Last Minute Sojourns: Halkidiki

Posted on Mar 28, 2017 | Travel Tips |

The peninsula situated in Northern Greece, Halkidiki is a haven for sport fanatics, adventure seekers and sun worshippers. Leave behind the hustle and bustle of everyday life and take a look online for beach club holidays in the area.

Unlike many of its Greek neighbours, the resorts scattered around the coastline of Halkidiki don’t attract as many visitors, meaning that if you prefer to stay away from the tourist traps and the humdrum that is associated, the peninsula is a perfect option for you.

A wonderful area for water sports, offering fantastic conditions for windsurfing, dinghy sailing and wakeboarding, Halkidiki is an ideal choice for sea lovers and land lovers alike. For those who prefer to keep themselves on dry land, mountain biking may be the activity for you. Travelling as a group is also accommodated, with active group holidays being in their abundance.

Skipper a yacht for a day sail, or instead opt for a romantic champagne cruise with your loved one. Take a stroll around the Kassandra peninsula to fully appreciate your beautiful surroundings.

Experience the real Greece in the fishing villages that are spread along the coast. Sample the delicious cuisine and taste the culinary delights that this beautiful country can provide. Enjoy the winding cobbled streets of hamlets such as Nea Skioni or head for the bright lights of Thessaloniki if you wish for an evening in the bustling cosmopolitan city. Whilst there, enjoy browsing the Greek boutiques and shops before settling down for a cocktail or glass of Ouzo.

The warm, prolonged summers that Greece presents make it a perfect destination for an autumnal sojourn. The azure waters are ideal for a swim, whilst the beaches are an idyllic setting for catching the sun’s rays with a good book.

With so many fabulous offers to be had online today, you’d be mad to miss out. Search now to grab some spectacular last minute bargains and spend October in the Greek ‘secret paradise’.

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