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Magical Halkidiki

Halkidiki is truly  magical.  Shaped like a three fingered hand, its three peninsulas slice the sea with cascading olive groves and pine forests. As the boat sails gently along its rigged coastline, the aroma of the pines mixes  with the sea breeze and awakens the senses. Kilometres of white sandy beaches interspersed with quaint coves only accessible by boat make the coastal scenery of this least known part of Greece. You will see waterfalls cascading into the sea and swim in some of the clearest waters in the planet away from yachting pollution.  You will Sail through the canal of Potidea which splits the Kassandra peninsula from the main land ultimately making it an island.  The canal was built by the Macedonian King Kassandros in 300 BC.  You will immerse yourself in hot springs and visit traditional stone built villages.  You will dive into the azure waters of the Pirates Cove to search for the sunken treasures rumoured to exist in pirates cove.  When the tranquillity of the sea becomes too much, there are amble vibrant shopping centres with discounted brands to satisfy the shopacholic in you.  There is quiet and there is partying until the morning.  You can get far from the madding crowd or party away until the morning hours.  Halkidiki has it all: gourmet cuisine, humble tavernas  on the waves with fresh fish and delicious local wines. The Caribbean of Europe where palm trees are replaced with pines less than 3 hours flight from your doorstep.

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