Halkidiki is an immensely popular seaside destination in northern Greece. Consisting of four distinct regions (Central Halkidiki, Kassandra, Sithonia, and Athos), three of which extend southeast as “legs” into the Aegean Sea, this region boasts perhaps the greatest number of excellent beaches in the whole of Greece.

In July and August, Halkidiki is packed with drive-in tourists from the Balkans and fly-in visitors from the cooler north, all seeking to enjoy some of the truly excellent boutique and luxury hotels on offer. Travelers of a spiritual bent flock year-round to Mount Athos, the area’s monastic republic which has remained virtually unchanged over hundreds of years.

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