Kassandra resort

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Cape Kassandra, with its picturesque sandy beaches, pine groves, magnificent bays and fishermen's villages, is very popular among tourists

Cape Kassandra with its picturesque sandy beaches, pine groves, magnificent bays and fishing villages with numerous taverns, offering various seafood and good local wine, is very popular among tourists. Washed by waters of the Aegean Sea, Cape Kassandra is a paradise, and that is why the main amount of hotels of different categories is concentrated here. Cassandra has the longest sandy beaches and a developed tourist infrastructure, which includes numerous small hotels of "B" category and big hotel complexes of "A" and «Deluxe» categories. The ancient land of Kassandra is rich in historical attractions. About three millennia ago, ancient Potidea played an important strategic role and was one of the major citiesof the peninsula. Cities Afitis and Kallithea, first mention of which dates from the VIII th century BC, are famous for shrines of Zeus and Dionysus, the ruins of which have survived to present day. Combination of ancient culture and modern towns, offering a wealth of entertainment, magnificent landscapes of Cape Kassandra, excellent hotels - make this area attractive to hundreds of thousands of tourists from different countries.

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