About Halkidiki...

Halkidiki is a treat for visitors. Green forests that reach right down to the beach. golden sunlights that are reflected in the turquoise waters every day off. a traditional style with a rich gastronomic and cultural heritage. Endless coves, unique architectural sites, perfectly preserved Christian monument and a host of unexplored treasures, all add their own touch to the unique canvas that is Halkidiki.

Halkidiki is also home  for those who love mountains. Paths for mountain biking and walking cut their way through the forests of pine, oak, fir and chestnut trees. Here you can feel the pure air refreshing, and crystal clear cool water gushes from dozens of hidden springs to quench your thirst.

Of course, anyone who wants to truly feel the vastness of the Aegean and O.D. on adrenaline at the same time needs to devote a little time to some serious sea sports! Windsurfing, kitesurfing, diving, water skiing, Sailing  and many other sea sports activities are all on offer for you here.The facilities in Kassándra and Sithonia are excellent.

It is said that the great philosopher Aristotle loved the honey of Halkidiki. You will love the land and the rich produce of its gardens and orchards. The region is formed of three peninsulas or “feet”. Each feet, has its own unique charm, history and magic.

Kassandra, scene of the Battle of the Giants in ancient mythology,
Sithonia, a magical place of green forest and blue sea
Mt. Athos, home to twenty historic monasteries.



Truly a place of dreams, and your dream has only just begun… They say that nowhere in Greece can boast beaches like those of Halkidiki. The region has the perfect combination of that Greek light, unspoiled landscapes, colours and fragrances. The glorious natural setting, is complemented by the rich culinary fare of the region and the living religious traditions of its people, manifested in a host of feast days and other ceremonies and rituals.