Atrium Hotel 3* is built on the slope of a hill and overlooks the picturesque village of Pefkohori. It is surrounded by olive groves and pine trees and stands within 700 meters from the nearest beach. There is a complimentary hotel shuttle-bus service to the beach and back 7 times a day from 10.00 till 19.00.


✔ Thessaloniki : 95 km.
✔ Airport: 95 km.
✔ PORT 105 KM.
✔ village: 400 m.
✔ Supermarket: 200 m.
✔ beach: 700 m
✔ hospital: 15 km
✔ bus stop: 500 m
Pefkohori village is located on the first peninsula of Halkidiki just 105 km from the major city of Thessaloniki and 95 km from its international airport Macedonia. Halkidiki Peninsula offers visitors a go-slow atmosphere and some of the best scenery in the country. It is considered to be a cosmopolitan resort where one can enjoy romantic promenades, the immense beauty of its beaches and greenery. The nightlife caters for all tastes as well. There are sufficient bars and taverns along the beach front to keep you entertained.


✔ Petralona Cave
✔ Mount Athos
✔ Afitos Village
✔ Hanioti Village
✔Temple of Ammon Zeus
A stroll through the garden of paradise is no longer impossible. Along the seashore under the sun, the indented coastline spreads out for many kilometres alongside the blue waters of the sea, into a secret garden of pleasing scents and lush vegetation. An artist would strive to find suitable colours to capture on canvas the countless shades of nature, the magnificent depths of the sea along sandy or rocky beaches and the patterns the sea has sculpted on the rocks and even the movement of the wind through the trees. Choose your favourite colours and paint your holidays in Halkidiki, like you have always dreamed of.


✔ The White Tower
✔ Roman Agora
✔ The Arch of Galerius
✔ Rotonda
✔ Byzantine monuments
✔ The Church of St. Demetrius
Thessaloniki is often referred to as the northern capital of Greece and the second largest city of the country. Thessaloniki embraces the Gulf of Thermaikos.  Historically, it is one of the oldest cities in Europe. It is home to architectural marvels. The wealth of Byzantine chapels, Ottoman architecture and orthodox resonate at every turn. Thessaloniki is truly unique in the sense that it intricately marries its thousands-year-old multicultural heritage with Greek gastronomy and hospitality.