How to get to Chalkidiki !!

The International Airport “Makedonia” of Thessaloniki is the third biggest in Greece and handles around 4 million passengers annually. The airport is located about 14 kilometers from Thessaloniki city center.

It is the main airport of Northern Greece and it not only serves the city of Thessaloniki, the second largest in Greece after Athens, and the tourist holiday resorts of Chalkidiki but also the cities of the Macedonia region.

Thessaloniki has services you would expect from a major airport including restaurants, banks, VIP lounges, left luggage, duty free and 24-hour car parking.

There is a 24-hour bus service to Thessaloniki, where visitors to Chalkidiki can catch a bus to Nea Moudania or to Poligiros, in Kassandra, where thay can travel on to the resort of their choice. Regular bus services also run to both Sithonia and Athos.

You have also the option to drive to Chalkidiki through the existing road network.

The beauty of Chalkidiki is extraordinary and having your own car is the best way for you to explore every edge (

In this way you are able to explore the beautiful small villages that are not covered by any public transportation by locals or tours.

The stunning region of Chalkidiki is situated in central Macedonia in Greece and consists of the Kassandra peninsula, the Sithonia peninsula and Mount Athos.

It is a beautiful region with spectacular landscapes, mesmerizing beaches and gracious natural beauty.

If you prefer to relax and enjoy the beauty of the region on your way from the Airport to you accommodation,  you have also the option of a transfer to you accommodation (transfer