Some people say that markets reflect the soul of the city. Perhaps markets are no longer what they once were, but still they are very popular in touristic areas, both for tourists and the local population. The reason for this are, above all, lower prices of fruits and vegetables, as well as clothes and things for the house.

On this island there is only one Market and it’s located in town Prinos on the west coast. It is open on Mondays from 8 to 14h. It is very large and visited. This market is visited by people from all over the island, but also by many tourists.

Market day in Kavala is Saturday. Market in Kavala is known for very low prices of the clothes, however, to this market come people from all the cities in northern Greece.

Between Asprovalta and Vrasna a large market opens on Mondays and in Stavros on Thursdays (in the old part of Stavros).

Regarding Sithonia, Nikiti’s is market day is on Friday, in Neos Marmaras and Agios Nikolaos is on Thursday, in Sikia and Poligiros is on Saturdays, and in Ormilia is on Mondays.

It is interesting that in Kassandra in the popular summer resorts there are no open markets, therefore the residents of Pefkohori, Hanioti and other touristic places go to Kassandria, where the market day is on Tuesdays. In Nea Moudania Market opens on Wednesdays, and in Nea Kallikratia on Tuesdays.

In Ierissos on Athos market day is on Tuesday.

Apart from these places, in Chalkidiki there are open Markets in the following small towns: Nea Triglia on Mondays, Arne, M. Panagia and Galatista on Wednesdays, Lakoma on Thursdays, Simantra on Fridays, Paleohori and Riza on Saturdays.

More about the market in Nikiti, read here.

More about the market in Neos Marmaras read here.

More about the market on Thassos read here.