Halkidiki is an exotic paradise known for it's three peninsulas which reach out into the Aegean Sea. They are perfectly surrounded by turquoise waters and Caribbean-style white beaches. Each tendril, Kassandra, Sithonia and Athos are unique to their own and each have a different atmosphere.
Temperatures are likely to reach over 30 degrees from June to August during the peak of summer. So sun worshipers will have enough time to catch some rays on Sani beach, one of the most popular tourist resorts in Kassandra.
At only 20km away, Thessaloniki is a short distance away with many complementing the city's friendly, upbeat vibe as you stroll through the centre. Another popular hotspot is the Museum of Byzantine Culture; a remarkable place documenting the Byzantine presence in Thessaloniki culture. Beautifully displayed and with more than enough to see, this visit is certainly not to be missed.
However do not let the historical sites fool you! By night the Grecian waterfronts of Halkidiki and Thessaloniki are swarming with international backpackers and holiday makers enjoying the steady row of cocktail bars. And if you enjoy local delicacies then you certainly won’t go hungry during your stay. Delicious fish and seafood dishes are usually complimented with Macedonian; a strong-flavoured wine as old as the Roman times! Popular after dinner indulgences include cream or custard-filled pastries called Bougatsas and Trigona Panoramatos.
Both Halkidiki and Thessaloniki have excellent bus connections throughout Northern Greece, giving you the perfect opportunity to explore every Grecian spectacle it has to offer.
Airlines and Schedules
Summer 2018 flights commence on 04.05.18