Holidays in Ammouliani Island, Halkidiki

Right across from Mount Athos in Halkidiki, surrounded by Drenia islets, the island of Ammouliani provides the perfect spot to hide away, to relax, swim, dive and snorkel.

Arriving at the island around 1925, the first inhabitants came all the way from Asia Minor carrying along their knowledge for the art of fishing, their customs, traditions and gastronomic heritage.
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A small community was soon developed, an oasis enveloped by all white sands, a paradise on earth with remote coves and crystalline waters. Don’t miss the chance for a sunset sailing at Ammouliani!
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A verdant landscape filled with olive groves and lush vegetation, countless birds and hiking trails waiting to be discovered.

Ammouliani is an island filled with blue flag beaches that will take your breath away. From the popular beach of Alykes, the tranquil beach of Karagatsi and Porto Agio to Ai Giorgi and Megali Ammo choices are endless.
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Take a stroll around the island and marvel the picturesque houses belonging to the local captains, the colorful backyards with the fragrant flowers, the fruits and herbs as well as the fishing nets hanging in the sun to dry.

While in Ammouliani, make sure to take a boat tour around the island to dive and snorkel. If you have some extra time to spend, head to Drenia and Gaidouronisia islets and visit Ouranoupolis, Stageira or Mount Athos.
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You can’t leave the island without trying its fresh fish as well as the authentic salmbourekia sweets and the almond pastry sweets shaped into flowers.

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Ammouliani is the only inhabited island in Halkidiki worth exploring.

So, next time you decide to visit Halkidiki, arrange your stay at Eagles Palace, 5 star hotel with spa in Halkidiki, and from there head to Tripiti. Take the ferry boat and reach the island of Ammouliani in less than 15 minutes.
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