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Best things to do in Halkidiki

Museum
“The Museum is housed in a traditional listed building dating to 1889 in the central square of the village, which was donated by the Aletras family. There is a display of folk exhibits created on the initiative of the painter Nikos Paralis and are courtesy of the village residents. The folklore collection includes domestic utensils, agricultural implements (for ploughing, sowing, reaping, harvesting), and pottery, which is a craft with a long tradition here. In the basement a collection of farming tools is hosted, while on the first floor a traditional house is being presented. During summer, the building is hosting also cultural events.”
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Nachbarschaft
“Parthenonas is a traditional settlement that is located at a height of 350m,near Neos Marmaras. It have significant historical importance and the past years it has being restored, in order to maintain its traditional architecture. This is a very good place for walks, coffee or dinner.”
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Museum
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Beach
“Nikiti has a folklore museum that it is nice to visit located behind the main church of Nikiti's old town. The place is located on a cliff therefore it has some amazing views of Nikiti!”
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History Museum
Museum
“Αξίζει να δείτε τα αλιευτικά σκάφη,τα εργαλεία ψαρέματος και τα όστρακα που εκτίθενται στο μουσείο της πόλης.”
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Museum
“Unique Fisheries Museum in Nea Moudania (15 km.) The Museum is largely the result of forty years of untiring efforts by Stavros Kovrakis, a passionate collector of the treasures hidden in the seas of Greece. It also enjoys the support of the Moudania Yacht Club. The Museum has an educational and research role, also doing much to promote the local identity and keep alive its links with its history. The items on display include ancient anchors, fishing nets, fishing rods and hooks, compasses, beacons and lamps and many other intriguing exhibits. There are 3D recreations of a variety of fishing techniques, demonstrating how the different kinds of vessel and net are used, with replicas of fishing boats and a rich archive of documents and illustrations. One of the most fascinating items is the bouyiandes, a traditional fishing vessel formerly seen in the Sea of Marmara, introduced to Greece by the refugees from Asia Minor. The Museum also offers a thrilling insight into the strange and magical world beneath the sea, with its vast range of plant and animal life. On the ground floor of the Aretra building in the central square of Athytos there is a display of folk exhibits created on the initiative of the painter Nikos Paralis. The items represent the whole cycle of rural life in the region, with domestic utensils, tools, implements and so on. Open: afternoons ”
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Museum
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