The Best Beaches in Halkidiki

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Agios Ioannis beach, Halkidiki, Greece
Agios Ioannis beach, Halkidiki, Greece

The beaches in Halkidiki have the reputation of being some of the best in Greece. With 89 Blue-flagged beaches and over 550km of coastline, there is definitely a beach you will fall in love with. Known for their fine sand, turquoise waters and lush and wild surroundings, the beaches in Kassandra peninsula usually feature resorts. Sithonia, on the other hand, being less touristy, has hidden beaches and coves and is the perfect destination for camping fans. Find best Halkidiki Beaches in our pages.

Halkidiki Beaches

The beaches in Halkidiki are famous for their soft sand, the crystal water, and lush surroundings. Most popular Halkidiki beaches are found in Kassandra peninsula, including Sani, Kallithea, Paleochori and Hanioti. The second peninsula, Sithonia, is not that tourist developed and has many hidden coves to relax. Halkidiki beaches on the second peninsula are popular for camping. You will find below a list with the best beaches in Halkidiki Greece.

Swimming under the pines

Pine trees to the water’s edge, white sand, beautiful bays, crystal-clear water, hidden coves. Halkidiki beaches are numberless. You can’t count them all, so just take out a map and mark it: Kavourotripes, Mikro (small) and Megalo (large) Karidi, Kalogria, Kriopigi, Agios Mamas, Sani… Dive into unspeakable beauty.

Best beaches in Halkidiki

What are the beaches like in Halkidiki? The beaches in Halkidiki are famous for their soft sand, the crystal water, and lush surroundings. Most popular Halkidiki beaches are found in Kassandra peninsula, including Sani, Kallithea, Paleochori and Hanioti.

Agios Ioannis Beach

Agios Ioannis is located in Sithonia, close to Nikiti, and it is one of the largest and best-known beaches. It has shallow turquoise waters and white sand which can impress even the most discerning guest. On the coast there are two beach bars with free umbrellas and sun beds for their customers, but you are not required to use them, the beach is free. The fact that Agios Ioannis has no waves and deep water makes it a very good choice for families. The beach access is easy.

Vourvourou – Karidi Beach

Vourvourou is one of the loveliest beaches in Halkidiki, with turquoise, crystal clear waters and fine sand. The water is quite shallow, it has no waves and the coast is easily accessible, so it is a good choice for children too. It has no beach bar, but there is one in a short distance as well as a restaurant. Moreover, in Vourvourou there are three small islands where you can swim.

Kavourotripes

Kavourotripes is located in Sithonia and it is surely one of the most exotic beaches in the area. Many people characterize it as the Hawaii of Halkidiki. It has turquoise waters and it is rocky. The access to this is quite difficult. In recent years it has become very well known, a visit will convince you that this reputation is right. On Kavourotripes you can camp and do naturism.

Elia Beach

This beach got its name from the olive groves that exist around and some of them reach the edge of the coast. Not surprisingly,this is situated at the second leg of Halkidiki. It is beautiful, quite large in length, with turquoise waters and sand. It has easy access and a beach bar where you can relax and enjoy swimming.

Sani Beach

In the beautiful area of Sani, one can experience luxury vacation at Sani Beach Hotel in Halkidiki. The complex is situated on a golden sandy beach providing numerous activities to its guests. If you are not staying at the hotel, it also has a free beach for daily visitors. Discover panoramic view of Sani.


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