This is a well organised, sandy beach, located in front of the homonymous settlement. It offers a great variety of restaurants and bars as well as facilities for all kinds of water sports.
⇠ Thessaloniki 102km ⇠ Polygyros 65km
The village probably owes its name to the god Poseidon. Nearby is the headland on the western side of the peninsula which was known in ancient times as Poseidonio; the whole area belonged to ancient Mendi. There are hotels, rented rooms, beach bars, little tavernas and ouzo bars.
• The ruins of the ancient sanctuary dedicated to God Poseidon.
• The lighthouse of Possidi cape, built in 1864.
✓ can’t miss this!
Take some photos by the lighthouse, the only building at the edge of the Possidi cape while waiting for the dolphins to show up in the sea!