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Of wine celars, philosophers and surfer boys. What not to miss on the three peninsulas of Chalkidiki in northern Greece

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On the way on the Traces of Aristotle Politimi Markogiannaki from “Aristotle’s Paths” (www.aristotlespaths.com) loves, philosphy about Aristotle and to show the places where he left  traces. One example? “On one of our tours at Aristotle’s Paths, we combine the  birthplace of Aristotle in ancient Stagira with a visit to the Zygos Monastery, the only ancient monastery accessible
to women on the border of Mount Athos, with a dive in the only only underwater wine cellar and a swim in the waterfalls of Varvara. A very personal tour, because all these places are also my favorite places in Halkidiki.”

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Author: Julitta Ammerschläger

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When you start a trip, you do not just plan a route, you get involved in the five senses of the place you are visiting. Perfumes, images, local gastronomy, customs and traditions. In the end you change because you experienced something different. Let's start a journey together P. Markogiannaki Founder at Aristotle’s Paths

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