Ammouliani, in Halkidiki, is a tiny island, a green droplet in the gulf of Agion Oros; a small paradise made up of white sandy beaches, clear blue sea waters and a traditionally serene pace of life. With a rich history that goes back centuries, it also offers the visitor plenty of opportunity for interesting excursions.
Ammouliani Island Blog
Greece has 6,000 islands, of which more than 200 are inhabited. It’s hard to choose your next summer escape, but if you’re a nature lover and enjoy quiet, hidden destinations, give Ammouliani a chance. Ammouliani is a tiny island located just across from the monastic state of Mount Athos, a short ferry ride from the mainland.
The island of Ammouliani has just 600 residents and few tourists. The view is sublime from our deserted patch of white sand with monastic and mysterious Mount Athos across the bay. The only sound is from seagulls overhead and the odd hum of the beach bar’s generator when it kicks into life every so often to make sure the beer stays cold.
Ammouliani Island in the end of September. Ammouliani Island is something really special in Halkidiki. It’s the only inhabited island that Halkidiki can boast about. Nestled in between the Sithonia and the Athos peninsulas, this little group of islands have developed to become a holiday destination in its own right.