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Kalithea, garden overlooking the sea
Greece

This is a terrace overlooking the beach of Kalithea.

Kalithea is located on the Halkidiki peninsula in Greece, Europe.

The peninsula has 3 branches, and Kalithea is on the western branch called Kassandria. 

This cobblestone terrace and garden are a high vantage point from which the beach can be seen. Part of the city is located below this spot, and part above, so if you plan a trip it is better to have your hotel room closer to the beach to avoid climbing steps or steep hills.

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Tags: kalithea; greece; garden; balcony; sea; palm trees; beach
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