The fact that Halkidiki produces tones of high-quality honey per year is enough to establish it as Greece’s beekeeping capital.
2.300 years ago, Aristotle lauded honey and its advantages to man, claiming that honey extends life.
Today, Halkidiki beekeepers continue the practice of exploiting the rich fauna of Kassandra, Sithonia, and North Halkidiki in the most natural way possible by producing large amounts of honey.
Because of the climate and land form of Halkidiki, the region produces oil and olives that are known for their distinct taste and quality.
Phytochemical and organic characteristics (substances necessary for the healthy functioning of the human body) are abundant in Halkidki olives, which are processed only for the goal of providing customer pleasure.