The 9th International Conference of Anticancer Research was held at the Porto Carras Grand Resort, Sithonia, Halkidiki, Greece, from 6 to 10 October, 2014.
Sithonia, the central peninsula of Chalkidiki, is varnished with unique, virgin bays and plenty of serene and natural beaches. The place that hosted both Aristotle and Alexander the Great has succeeded in keeping a low profile in mass tourism campaigns and maintaining its cultural uniqueness and natural beauty. Situated right next to Thessaloniki, voted best of the world places by National Geographic, it dazzles the international traveler with an interminable list of archaeological sights of great magnitude.
The museum of Vergina hosts immaculate gold treasuries from the burial site of King Philip II, Alexander the Great’s father. The ancient Kavala aqueduct, the ancient theatre of Filippoi, the archaelogical areas of Vergina, Dion and Pella, and countless byzantine monuments and churches are only a few of the nearby sites that inspire a great historical time travel experience.