You haven't experienced Possidi unless you have been to the amazing "Miti" beach at the cape of Possidi. Just behind the university camping and after the legendary Lighthouse "Faro" lies the most exotic beach of Kassandra peninsula!
The so-called "Posidian Nose" is a natural phenomenon of sand deposition in the cape from the sea movement and is of unique beauty. Every year the shape of the sandy peninsula changes and gives a new experience to its visitors. Sometimes turned as a hook to the left, or to the right and sometimes closes its edge inwards and forms ponds with the sealed seawater. All you need for perfect photos!
The total length of the peninsula is about 1 kilometer, so if you do not have a 4x4, you need to walk on the sand for up to 20-25 minutes to reach the edge of the peninsula. For this reason, many visitors swim at the beginning of the “nose” on the left, at the beach, which is a natural continuation of the beach of Possidi settlement, while those who are more into walking, come closer to the edge to enjoy a double bath on both sides of the “nose”.