A beach where three main points are noticeable: the steep rocks, the imposing caves and the deep blue waters. Kelyfos, or turtle, as the locals call it because of its shape, is located opposite to Neos Marmaras, between the peninsula of Kassandra and Sithonia. An uninhabited place, distinguished for its wild and rare beauty, consisting of large areas of pine and wild olives, while its high cliffs and caves offer endless hours of exploration. The beach has turquoise waters and is only accessible by sea, renting a boat from the surrounding areas. This particular beach is a favorite destination for lovers of water sports and seabed exploration (maximum size 45 meters, ideal for scuba diving or snorkeling). The experience will surely be unforgettable.