Holidays in Macedonia

    The region of Macedonia in Greece covers the largest part of northern Greece. It varies geographically, as it has long coastline, impressive mountainsides and large plains, too. Macedonia Greece is a perfect place for summer and winter holidays. The most popular summer destinations in Macedonia are Halkidiki, Pieria and Kavala, famous for the fabulous beaches and the relaxing atmosphere. Winter destinations include Kastoria, Florina, Loutra Pozar and Mount Olympus, places that distinguish for their natural beauty. Do not miss a visit to the interesting sightseeings of the region, including Dion, Vergina, Pella and Philippi. This Macedonia travel guide will give you all the necessary information to organize your holiday in Greece.

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    Travel guide to Macedonia, Greece

    Macedonia is a large region that covers most part of northern Greece. Tourist destinations in Macedonia are ideal for summer holidays, winter trips and city breaks.

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    The region of Macedonia in mainland Greece covers the largest part of northern Greece, actually one fourth of the country's territory. It is geographically located between Pindus Mountains and Nestos River. Our Macedonia travel guide will give you all the necessary information to get a better understanding of this region of Greece.

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    Have a look on our Macedonia travel guide and discover the two famous destinations in Macedonia that we present. Thessaloniki is a lovely place for sightseeing and due to the busy airport, it serves as a main transportation hub for northern Greece. Halkidiki is a popular summer destination with gorgeous beaches. Both places are presented with detailed information, maps, photos, 360 pictures, advice on how to get there and more.

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    • Thessaloniki


    Thessaloniki and Halkidiki are two destinations with a large selection of hotels in Macedonia, Greece. Other tourist developed places are Pieria and Kavala. Have a look on the accommodation that we suggest in Macedonia, including hotels, villas and studios. Each accommodation is presented with photos, detailed text and Google map.


    Halkidiki Agios Nikitas village, Macedonia

    The largest town of Macedonia and main transportation hub for northern Greece is Thessaloniki. This lovely town is famous for the long history, the relaxing paces of life and the vivid nightlife. Walking along the beach promenade of Thessaloniki is the most popular activity in this town that is perfect for a city break. Generally each town has a unique character and natural beauty. Florina, Kastoria, Edessa, Drama and Kavala are among the most beautiful towns, while all around the region you will find small mountainous villages with traditional architecture. View our travel guide of Macedonia villages and find information about some of the most beautiful villages of Greece.


    Sani beach in Halkidiki, Macedonia

    A region with large coastline, Macedonia, in Greece, has many beaches that attract thousands of visitors every summer. The most popular beach resorts are found in Halkidiki. Sani, Armenistis, Kallithea, Haniotis and Pefkohori are the most famous beaches of Halkidiki, while a drive around will bring you to secluded beaches with fabulous natural beauty and crystal water. Pieria is also a region with popular beaches, including Paralia Katerinis, Olympic Beach, Agios Panteleimon and Platamonas. The other region with wonderful beaches is Kalava, with the sandy coasts and the crystal water. View our travel guide of Macedonia beaches and find information about some of the best beaches in Greece.

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