A symphony in blue and green
Halkidiki is a peninsula that lies south of Thessaloniki, in the Macedonia region, in Greece. With numerous sandy beaches (more than 500km coastline), crystal clear sea waters, breathtaking scenery, diverse landscapes, popular resorts and a large variety of activities to choose from, Halkidiki is a truly four-season destination.
The birthplace of Aristoteles
Halkidiki is the birthplace of the great philosopher Aristotle, tutor of Alexander the Great. He was born in 384 BC in the ancient city of Stagira located in north-east Halkidiki. Ruins of the ancient city can still be seen today near Olympiada.