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Porto Valitsa Deep Blue

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Porto Valitsa is one of the most popular diving spots in Kassandra peninsula in Halkidiki. Easy beach entry and great drop of attracts divrs from many resorts.

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A: Porto Valitsa Diving

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One of the most popular diving places in Kassandra peninsula in Halkidiki. There is plenty to explore...

Porto Valitsa Diving

B: Porto Valitsa

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Easy entry from a beach and sandy bottom in Porto Valitsa, attracts divers and snorklers from many re...

Porto Valitsa

C: Diving in Porto Valitsa

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Easy entry from a beach and sandy bottom in Porto Valitsa, attracts divers and snorklers from many re...

Diving in Porto Valitsa

D: Porto Valitsa

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Porto Valitsa

E: Koursaros Bay

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Koursaros Bay or Pirates Bay is a popular spot for beach goears on Kassandra peninsula in Halkidiki. ...

Koursaros Bay

F: Loutra

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Small and veri nice beach at the south west end of Kassandra peninsula. You can relax on the beach, h...


G: Halkidiki

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H: Polychrono city center, Chalkidiki (Halkidiki)

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The city (village) center of Polychrono. Polychrono is a town/village on the Kassandra peninsula in H...

Polychrono city center, Chalkidiki (Halkidiki)

I: Polychrono church - Halkidiki, Greece

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A church in the village of Polychrono on the Halkidiki peninsula in Greece.The Greek christian church...

Polychrono church - Halkidiki, Greece

J: Polychrono beach

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This is the nice beach of the village / small town of Polychrono.Polychrono is a popular tourist dest...

Polychrono beach

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