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The magical peninsula of Halkidiki, which reminds us of Pasidon’s trident, located southern of Thessaloniki and is composed of three smaller peninsulas Kassandra, Sithonia and Athos. Poligiros is Halkidiki’s capital town, where you can move with a car and the closest airport is the “Macedonia Airport” in Thessaloniki.

Halkidiki has a great variaty of places for someone to see, so even the most demanding visitor won’t be unsatisfied. Beautiful restaurants with traditional dishes lie in every significant, from architectural view, village, remarkable archeological sites and a unique cave, excited night life, unlimmited beaches with light blue water are only some of the elements that form the picture of this peninsula. Archaeologists will spend a lot of time to explore Olinthos, Stagira, the Petralona Cave, Potidea and Toroni. Romantics will wonder aimlessly to the vast beaches and the traditional alleys. The most actives will enjoy each kind of water sports in Halkidiki’s beaches, as well as cycling and hiking to Holomondas.


Archeological Sites – Interesting Spots