Agios Nikolaos is about 110 km from Thessaloniki, on the peninsula of Sithonia. It has rare natural beauties characteristic of the dense pine forest, from which it is surrounded, from north to south. The village has retained its traditional style. Typical examples are the traditional 19th century houses and the cobbled streets, which are examples of folk architecture. Admortal are also the churches of St. George and St. Paraskevi, as well as the chapels of St. Nicholas, St. George and Ormos Panagias.