Greece is an ideal destination for a relaxing villa holiday with family, friends or even as a couple. Greece remains a firm favourite with holidaymakers due to the laid back lifestyle, sunny weather, stunning beaches and delicious cuisine. With plenty of activities and facilities on hand to entertain children, it is easy to see why people return to Greece year after year.
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All our villas in Halkidiki have been handpicked by our experienced team using our expert insight into what makes the perfect family villa holiday.
There are a wide range of restaurants that cater for a romantic occasion in Halkidiki, where you can drink in the sunsets over a delicious dinner. Why not hire a boat and sail around this beautiful destination, exploring the landscape in the company of your loved one.
All of our villas are well positioned close to the beach so you are just a short stroll from the sumptuous coastline. What better way is there to reconnect with your partner than sunsine, beach and delicious food?
A slow paced atmosphere awaits you in Halkidiki ensuring that you unwind and relax almost as soon as you arrive.
Divided into three peninsulas, Halkidiki has something to entertain everyone across the three varying headlands. Kassandra is the most well known of the three and SPL Villas have villas with private pools near to the town of Hanioti. Hanioti has a delightful villa centre and evening markets adorn this during the week.
Halkidiki is renowned for natural scenery and there are plenty of walking trails to explore, and endless stretches of beach to enjoy. SPL Villas have beautiful villas in the north of Greece, located in the region of Halkidiki. Split across three peninsulas, which lie in the Aegean Sea, Halkidiki offers a combination of stunning scenery and a wealth of beaches to explore.
Legend has it that Halkidiki was the site of a huge battle involving Zeus, Olympian Gods to the Giants, children of Gaea and Uranus. It is said that the leader of the Giants, Enceladus was buried on the peninsula of Kassandra and his unrest and his attempts to flee his tomb are supposedly the sources of any earthquake within the area.
The peninsula of Kassandra takes its name from Cassander the King of Macedonia who ruled Greece after the death of Alexander the Great.
Sithonia, one of the most beautifulk peninsulas is named after Sithon, the son of Poseidon, the god of the sea. The final peninsula, Mount Athos, is named after the giant Athos, who is said to have thrown a huge rock into the sea following a battle with Poseidon. The rock still stands today as the peninsula and Mount Athos or Holy Mountain is now a UNSECO world heritage site.
When you are not lounging in your villas' private pool, you will find plenty of family filled fun at the various beaches in, and within, a short drive of Halkidiki. All of them are family friendly, providing shallow, warm waters and plenty of facilities and amenities to entertain all ages.
Our villas are located within easy reach to Pefkochori beach which has been awarded blue flag status for cleanliness. The crystal clear waters and the shingle beach are lined with plenty of restaurants, cafes and bars allowing you to spend the whole day there.
Fairytopia is a great amusement park for younger children, with outdoor playgrounds, trampolines, arcade and much more. This is an ideal safe place for children and families to have fun.
Our villas all come with wi-fi, so if the kids want to catch up on their latest shows or games, they can do so from the comfort of your villa holiday.
One of the best ways to see Halkidiki is by chartering a boat and exploring the peninsulas. Sail around the stunning coastline, marvelling at the scenery whilst stopping off for a dip in the refreshing clear seas.
If you fancy going further afar, take a day trip to Thessaloniki, which is Greece's second city. Explore the Byzantine culture, eat at local tavernas and spend some time at the relatively new waterfront.
For those looking for evening entertainment, Hanioti has a number of cocktail bars to choose from, each offering a warm and friendly welcome, with many open until late.