Beaches to Visit in Halkidiki, Greece
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Halkidiki, Greece is a true paradise. If you’re looking for an exotic destination that boasts breathtaking waters and sandy shores, this is where you want to be. The caves, forests, and lakes, and isles, all add to the beauty of Halkidiki. If you are looking for a vacation that will allow you to lay on the beach and swim in the refreshing water, the beaches of Halkidiki will not disappoint.
Armenistis Beach is a family friendly beach that is located 65 km southeast of Poligiros, the capital of Halkidiki, and close to the village of Sarti, which is located in Sithonia. Armenistis Beach is on the eastern side of Sithonia Peninsula. The beach is well-organized with sun beds and umbrellas for your comfort.
There are also beach bars on site that offer delicious drinks, snacks, and meals. Armenistis Beach is also home to one of the most organized and popular campsites in all of Greece. There are also water sports available at the beach including windsurfing, kitesurfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, and stand-up paddle boarding.
Located 50 km from Poligiros, at the center of the Kassandra Peninsula, Kalithea Beach is a cosmopolitan tourist resort. During the summer months, Kalithea Beach can become busy, but if you enjoy a busy, active atmosphere, you will truly enjoy this beach. This is also one of the best areas to visit if you enjoy nightlife. There are many clubs and beach bars available. Kalithea is a family friendly beach. The surroundings of crystal water and greenery are ideal whether you’re out on the water or lounging on the sand under the sun.
Agios Mamas Beach
Agios Mamas Beach is 23 km southwest of Poligiros, at the top of Kassandra Peninsula. If you prefer a beach that is away from the crowds and more secluded, this is the perfect beach to visit. Agios Mamas Beach is partly organized with sun beds and umbrellas. This quiet beach has a lovely view of the surrounding areas and is the ideal destination for families. Agios Mamas Village is close to the beach, so you can head there when you are ready to enjoy a delicious meal.
Located 56 km southeast of Poligiros and within walking distance of Neos Marmaras, Banieres Beach is family friendly and partly organized. If you’re looking for a beach with a diving club, Banieres Beach is the perfect destination to indulge in your passion. There are also other water sports available. A unique fact about this beach is that it is shaped like a bathtub and the waters start deep and get more shallow the farther out you go. The surrounding green landscape and the beautiful aquamarine waters making Banieres Beach a wonderful choice whether you want to be out on the water or laying on the sand.
Whether you’re looking for a secluded beach or one within walking distance of amenities, you will find it when visiting Halkidiki, Greece.
This post was written by Greek Boston