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Pefkohori

Pefkohori, Pefkochori (pine trees village inspired by the pine trees) also known as ‘Kapsohora’ (burnt land) as it was burnt several times by pirates. Beautiful combination of the sea breeze and the scent of the pine trees with pine tree surrounds and sea views.

At the center of the beach there is a small pier where you can take a day cruise by traditional style sailing boats and make memorable photos near non-working little leaning lighthouse.


Pefkohori (Chalkidiki, Greece) is a village surrounded by pine trees and beautiful beaches, has two large parallel streets, one is main road and the other is promenade by the sea that is full of restaurants, taverns, beach bars and shops.

Pefkohori small fishing village is the most popular tourist resort on Kassandra, so in high season the main beach is crowded, as well as the promenade that’s full of restaurants, taverns, bars and shops, as well as tourists.

Despite the crowd, water is very clear and transparent. Can you see little fishes on left zoom photo? πŸ™‚

March or August, peaceful or overcrowded, it’s beautiful and one of my favorite places.

 

19 Comments

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  2. There are so many places on our beautiful earth and we hardly know many. Pefkohori feels difficult to pronounce but a beautiful place nonetheless

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  4. Wonderful place! Many studies showed that people who live near the ocean or sea report feeling less stress and better health and this post shows why πŸ™‚

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