Thessaloniki Beaches Although Thessaloniki is mostly famous for its nightlife and sightseeing, there are few nice beach places around the town. All beaches in Thessaloniki are easy to access from the city centre and most are organized with tourist facilities.
Agia Triada is a small town located in Thessaloniki. Agia Triada is a long, organized beach equiped with umbrellas and sunbeds. The waters of this beach, like all beaches around Thessaloniki, are crystal-clear. This beach is located approximately 22km from the center of Thessaloniki. You can take the bus to get to this beach as well.
Thessaloniki and the sea march together for thousands of years. The sea breeze can be enjoyed not only in the city but also around it. One of the privileges of Thessaloniki is beautiful seaside villages very close to the city, easily accessible even by public transportation.
May 08, 2007 · You can get to several beaches using public transportation: – Aghia Triada and Neoi Epivates (bus No 72) – Angelochori (bus No 76) – Epanomi beaches (bus No 69) – Beaches between Michaniona and Epanomi (bus No 77) Check www.oasth.gr for info on routes and timetables.
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Hi, I live in Thessaloniki and go for swimming at Epanomi beach (paralia Epanomis). It’s clean and sandy. You can go there by local bus lines 69 or 70 (it’s about an hour) and return late in the afternoon.
Galaxias Beach – another one of the popular ‘Blue Flag’ beaches in nearby Thermaikos and therefore close to Thessaloniki. Galaxias Beach ranks are a four-star resort and is situated alongside the villages of Agia Triada and Nei Epivates.
Southeast of Thessaloniki is the peninsula of Halkidiki which boasts some of the finest beaches in all of Greece. At one time the prime destination for Germans and other Europeans, the area’s popularity has receded only slightly because of the difficulties in driving through what was once Yugoslavia.