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Halkidiki Peninsula holidays

Halkidiki is a large peninsula located in northern Greece, which ends in three smaller peninsulas called Kassandra, Sithonia and Mount Athos. The coastline, of more than 550km, offers some of the most amazing beaches in Greece, 46 of which are awarded with a blue flag. Halkidiki is also full of entertainment, offering up many festivals and cultural events. It is also a very historical area being home to 20 archaeological and historical sites, such as Stagira, where Aristotle was born, and Petralona, a series of caves that were inhabited 700,000 years ago.

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