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When it comes to local attractions,there are many you can visit with your family and friends during your stay.

Starting with the village of Sarti:

Love Sarti big logo and Sarti’s heart.

Are you ready to fill your Instagram and Facebook feed with photos of you and your loved ones right in the heart of Sarti? The Hotel Association of Sarti has created a “love Sarti” logo sculpture, by the beach,close to the main street of Sarti, that can be the perfect photogenic spot for you and your family or friends to snap a shot and keep the memory of Sarti always alive.

In parallel, in the central square of Sarti you will find a smaller heart sculpture.

It’s Sarti’s heart and it beats only for you.

Just take a photo, upload it on Facebook and on Instagram and don’t forget to tag us.

We will see it and with your permission we shall share it.

Facebook: Hotel Association of Sarti, Sithonia, Halkidiki

Instagram: @love_sarti


The Holy church.

Built by the first residentsof Sartiwho came here, The Afisiani, the church was dedicated to the Mother of Christians, to the Leader, to the Joy of Distressed, to Lady Mary! Thousands of believers have knelt at Her shrine not only to make a request but also to thank Her.

At the Holy Water ceremony that takes place in front of Her wonder-working Icon, people come, from the ends of the world, to worship and receive blessings in Her Holy Festival every year on 15th of August (the Easter of the summer).

So waste time no more and come to this blessed place, to climb the steps of our church and feel by yourself the joy and the peace of the soul.


Historical Folklore museum of Sarti.

The folklore museum is housed in the building of the old school of Sarti, created from the first residents and considered to be the oldest building of the area.

The museum was founded in 2007 by the Sarti’sCultural Association ‘’Afisia’’.

Explore thisunique place from the past to present and learn the history of their people as the museum presents it!


Holy Cross.

Behind the Folklore museum you will find the Holy Cross, standing right across grandiose Mount Athos.

Located in a well presented natural hill, considered to be a unique place to find peace and admire the stunning view of the sun rising behind marvelous Mount Athos.

You can take beautiful photos and add this place to your walking tour experience in Sarti.


Chapel of Agios Antonios

A few meters from the old school and museum of Sarti there is a little chapel, the chapel of Agios Antonios (St. Antonio).

Located on a hill, over steep cliffs, Agios Antonios offers breathtaking view of the Aegean sea and Mount Athos but also a full view of Sarti.

Take a walk up there for stunning photos.

Let yourself be enchanted by the sound of the sea and the gorgeous view, especially during sunrise or sunset, when the colors of the sky and the lights of the village blend to create a magical spectacle.


Metohi of Sarti

The monastery dependency of Xiropotamou of Mount Athos is located west of Sarti, next to the church of Zoodohou Pigi.

Built in 1907, it functioned as a monastery, and then it hosted the first families who arrived there to create the village of Sarti.

Today, the main building of the monastery is saved, abright beacon of Sarti’s history.


Sculptures in Kavourotripes beach

In about 12 Km distance from Sarti, between Armenistis and Platanitsi beach, there is a small heaven on earth, Kavourotripes beach or Portokali (Orange beach).

An exotic landscape surrounded by pine trees and white rocks, with small, whitewashed beaches and crystal-clear turquoise water.

Literally an earthly paradise.

One of the most well-known beaches in Sithonia, not only for its natural beauty, but also for the rocky sculptures.

The sculptures, carved around 1997, into the shoreline, make the beach and the area extremely popular.

Take the opportunity to visit Kavourotripes and let the feeling of nature and art to fulfill you.



Ancient Olynthos, the most important political center of Halkidiki in the Classical period, occupies two hills of historical significance.

Just 75km away from Sarti you and your family can admire the architectural blocks of the ancient city and most importantly the impressive mosaics dated on the Classical period.

On the South Hill lies the city founded by the Bottiaeans in the 7th century B.C., which was destroyed by the Persians in 479 B.C.

On the North Hill lies the Classical city, built in the Hippodameian system, with vertically crossing wide and narrow streets, forming regular architectural blocks.

Remarkable is the type of the Olynthian house with the “pastas” on the north side of the interior courtyard, surrounded by rooms and auxiliary spaces.

Very impressive are the mosaics found in the men’s quarters, which are among the earliest known specimens of the Classical period.

The first excavations of the site were conducted in 1928-1938 by the American School of Classical Studies under the direction of Prof. D.M Robinson.

In 1992 the 16th E.P.C.A undertook the task of the restoration and landscaping of the settlement on the North Hill.