LOYTRA AGIAS PARASKEVIS
ΛΟΥΤΡΑ ΑΓΙΑΣ ΠΑΡΑΣΚΕΥΉΣ
Halkidiki Thermal Spa
THERMAL SPA AGIA PARASKEVI, KASSANDRA HALKIDIKI
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thermal spa center
OVERLOOKING THE AEGEAN SEA
HYDRO MASSAGE – PHYSIOTHERAPY
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Due to the recent storm that hit the area of Loutra and the damage that has been done in our facilities, the Thermal SPA Center will be closed until further notice.
More news regarding the status of our operation you will able to find on this page.
Thank you in advance for understanding.
Thermal Spa Agia Paraskevi
Spa overlooking the Aegean Sea in Kassandra Halkidiki
From the depths of the earth, healing water of Agia Paraskevi, Kassandra gushes out. Due to its unique composition of chemical elements containing rare sanative properties, it rejuvenates both body and spirit.
On the cliff, in a magnificent setting overlooking the Aegean Sea, modern spa of Agia Paraskevi has been born, with its experienced staff waiting for revitalizing you.
With swimming-pools, saunas, hamam, hydromasaz, individually and bodily it offers treatment and invigoration for the modern person which works, it is permanently moved in fast time.
In a beautiful environment with medical support and framed with hotels, rooms, bar and specials taverns.
Agia Paraskevi is a village in the prefecture of Halkidiki. It is administratively owned by the Municipality of Kassandra in the Region of Central Macedonia (Kallikratis program). 
From 1999 to 2010, according to the then administrative division of Greece, it was the seat of the homonymous municipal district of the Municipality of Pallini.
According to the 2011 census, its population is 294 people . The inhabitants mainly deal with beekeeping and olive farming.
Its location is in the inland of Kassandra  and is surrounded by pine forest. There are traditional houses built of stone in the village.
They operate inter alia, a rural practice, KAPI, kindergarten and elementary school. The latter is called Elementary School of Paliouri / Ag. Friday. The main church is on the outskirts of the village and this settlement owes its name to it. In the village there is a cultural association called “Chalkidis”.