The sophisticated sanctuary of Sani is a luxury resort with hotels that provide the highest standards and ample All Inclusive Halkidiki breaks. The area also boasts a swish marina with upmarket boutiques and gourmet restaurants. Part of an ecological reserve with outstanding natural beauty, Sani has seven kilometres of pristine sand and offers unsurpassed views across the Aegean.
The traditional village of Afitos is a laid-back destination for those looking for relaxing Halkidiki holidays. Perched on top of a hill, the village is within easy reach of the beach, providing ample opportunity for lounging about in the sun. Or you can spend your cheap holidays to Halkidiki exploring the village's narrow, cobbled streets and then sitting at a local taverna, enjoying lazy days with fantastic views over the sea.
The beautiful village of Hanioti has narrow streets and a magnificent, five kilometre-long beach. It's a popular tourist destination thanks to its family-friendly activities, such as go-karting, mini golf and watersports, and its close proximity to Kalithea nightlife. As a result there are a good selection of restaurants, beach bars and shops for you to enjoy on cheap holidays to Halkidiki in this beautiful destination.
Usually quiet Halkidiki ramps it up a gear in cosmopolitan Kalithea. The lively strip of bars, shops and restaurants, in addition to out-of-town clubs, makes nightlife here fun. The long, white beach benefits from stunning views of the neighbouring peninsula, and there's a pretty old town and some ancient remains. Kalithea means 'good view' as the charming old town and many of the upmarket hotels benefit from this beautiful bay vista.
Located amid Crete's beautiful countryside and treated to a sandy beach, the little village of Kalives makes for relaxed Greek island holidays underneath the Grecian sun.
Sandwiched between pine-covered mountains and the Aegean Sea, Kriopigi is a traditional Greek village with a choice of sandy beaches, ideal for couples and families looking for All Inclusive Halkidiki holidays. Its wooded scenery is ripe for walking and bird-spotting, while Kriopigi's quaint old town comes complete with a maze of small streets and there's also the remains of an ancient outdoor amphitheatre.
The modern town of Nea Moudania is one of Halkidiki's largest making it the perfect cosmopolitan Halkidiki holiday destination. As well as a golden beach and recently renovated marina, it's dotted with historic landmarks. You won't be short of shopping opportunities, bars and restaurants but, just in case, Thessaloniki is nearby. The town is backed by olive groves and is blessed with stunning views over towards Mount Olympus.
The fishing village of Ouranoupolis is the gateway to the spectacular Mount Athos monasteries. Tourism is low-key, making it a restful place. Activities include taking boat trips around the coast to gaze on the spectacular hilltop monasteries and hermitages, wandering through the nature reserve, climbing up Ouranoupolis' Byzantine watchtower, or admiring the amazing sunset from the golden, sandy beach.
Home to Greek legends, beautiful white-sand beaches and authentic tavernas, Paliouri is guaranteed to please any holidaymaker. Located on the southern tip of Kassandra, it's the perfect base for exploring the rich peninsula – from gorgeous beaches to rich countryside. Whether you want to relax on the sands, hike the surrounding hills, or try your hand at watersports, Paliouri has it all.
A quaint village dominated by the long, thin beach and promenade of cafes and tavernas behind, Pefkohori provides a relaxing holiday in the scenic Kassandra peninsula of Halkidiki. Go wandering in the pine forests, explore the seas off Glarokavos beach, or simply take in the atmosphere in the village square.
The brilliantly long beach is the focal point of this charming, traditional village. It's a peaceful retreat where you can wander around Roman remains, stroll through olive groves or spot turtles in the local lake. It's a peaceful retreat, but a short drive will take you to other nearby Halkidiki destinations, such as busy Nea Moudania and the large city of Thessaloniki for culture and shopping.
Psakoudia sits between two of mainland Greece's most beautiful peninsulas: Kassandra and Sithonia. Visitors to the sleepy town are indulged with sublime panoramas of the Toroneos Gulf, as well as views of terracotta roofs nestled into the long stretch of flawless coastline.