Siatista, Kozani – Tradition, preserves quality!
Build at an altitude of 930 m Siatista is a small town located in the northern part of Greece, 55 km away from Kastoria. Known for its fur craftsmanship for over 2 centuries, Siatista has known great economical and cultural growth during the 17th century. Walking between the narrow cobblestone lanes one can still see the magnificent mansions of the past and admire their unique architecture.
It is in this magnificent place that we were taught all about fur, and there was no better place to host our fur workshop. Our experience goes back 60 years of devotion to the production of quality items. We stay faithful to handmade unique items that fully satisfy the unique needs and personality of our customers.
Chanioti is a peaceful tourist village on the east coast of the Kassandra Peninsula of Chalkidiki, just 60 minutes from Thessaloniki. Surrounded by green forests on the one side and a stunning blue see at the other Chantioti is bound to satisfy every visitor. Although it is a modern resort, its pretty central square, winding streets and traditional-style, red-roofed buildings suggest greater age.
It is situated on flat land gently sloping to the NE-facing shore, and as a result the water are typically warm and calm. The traffic-free frontage to the magnificent beach with a pine-shaded park at one end is one of its greater strengths. Being on the center of Kassandra it provides easy access to the whole peninsula, with the famous clubs of Kallithea only 15 minutes away.
It is a relaxing venue for groups of most ages, and one of the most popular resorts on the peninsula. Visitors are predominantly British and Scandinavian holidaymakers, plus hordes of Greeks from mid-June to the end of August.
Words got your attention? Have a look some stunning photos of Chanioti and Chalkidiki, and see what words cannot express.