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Welcome to Halkidiki
Split over three different peninsulas, the Greek peninsula of Halkidiki is a unique holiday destination. The dramatic natural landscapes across the region make it a popular place for anyone looking to get out and explore the countryside. Along the way, you can see some of the local birds and wildlife, and take in the sights from the mountains that sweep down to the perfectly blue waters of the Aegean Sea. For those looking to relax, you can spend time on one of the beautiful beaches, many of which have a backdrop of wild forests. You can also dip into the local restaurant scene, sample traditional Greek dishes and even try some of the local wine, grown on Halkidiki’s fertile hills.
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Halkidiki Key Facts
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The most commonly spoken language is Greek.
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The currency used in Halkidiki is the euro.
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When to go to Halkidiki?
With its sunny Mediterranean climate, you’ll always get a warm welcome in Halkidiki. Temperatures are at their peak in June, July and August, when the region is also at its busiest. If you’d prefer a quieter getaway and slightly cooler temperatures, head across in May or September when you’ll also be able to beat the busy summer holiday crowd.
Where to stay in Halkidiki?
Hotels in Kassandra are great for families and groups, as the area is packed with resorts and things to do. Kallithea, the peninsula’s liveliest village, is where you’ll find busy beach bars, Halkidiki’s largest shopping centre and even go-kart racing. Sani, on the peninsula’s west coast, boasts sprawling white sands and a busy resort area, while Afytos on the eastern coast will put you close to historic relics like the Temple of Ammon Zeus.Visit the village of Agia Paraskevi in southern Kassandra to take a therapeutic dip in its famous thermal spas. Families will also love the shallow, aquamarine seas at Paliouri beach in the south east, which makes it perfect for paddling and trying out a range of water sports.Those looking for a quieter, more picturesque break should opt for a hotel in Sithonia. The peninsula is famed for its beaches and there are more than 92 to explore. Hotels near Nikiti make a great northern base as you can explore the historic Old Town or visit the ruins of Olynthus in Metamorfosi (11 minutes’ drive).Alternatively head 105km south of Halkidiki to Kriaritsi, which has a sprawling golden beach and the fascinating Ghost city, or 110 km to Toroni, where you’ll find excellent seafood and a Byzantine Forest.The third peninsula, Athos, is home to a network of monasteries surrounding Mount Athos. Most of the peninsula can only legally be visited by men, but boat tours run from Ouranoupolis in the North that allow everyone a glimpse at the mysterious holy lands from the water.
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