Halkidiki, in northern Greece, is made up of three ‘fingers’ jutting into the Aegean Sea.
The most western peninsular, Kassandra, is the busiest and the most visited; the largest resorts of Kalithea, Pefkohori and Hanioti, are all found on the east coast.
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The climate in Greece is warm and sunny for most of the year with the risk of the odd shower and some cooler periods over the winter. From April/May onwards the weather settles but it can sometimes be cool in the evenings. By mid/end of May, the weather generally settles in to a pattern of long hot sunny days and balmy evenings – especially in July and August when it can be very hot. Rain is unlikely but it can happen from time to time. May to October are particularly pleasurable months.
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