Halkidiki is a region in northern Greece famous for its distinct protruding peninsulas.
Mediterranean forests give way to sheltered bays with lazy sandy beaches…
Located on the Aegean Sea, Halkidiki lies just south of Thessaloniki.
On the northern side of mainland Greece, it is separated by a narrow valley in which there are two divine lakes – Volvi and Koronia.
In the southern part, the region’s coast is uniquely indented and splits into three smaller peninsulas: Mount Athos in the southeast, Sithonia in the mid-south, and Kassandra in the southwest.
Kassandra is the most developed of the peninsulas, with sophisticated resorts and an active nightlife.