Nikiti is a large village in Sithonia, the second “finger” of the Chalkidiki peninsula. Historically, this place was one of the centers of human civilization. Remains of ancient settlements and antique towns have been found in its territory; early Christian temples still exist in Nikiti. Today, the village is famous as the largest honey producer in Greece. Transfers offered by our company remain the most convenient means of reaching Nikiti. All our drivers speak English, Russian, and Greek; you will be able to communicate freely and to receive any desired information.
Distances to big transport points
- Macedonia Airport, Thessaloniki – 89 km
- Thessaloniki Center, Aristotelous Square – 98 km
- Thessaloniki Train Station – 100 km
- Bus Station KTEL Macedonia – 102 km
- Ouranoupolis Port – 64 km
What other transportation can be used
Intercity buses – You need to know in advance where and at what time a suitable bus stops. Buses pass through the village of Nikiti approximately 3 times a day. After getting off a bus, you will need to use additional transport to get to your destination.
Public taxis – You can order a taxi by phone in the Greek language or catch a car in the street. Taxis usually cost more than economical transfer, and level of service is quite ordinary.