Pefkochori holiday information
|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£130|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£130|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£436|
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People around the world are talking about their Pefkochori holidays because of the beaches, friendly locals, and many activities there to keep the entire family interested. Pefkochori, or 'Pine Village' as it is also known, is a small town located on the southeast of the Kassandra peninsula of Greece. The region is known as Chalkidiki and a summer package holiday dream come true with much to see, from traditional buildings to picturesque Greek landscapes.
Pefkochori holidays: how and when to go
For lovers of hot Mediterranean weather, summer is the time to go as the sun is high and the sand is warm. If the picturesque beaches are more enjoyable when it is not scorching, then towards the end of spring is ideal -- when temperatures are around the low 20 degrees Celsius mark. Winter in Pefkochori is also a good idea, as there are many wine tasting opportunities and the winds are excellent for yachting. Travelling from Thessaloniki to Pefkochori is a journey of 110 kilometers, approximately two hours drive. In Pefkochori however, everything is reachable via foot or hired bycyle. To travel outside of the town a taxi can be hired from any of the local resorts.
Pefkochori holidays: classical buildings and more
Pefkochori is a beach town with its main boulevard packed with restaurants and Greek Taverns serving mouthwatering seafood straight from the ocean. After dinner, head to the swinging night club 'Pasatempo Live' in town that lays down the beats with live music during those relaxing weekends. During the day, head to one of the local hot spots such as 'Akti Tou Vlachou' for a beer or Greek cuisine. The town holds many events during the year with the famous ITENBA sailing boat races starting from Pefkochori's 'Glarokavos' natural marina. Day tour boats are also available for short cruises and further afield, making Pefkochori a great base for exploring the Kassandra Peninsula.