Farm Platanorema, a characteristic and interesting example of an agrotourism business, is an effort (attempt) to combine the extraordinary landscape with its exceptional natural beauty on the one hand, and the man-made creations built in it on the other.
In a space of thirty-five (35) acres, landmarked by a natural aquatic path with a native plane-tree forest, the visitor gets the chance to live, fell and taste the true experience of nature, combining mountain and sea (only 5 minutes away)!
During the day, the visitor can roam around the Farm, the duck lake, the turkeys, the pheasants, the peacocks, the wild-bores, the little goats and sheep, the horses, the donkeys, but also have fun with outdoor activities such as wall-climbing, archery, an adventure course and flying fox. Outside the farm there is also the opportunity for hiking, horseback riding, mountain-biking in pre-selected, or not, courses.
The stone-built restaurant is the place where the feast of flavors and the variety of dishes of semi-wild bred meats (pork & veal), vegetables from the Farm’s garden, local cheeses and the famous wines of Halkidiki and Mount Athos, will satisfy even the most demanding of palates.
At night the visitor can rest in the luxurious stone-built guesthouses with the country decoration and the warmth of the fireplace, while the open window brings in sounds of nature, forgotten but real.
In a part of Halkidiki of, still, untainted beauty,on the way to Mount Athos, on the 10th km of the road from M. Panagia to Ierissos, just 10 minutes away from Arnaia and 5 minutes away from the closest beach next to Pyrgadikia, Platanorema, with its 4 stone-built, luxurious suites with their own fireplaces and kitchens, offers you an unforgettable stay for your family and friends.
The farm also includes tennis, volleyball, basketball and football (5x5) courts, as well as a conference room with 200 people capacity. We are expecting you at Platanorema to show you, in person the incomparable advantages of a blessed land, through the warmth of its people and their work.
Yannis Papastergiou & Evdokia Strongyli