrobara, just 3 km away from Polihrono and at an altitude of 200m at the heart of Kassandra towards the mountain, a wetland were three species of a rare aquatic turtle inhabit. The lake is protected by international treaties, due to its particular ecological interest.
The scenic village of Afytos, with the paved paths and its stone houses, is one of the most remarkable traditional settlements of Chalkidiki. It is populated since the prehistoric times, and due to its naturally fortress position and its plenty waters it has managed not to ever be erased as a settlement.
Ammon Zeus and Dionysus Temples
One of the most important temples that have been located in Chalkidiki, is the one of Ammon Zeus in Kallithea. According to the archeologists, during the 2nd half of the 8th century B.C. a temple for Dionysus was funded by the Euboeans colonists of the city Afytis, who was worshiped along with the Nymphs at the cave below the rock, at the southwest part of the place.