Mild climate, attractive coastline and high grounds bless the area.
Halkidiki is a charming region of Northern Greece
Hence, it boasts diverse vacationing opportunities, including hiking, cycling, horse-riding and water sports. More so, the region of Halkidiki prides on the rich historical legacy. Here, you can see vestiges dating back to ancient Greece.
Finally, you can enjoy great cuisine and nightlife around. In short, Halkidiki is a year-round destination that can’t let you down.
Peninsulas Kassandra, Sithonia and Athos are the most famous areas of Halkidiki.
Westernmost Kassandra is most developed in terms of tourist facilities. Long, organized beaches and many nightlife venues are this peninsula’s major imprints.
Central Sithonia is a magnificent symbiosis of forested areas, rocky hills and countless beaches. Sithonia is a great destination for an active vacation. Neos Marmaras is one of a few major resorts here.
Easternmost Athos, known as Mount Athos, is the Monastic Republic. Sadly, females and children aren’t allowed to access. But, the republic’s seaside monasteries and cliffs are memorable sights from the sea.
Mount Holomontas dominates over Central (North) Halkidiki. This area is rich in various tree species. Some assets of this area are rivers, canyons, springs and traditional villages.
Sithonia is the central Halkidiki’s peninsula, possessing all prerequisites for a tranquil and active vacation. Night owls aren’t neglected either since Sithonia disposes of beach bars, although not in numbers characteristic of Kassandra. Anyhow, if you are a fan of a splendid and diverse nature, Sithonia is going to delight you.
There is a wide range of places tourists can choose for their base, campgrounds as well, and all of them are enchanting in their own way. Whether you visit Neos Marmaras, Agios Nikolaos, Vourvourou, Metamorphossi or any other resort or village, you’re sure to be enthusiastic with its architecture and atmosphere.