Halkidiki Polychrono beach

General information

Polychrono beach Halkidiki: Polychrono is a quiet resort located 60 km south of Poligiros, between the villages of Kriopigi and Hanioti. The beach is awarded with the Blue Flag every year for being organized and clean. The fine sand and crystal clear waters of the Toroneos gulf, combined with the rich green shades of pine forests and olive groves of the area, makes Polychrono one of the top beaches of Kassandra peninsula.

A hike up beyond the beach takes you to a high point where you have the best views of the bay. The resort has a number of hotels and apartments, music bars, super markets, bakeries and craft shops. The homonymous village is quite charming.

Hotels in Polychrono

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Apartments Studios2 keys

Anemos Hotel can be found in Polychrono village in the area of Halkidiki, which remains a top favorite among visitors of Northern Greece. It offers three studios and seven apartments featuring all the essential comforts, like a kitchenette, a TV, a bathroom, air-conditioning and a kitchenette. A ...



Hotel Studios Suites Junior Suites Family Rooms4 stars

Royal Hotel is a wonderful four-star beachside resort, housing family rooms, simple suites, and suites with private pools. It features a shared swimming pool, an in-house restaurant, bars, high-quality massage services, well-equipped rooms, and units for guests with mobility impairments.


Things to See & Do in Polychrono

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1 Review
  • ollimpius 02 Oct 2007
    You will remember your childhood
    The trip to Halkidiki was very good, although some parts of the highway around Tessaloniki were under construction. In Polychrono the attractions were only a few. Polyhrono is a quiet country-side village. The water was perfect (warm and crystal clear), the beach was pretty good (not very clean, but Ok!), the night life was poor (just tavernas!), a karting place, a disco and, far away on the road to Thessaloniki, a Water Park (Water Land). No monuments, no ruins, nothing. No pools, no sport grounds, nothing.
    The food was excellent! Clean and healthy (nobody got sick). A various sort of meals including meat, fish and pasta. We were particulary impressed by the excellent Restaurant Moustakas. It deserves a 10 mark! Taverns were Ok! Very different and very interesting. The little shops (boutique style) were lovely too.
    The best beach we went to was in front of Viva restaurant, we loved the area around Brits Bar and had a nice time at the Tropical Bar. We feel alright walking in the evening in the village center, onto the square near the church. I have a couple of observations for the authorities to take into account:1. Create more parking places, we lost a lot of time searching for a
    parking place there! 2. Improve a rent-a-bike system (eventually two bicycles linked)! 3. Build many sport grounds and pools! Finally, a recommendation to the future visitors: Go there! It's a pretty nice and quiet place! You will remember your childhood in the country-side, if you had one.