Halkidiki or Chalkidiki is a Peninsula of central Macedonia with an area about 4,000 sq kms.
To the north it borders with the prefecture of Thessaloniki,while to the south, east and west coast with the Aegean.
In the south is divided in three peninsulas: Kassandra to the west, Sithonia in the middle and the Mount Athos to the east.
West coast of Halkidiki
West Halkidiki, gravitating to Thessaloniki, is a region boasting exceptional beaches, diverse natural beauties, appealing coastline and rich nightlife. As you follow the coastline, you’ll pass through likable picturesque villages, archaeological sites, pine forests, and other memorable spots that have power to enchant its visitors.
Villages of the West Halkidiki offer much more than appealing architecture and atmosphere. They are the main source of nightlife and sport activities. Sparsely populated in the low season, the villages become bustling areas in the high season, with all necessary and complementary tourist facilities, such as taverns, beach bars, diverse stores, etc. Excellent beach bars can be found in Nea Plagia, Nea Flogita and Nea Kallkiratia, where you can enjoy engaging beach parties. [ view more ]
Kassandra, the westernmost peninsula of Halkidiki, is renowned for its preserved natural beauty, engaging nightlife, annual festivals, and endless entertaining opportunities. And, after marvelous daytime and nighttime activities, the accommodation facilities catering to all types of travelers will take care for your deserved rest.
As you traverse the Kassandra’s coastline, which is splashed by the aquamarine waters of the North Aegean, you’ll be enchanted by everything you see between the pristine and the wild beauty of the northern Kassandra, the sea of greenery at east and entertaining facilities in the west. Numerous beach bars dot the coastline, whose blue-flagged beaches and wooded caps penetrate the marvelous sea. While you are around the Paliouri Beach, take a break at the famous beach bars. [ view more ]