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Price and Availability Index Halkidiki
Holiday Letting Price Information in Chalkidiki
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the holiday lettings & cottages in Chalkidiki. Prices reach their highest point in August, where prices are an average of £157 a night (18/08 - 25/08). However, in June (22/06 - 29/06), prices decrease to an average of £108 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Chalkidiki
Check how busy Halkidiki is with our availability graph. In a week of March (02/03 - 09/03), 66% of the holiday homes are booked. Conversely, it is in September (22/09 - 29/09) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The weather in Chalkidiki
Above are the weather conditions for Halkidiki. July is the warmest month of the year in Chalkidiki with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 33°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Chalkidiki, with temperatures going under 2°. Bring your umbrella in March, the rainiest month of the year!
White sand beaches await near your Halkidiki Region holiday home
Your holiday apartment in the Halkidiki Region of northern Greece is set among a swathe of white sand beaches, lapped by turquoise ocean. Not far away, more natural beauty spots and historical sites await your discovery.
Check out the Archaeological Museum of Polygyros which charts the development of the area from the Bronze Age through to the Roman period. Pore over ancient weapons and jewellery, see a 4th century marble head of Dionysus and grave statues from the first century BCE.
Kloster Hilandar houses a horde of manuscripts, liturgical instruments and icons from the 11th century through to the 15th. Note the 11th century mosaic icon and wooden diptychon containing a poem.
Beaches for miles
Armenistis is one of the largest and most attractive of Halkidiki's beaches. Exotic plantlife lines the shore and almost every kind of watersport is catered for, from stand up paddleboarding to kayaking and scuba diving. Kavourotrypes' unusual geology attracts visitors, as does its proximity to the stunning Armenistis Resort.
If you are in search of the best diving head to Pefkohori, a verdant spot with a white sandy beach and exceptional diving club. if you are in search of a more secluded beach, Zografou is the place. This small but perfectly formed pebble beach is hugged by cliffs and the water here is crystal clear.
Carnivals and crossings
One of Halkidiki's most important summer festivals is the Sani Festival, which sees an array of concerts, theatre and art exhibitions pop up all over the region. The Carnival of Polygiros is another one to mark in the diary. Villages across Halkidiki host treasure hunts, parades and colourful celebrations.
Watch ancient Greek dramas in the atmospheric Theatre of Siviri, which hosts the Festival of Kassandra annually. Very keen swimmers can challenge themselves with a 26 kilometre swim from Kallithea Beach to Nikiti during International Swim Crossing of Toroneos Gulf.
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