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The Halkidiki peninsula at the north-east coast is known for its endless cosmopolitan beaches, deep coves and unspoiled landscapes. Once you have seen the region’s jaw-dropping scenery, it should come as no surprise that many claim that there is nowhere in Greece that boasts beaches as perfect as those of Halkidiki.
Mainland Halkidiki is composed of five municipalities and ends with a large peninsula divided into the three “fingers” of Kassadra, Sithonia and Mount Athos.
The climate in Halkidiki is very comfortable and particularly warm during the summer. The resort enjoys over 300 days of sunshine each year, and even the lowest temperatures are far higher than those in the UK and never dip below freezing.