Halkidiki represents an amazing coastline of 550km, featuring a thousand different beaches. There are pure golden sandy ones, to enjoy their stunning landscape and others rocky enough, to explore their wild beauty. Each coast has an exotic view, as well as emerald, crystal clear waters, deserving all those Blue Flags, have been awarded. Easy enough to find your ideal place in Halkidiki, choose either a kind of crowded spot to feel the Greek beachy vibes or a quiet place to enjoy its tranquillity. Visit Halkidiki to find out the reasons why that’s a magical place, closer than you think!


Kassandra, from N. Fokaia to Paliouri, has it all! Just 80 km from Thessaloniki one can find N. Fokaia and continue this magical journey to traditional Afitos and cosmopolitan Kallithea. Then you will find Kriopigi covered with pines, picturesque Hanioti, beautiful Polichrono and famous Pefkochori. On their way up to traditional Agia Paraskevi, visitors will find Paliouri. Nea Skioni, with its long history and beautiful beaches, and Kalandra welcome their visitors offering them an unforgettable tourist experience. Next stop of this beautiful journey is Fourka and verdant Kassandrino. Kassandria, the “queen” of Peninsula, is the capital of the respective municipality.


The climate in Halkidiki is generally mild with limited rainfall whilst sunshine and warm summers are well known. It enjoys almost 300 days of sunshine on average annually. The lowest temperatures occur during December to February ranging between 3.5°C to 15°C, while highest temperatures occur during summer months and range between 23°C and 36°C.