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Luxury Halkidiki Holidays

Traditional Grecian charm

Halkidiki holidays offer an exciting Greek holiday nestled on a three point peninsula which stretches out into the Aegean Sea. It’s the ideal place to get away from it all, with goats and mules for company, rather than hordes of tourists. Halkidiki is perfect for couples seeking a romantic getaway and families looking for some fun in the sun. With some of the best beaches in Greece, you will be spoilt for choice as to which golden sands to sample first. There are unspoilt sands, Blue Flag expanses, secret coves, and hidden gems along the 300-miles of coastline edged with warm, azure waters.

Kassandra is at the western-most point, or the authentic Greek town of Ouranoupolis with its quaint central square and evening markets. You could also head to the Sani resort where you will enjoy over 1000-acres of sandy beach. Outside of the towns is a beautiful countryside made up of olive groves and pine forests trailing down to powder soft sands below. There are also traditional Greek tavernas dotted over the island, featuring authentic Meze dishes, as well as freshly caught seafood.

Luxury Holidays in Halkidiki

Up and coming Halkidiki offers a slice of Greek luxury to its holidaymakers, and a true sense of tradition and insight into Greek history. Sithonia presents a rugged and authentic side of Greece, sprinkled with charming fishing villages and picturesque pine forests. A luxury holiday in Halkidiki provides the perfect opportunity to experience Greece’s beautiful nature and wildlife in magnificent surroundings. There are plenty of walking and cycling trails along the coast, zig zagging inland, while beside the sea you will discover secret coves and hidden bays, which are footprint-free.

The sophisticated 1000-acre Sani resort offers deluxe accommodation with excellent facilities and stunning décor. Bordered by a golden Blue Flag beach, and swanky marina filled with priceless yachts, the resort also affords exceptional panoramic views out to Mount Olympus. The third peninsula is Mount Athos, which is home to Byzantine monasteries and well-preserved beaches. Access is via boat and very limited, ensuring you can escape the crowds. Wherever you choose to stay, rest assured that Sovereign will tailor-make you a deluxe holiday package to match your requirements with flights, accommodation, private transfers, and any special requests taken care of, so that you can concentrate on making holiday plans.

Our pick of the top hotels in Halkidiki
Every one of our hotels is handpicked and personally visited by our team

Ikos Oceania

Halkidiki, Kassandra
  • Four exceptional à la carte restaurants 
  • A top all inclusive resort with excellent service
  • Beautiful views of the Aegean Sea

Ikos Olivia

Halkidiki, Sithonia
  • An award-winning all-inclusive hotel ideal for families
  • Set on a private sandy beach near Gerakini village, Halkidiki
  • Surrounded by 22-acres of stunning, landscaped gardens with olive trees

Sani Beach

Halkidiki, Sani
  • Boasts beachfront rooms on Cape Sani, with private beaches
  • Has 22 restaurants and a selection of bars for guests to choose from
  • Shares Sani Resort’s extensive facilities, including spa and pools

Sani Club

Halkidiki, Sani
  • Offers beachfront family suites with sea views and kids’ clubs
  • Has extensive sports facilities and a Chelsea FC football academy
  • Boasts a spa, 22 restaurants and a private white sand beach 

Porto Sani

Halkidiki, Sani
  • Luxury suites have up to three bedrooms and lie at the heart of the resort
  • Offers extensive sports facilities and a Chelsea FC football academy and a Rafa Nadal academy
  • Boasts Kids’ Clubs, swimming pools, a spa and 22 restaurants to choose from

Eagles Palace

Halkidiki, Ouranoupolis
  • Five star hotel and member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World 
  • Stunning nature surrounds this incredible resort 
  • Water sports for the adventurous, including scuba diving
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Destinations in Halkidiki
Kassandra’s beaches and villages are the most sought-after spots in Halkidiki. A Roman canal slices the peninsula from mainland Greece – and that’s just a taster of its 700,000-year-long history.
Ouranoupolis is the gateway to Mount Athos – a sacred peninsula for Orthodox pilgrims. The village itself lays out sandy beaches, a working fishing harbour and a pirate tower.
Sani Resort
Sani is a luxe resort and nature reserve on the north-west coast of the Kassandra peninsula. It rolls out 1,000 acres of sand-side beach clubs, sea-view swimming pools and stylish forest suites. 
Sithonia is a long peninsula, so you get a double helping of coastlines – along with sandy beaches, polished ports and windmill-topped bays.

Family holidays in Halkidiki

An often forgotten Greek Island, family holidays in Halkidiki offer a chance to unwind and enjoy the famous Greek cuisine and hospitality without worrying about crowds. Spend your days on the warm sands of the beach, listening to the waves lapping at the beach or make the most of the many water sports on offer here. 

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Flight Information

Flight time from the UK to Halkidiki is around 3 hours.

When to go

May to September is Halkidiki’s main beach-going season. Temperatures hover in the comfortable early- to mid-20s throughout the shoulder months (May and September), which are often good for fewer crowds and quieter hotels. Things start heating up in July and August, when the temperature can get into the early 30s.

Visa Information

Currently visas are not required for UK citizens travelling to Greece.


In Greece, a service charge will be included in the bill at restaurants and bars. Much like the UK, an additional tip is not required, although is appreciated for particularly good service. It is common to round off the amount when paying cash, particularly with wait staff and taxi drivers. 

Introduction to languages

The official language of Greece is Greek.  English is widely spoken, too, so getting by is easy.