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Halkidiki: Greece’s Peninsula Boasts Stunning Beaches

Halkidiki is an often overlooked peninsula in Northern Greece perfect for international tourists looking for a nature filled getaway.

A Magical Getaway to the Greek Island of Halki

Halki island is a haven of peace and natural remedy for anxiety. Its emerald waters, its history and culture are unique features.

Halkidiki: The Top Ten Best Beaches on Greece’s Spectacular Peninsula

Halkidiki (or Chalkidiki) is a peninsula which is part of the region of Central Macedonia in northern Greece.

The Mystery of the Tidal Rips of Chalkida, Greece

The mystery and beauty of the phenomenon of Chalkida have captivated the Greeks since ancient times, including the Aristotle himself.

Greek Island of Halki Now Self-Sufficient on Energy

The Greek island of Halki has become the first municipality in the country where residents are actually producing the energy they consume. Halki is a...

Archaeological Museum of Polygyros, Chalkidiki in Full Operation After 12 Years

The archaeological museum of Chalkidiki in Polygyros, has reopened for visitors after 12 years, following a one-million-euro revamp.

Chalkidiki: Two of Three People Lost at Sea Found

During a party in Chalkidiki on Saturday, three young men from North Macedonia jumped into the sea, and so far, only two of them...

Greece Launches Project to Turn Halki Island “Green”

Greece's Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis launched on Friday the GR-eco project on the island of Halki, scheduled to turn the island "green". The project, which...

US State Department Deplores Closing of Halki Seminary 50 Years Ago

The seminary at Halki, Turkey, was closed on July 29, 1971 when Turkey ruled that all private institutions of higher learning be closed.

Greece’s Halki Island Celebrates First Baby Born in Almost 50 Years

The residents of the picturesque tiny island of Halki have been particularly happy recently as their homeland saw its first baby being born on the island in approximately 50 years!