is a peninsula, southeast of the city of Thessaloniki
(Greece's second largest city). With its characteristic three
peninsulas, Kassandra , Sithonia , Athos, it resembles a trident
piercing the Aegean. Sunny, golden sandy beaches, deep and
picturesque gulfs, traditional villages and modern tourist resorts,
small islands and sheltered bays, pine-clad hills descending to
sea, Mediterranean climate and magnificent natural beauty,
compose the picture of today's Halkidiki.
Here you will find all Nationalities coming together in search
relaxation and friendship to live or spend their holidays. A calm
beautiful dreamlike place where the visitor feels like he has left
the familiar world behind him, teeming with a rich blend of legend,
culture, history and a natural hospitality. The Greeks love Halkidiki
and its not difficult to see why. And it is only one hour from
Thessaloniki, the second city of Greece, with its international
Airport (flights launching from all over Europe every day).
Halkidiki is a place for all seasons, indoor and outdoor activities
abound. Visits to museums and churches, organized boat tours,
safari drives, walking, cycling, golf, horse riding, water sports
and many more. Take in the typical Greek culture and why not
stay as a friend and live in Halkidiki.
Kassandra, the westernmost prong of Halkidiki, being the closest
to Thessaloniki, is the most popular and populated of the three
peninsulas. Its white beaches and rocky, pine-studded
promontories were the first to attract visitors, both Greeks
Here you will find all the amenities - hotels in every price range,
traditional Greek taverns, discotheques, bars and other
entertainment, as well as a wide variety of recreation facilities,
especially for water sports and others like Tennis, Volleyball,
Sightseeing and Walking Tours.
Also there are a lot of theaters, concerts and traditional festivities.
But if peace and quiete are what you seek, there is no shortage
of pleasant, uncrowded hideaways, either.
Kassandra is the most domesticated of the three prongs.
Its plains are golden with cultivated fields, its rolling hills
blessed with lush vegetation and green pine forests.
Its inland villagers are farmers, who pursue their livelihood
in the age - old manner and who welcome the stranger as a friend.
Thessaloniki itself, with its University,
Fair and sports facilities is a lively, modern city.
Avenues and squares, shops and markets, theaters and
movies, museums, churches, and beautiful architecture
make up Thessaloniki by day. At night the taverns,
bouzoukis and night clubs change its face. With every
step you hear the beat of Thessaloniki, a heart that is
immortal both in sorrow and joy, a friendly heart to all.