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Brangelina, De Niro and Monica Bellucci are touring Halkidiki

16 August 2012 / 16:08:37  GRReporter
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A constellation of Hollywood celebrities continues to flood the Greek Mediterranean. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have rented a luxury yacht to tour the Halkidiki peninsula away from the locals. After rumours of a "secret" wedding over the weekend did not prove true, the couple has gone on a summer vacation with their six children. On their Mediterranean journey, Jolie and Pitt are enjoying the company of John Travolta and Robert De Niro who have been sailing around the Greek islands with their yachts since the middle of July. The wife of Vincent Cassel and a famous actress - Monica Bellucci joined them on Tuesday evening. She flew on a charter flight from southern Italy to Halkidiki, where she boarded the yacht of the stars.

Witnesses, who met the Hollywood vacationers, say that the celebrities were easy-going and their presence was unostentatious. Tourists and residents on the second arm of Halkidiki - Sithonia, who were able to see the select group from a distance, commented on the social networks that the Greek "celebrities" have a lot o learn from the behaviour of their world famous colleagues. The group visited first the Cassandra arm this week. It landed on the beach of Sikia, Sithonia, where the children played in the sea and later, they all had lunch together at a local taverna.
It became clear in the meantime, that Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has landed his mega-yacht in the waters near Chania and is enjoying the August sun with friends. Cameron Diaz in turn has decided to take a dose of the Greek vacation myth too and arrived in Mykonos two days ago. According to the Greek media, the girl from California is alone, without friends, accompanied by three bodyguards. On Wednesday evening, she went for a walk near Oraniou and enjoyed some fine Mediterranean dishes in Kuzina restaurant shortly after 11 pm. According to To Vima, Diaz had ordered sushi and mineral water.

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