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Kalamitsi, Halkidiki, Greece
Greece

Small village Kalamitsi is situated on the south of Sithonia peninsula - part of Halkidiki - the place of beautiful beaches, tiny hotels & warm sea. This summer - 2010, is very hot even for Greece, but vacations is vacations - all go to the sea! Panorama is made by Light & Dark Studio, Thessaloniki

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