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Halkidiki

Located on the northern side of Greece, Halkidiki is a popular tourist region with many resorts and lovely beaches. It is easily accessible from Thessaloniki, the second largest Greek city. Due to its large size, tourism in Halkidiki is spread around, creating many beach tourist places. The first peninsula is the busiest, while the second peninsula is less frequented but equally beautiful. Holidays in Halkidiki will give you amazing days on the beach and long romantic nights. A drive around will bring you to nice places and historical sites.

Halkidiki is the most popular tourist destination in northern Greece. It is actually a peninsula with three small peninsulas, known as the three legs of Halkidiki Greece. The first leg is Kassandra and has popular tourist resorts with organized beaches. The second peninsula is Sithonia, with less organized resorts and more secluded coves. The third peninsula, Mount Athos, is a close monastic community where entrance is allowed only to men and after special permission. Very interesting is is a boat trip from Ouranoupolis that makes the tour of Mount Athos, a region with lovely beaches and impressive Byzantine monasteries. Tourist facilities are plenty in the beautiful beach resorts of Halkidiki. 

Halkidiki is an area of mainland Greece which belongs to Macedonia region. Halkidiki Greece is mostly famous for the amazing beach resorts. Due to the large size of the region, these resorts are innumerable and suit all preferences, so you will find both organized busy resorts or totally secluded places. The most tourist popular region is the first peninsula of Halkidiki, while the second is more calm and popular for camping. Most organized beaches in Halkidiki are lined up with hotels and restaurants.

Sightseeings will be many during your Halkidiki holidays, including the Cave of Petralona rich in stalactites and stalagmites, Byzantine towers, ancient sites and lovely monasteries. Very interesting is the boat trip from Ouranoupolis to Mount Athos. As entrance to the monastic community of Athos is prohibited, the boat makes the tour of this peninsula and visitors see the impressive monasteries from the sea. Holidays in Halkidiki is ideal for families, couples and groups of friends. 

Kavourotrypes, also known as Orange beach, is a lovely place with exotic waters and white rock formations. It is found at the second leg of the peninsula. 

The beach of Armenistis is located at the second peninsula of Halkidiki. It is widely famous for the many campings that line up the beach and for the exotic waters. Afytos is among the most beautiful villages in Halkidiki. It is found at the first leg and gives breathtaking view to the Aegean Sea. Many nice beaches are found in the region. 

Mount Athos is a monastic community that coves the third leg of Halkidiki. Cruises to Mount Athos depart from Ouranoupolis and other smaller ports in the region. 

Beaches in Halkidiki – No luxury holiday to Halkidiki is complete without visiting the regions stunning beaches. The Sithonia peninsula is famed for its beautiful beaches tucked away from the rest of the world; it is largely unknown by tourists, so it is the perfect place to relax. Here you can also find the delightful town of Sarti which offers plenty of restaurants for a lunch time break or evening supper. On the beautiful Aristotelis peninsula is the premier beach resort of Ouranoupolis whose beach is backed by a promenade lined with cafes and charming taverns. If you’re looking for something a little more secluded, then Ammouliani beach is an islet accessible via boat from Tripiti. On the beautiful Aristotelis peninsula is the premier beach resort of Ouranoupolis whose beach is backed by a promenade lined with cafes and charming taverns. If you’re looking for something a little more secluded, then Ammouliani beach is an islet accessible via boat from Tripiti. The Kassandra peninsula also sports a whole host of sandy beaches and bays including the Blue Flag Polychrono beach and, Kalithea beach which offers a range of watersports. 

Petralona Cave –  

Prehistoric cave full of stalactites & stalagmites with tours & an adjacent anthropological museum. The existence of an abundance of caves in a country, where 65% of the terrain is limestone, is perfectly normal. Besides, Greece is the second country after China with the largest number of caves in the world. Several thousand of these formations have been explored, mapped and studied, and more than 100 have been described as of remarkable interest το visitors. In 1959 a villager of Petralona, in Halkidiki, Northern Greece, in his effort to find sources of water for the needs of the settlement, found a small cleft on the slopes of Mount Katsika. Two adventurous young men were lowered by rope to a depth of 13 meters and when they surfaced, they described the beautiful formations of stalactites and stalagmites, which they had seen for the first time in their lives. 

 

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No luxury holiday to Halkidiki is complete without visiting the regions stunning beaches. The Sithonia peninsula is famed for its beautiful beaches tucked away from the rest of the world; it is largely unknown by tourists, so it is the perfect place to relax. Here you can also find the delightful town of Sarti which offers plenty of restaurants for a lunch time break or evening supper. On the beautiful Aristotelis peninsula is the premier beach resort of Ouranoupolis whose beach is backed by a promenade lined with cafes and charming taverns. If you’re looking for something a little more secluded, then Ammouliani beach is an islet accessible via boat from Tripiti. On the beautiful Aristotelis peninsula is the premier beach resort of Ouranoupolis whose beach is backed by a promenade lined with cafes and charming taverns. If you’re looking for something a little more secluded, then Ammouliani beach is an islet accessible via boat from Tripiti. The Kassandra peninsula also sports a whole host of sandy beaches and bays including the Blue Flag Polychrono beach and, Kalithea beach which offers a range of watersports. 

Prehistoric cave full of stalactites & stalagmites with tours & an adjacent anthropological museum. The existence of an abundance of caves in a country, where 65% of the terrain is limestone, is perfectly normal. Besides, Greece is the second country after China with the largest number of caves in the world. Several thousand of these formations have been explored, mapped and studied, and more than 100 have been described as of remarkable interest το visitors. In 1959 a villager of Petralona, in HalkidikiNorthern Greece, in his effort to find sources of water for the needs of the settlement, found a small cleft on the slopes of Mount Katsika. Two adventurous young men were lowered by rope to a depth of 13 meters and when they surfaced, they described the beautiful formations of stalactites and stalagmites, which they had seen for the first time in their lives.