The Alkyonis Hotel is in the centre of Nea Kallikratia, on the west side of the Halkidiki Peninsula. It is a family hotel situated by the sea, offering quality rooms and low rates year-round.
With easy access to Makedonia Airport (SKG) just 25 km away, and 35 km from the city of Thessaloniki, it is the ideal starting point for a tour of the Macedonia region and its sights.
The Halkidiki Peninsula consists of central Halkidiki with its coastal areas and mountains. It is divided into three smaller, finger-like peninsulas: Kassandra, Sithonia and Mount Athos.
Halkidiki is more than just a holiday destination: it is a complete experience both in summer and winter. Thick vegetation, overwhelmingly beautiful beaches, mountains reaching to the sea, traditional colour and historical interest all make up a uniquely appealing whole.
The cosmopolitan beaches, hidden bays with crystal-blue waters, endless beaches of sand and clear waters that reflect the green of the pine trees are the reasons that Halkidiki earns a “Blue Flag” designation year after year.
The Alkyonis Hotel is in the centre of Nea Kallikratia, and just 80 metres from a beach awarded a Blue Flag in 2008 for its crystalline waters.
Shops, tavernas, banks, coffee shops and other points of interest are all just a short distance from the hotel.
Nea Kallikratia, at an altitude of 20 metres, is a major town in Halkidiki within the Municipality of Propontida. It has a year-round population of 6,204 residents, with many more during the summer months.
|Τhessaloniki Centre||35 km|
|Macedonia Airport||25 km|
|Petralona Cave||12 km|
|Nea Kallikratia Centre||500 meters|
Halkidiki and Nea Kallikratia are served by Makedonia Airport in Thessaloniki, linked to major cities in Greece and Europe by daily scheduled flights.
Transport from the airport is easy either by taxi, or by city bus No 79, which takes you to the “IKEA” bus stop. From there, take bus No 36 to the Halkidiki regional bus station (KTEL) and then a bus from there to Nea Kallikratia.
Upon arriving at the Nea Kallikratia bus station, turn left outside the station and walk straight ahead towards the waterfront. Once there, turn left and follow the waterfront road. The hotel is 200 metres away, at 9-11 Georgiou Papandreou Str.
City bus tickets cost about €0.90.
Regional bus tickets from Thessaloniki to Nea Kallikratia and vice versa cost €3.90 (one-way).
There is no railway station in Halkidiki.
However, travellers can travel by train to the Thessaloniki Railway Station.
From there, a taxi or city bus No 45 takes you to the Halkidiki regional bus station (KTEL). Bus No 45 takes you from there to Nea Kallikratia.
Thessaloniki Railway Station
Tel.: +30 2310 517517, 517518
The town of Nea Kallikratia is served by buses running year-round.
Bus No 45 leaves from the Thessaloniki regional bus station (KTEL) for Nea Kallikratia.
Regional bus service (KTEL) information:
Nea Kallikratia bus station, tel.: +30 23990 21048
Thessaloniki bus station, tel.: +30 2310 924444, 924445
Follow the Thessaloniki-Nea Moudania National Road.
Take the exit on the right marked “Nea Kallikratia - Agios Pavlos”.
Drive past Agios Pavlos and head for Nea Kallikratia.
Upon reaching the town, drive straight on until the Town Hall is on your left and a primary school is on your right; turn right and immediately left.
Drive straight on to the waterfront road. Turn left and go straight on.
If you have a GPS, set the coordinates at:
Longitude: Ν40 18΄36΄΄
Latitude: Ε23 04΄05΄΄
For directions, call: +30 23990 48555
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