Halkidiki is one of Greece’s northern regions, well known for its peninsulas which extend out of its mainland. Halkidiki has many archaeological sites which attract a number of visitors every year. The region is known for being the birthplace of Aristotle and Olynthus, providing a unique and full itinerary when it comes to history and culture in the area.
Halkidiki has tons of different properties and accommodation to suit various types of holidaymakers. 5-star resorts close to the beach are available as well as cheaper hotels, depending on what your budget is. Use our holiday filters to narrow down your Halkidiki hotel search to find something suitable to your taste and budget friendly.
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The average flight time to Halkidiki from the UK is 3 hours 32 minutes.
Halkidiki is full of beaches that you’ll surely love. Long stretches of fine sand and crystal-clear waters are just some of the things you can expect from Halkidiki beaches. Choose to relax on the sand, take a dip in the shallow waters or if you’re a thrill-seeker, jump on a jet ski and zoom around. Some of Halkidiki’s beaches are surrounded by great views of the rocky terrain or lush greenery.
Top beaches in Halkidiki include:
Temperatures in Halkidiki vary over the year. Generally, the weather is great excluding a few weeks in the winter when the temperatures drop. The warmest times of the year are during the summer. The best time to visit Halkidiki for more milder temperatures would be between April and June and September to November.
Average high and low temperatures for each month (°C):