Its vineyards succeed the green plain and 60km-long seductive beaches. Its picturesque villages, boasting traditional houses, Byzantine buildings, folklore museums, a rich history and tradition, tell unique, beautiful stories.
The stories about the Battle of Giants in Halkidiki fascinated many poets and artists. As a result the conflict is one of the most common scenes depicted on ancient pottery and sculpture. All these myths are connected with the area's geological phenomena. The myths are part of the ongoing -throughout the centuries'- effort to explain the soil's peculiar and...
All the villages and the beaches of Nea Propodida are connected by coaches (public transportation). There are buses that run daily and several times per day, especially in the summer.
Information - Coach Station of Halkidiki (KTEL): Thessaloniki Station +30 2310 924444, 924445
Halkidiki is very gifted to have four distinct seasons, and experiences 250 days of sunshine per year. The region has very warm and dry summers, with minimal rainfall and eighteen hour sunshine. The autumns are warm, with an average amount of rainfall. The winters are cooler though with more rain than during autumn.