Chalkidiki Boat Rental
Charter A Ferretti 50ft Flybridge Motor Yacht For A Private Cruise From Porto Carras, Sithonia, Halkidiki, Greece
About Chalkidiki, Greece
The most popular tourist destination in northern Greece is Chalkidiki. Chalkidiki is famous for its stunning natural features. Three jutting peninsulas form the coastline. Beautiful Mediterranean forests create a lush surrounding of the town. Trails lead to sheltered bays within the peninsula with stunning sandy beaches. On the west side is Kassandra, the more developed peninsula. Kassandra offers modern facilities, with restaurants, resorts, and nightclubs. The beach resorts of Chalkidiki are stunning, making it the perfect destination for a holiday.
Chalkidiki’s peak months are May, June, and July. These months are when the weather is warm and sunny. It's also the most crowded and expensive time to visit. Prices for flights are usually high during this time, but they can be more affordable if you book them in advance. It gets much colder in November when winter starts. While it doesn't usually freeze, it's too cold to enjoy a swim in the sea during the winter months. From November through February, accommodation and flights will be cheaper and there will not be tourist crowds.
Chalkidiki doesn't have an airport. If you want to travel via the airport, you will have to go 16 kilometers east of Chalkidiki’s to Thessaloniki. At this airport, you can find flights to take you to other Greek airports, as well as charter and international flights. Bear in mind that ticket price depends on the time of the year, but the flights are usually affordable. The airport has a bus station right next to it that can easily take you into Chalkidiki.
Boat Rentals in Chalkidiki, Greece
The best way to enjoy the secret paradise that is Chalkidiki is by boat. The stunning coastline, coves, and sparkling turquoise water are a boaters dream. There are many options for boat rentals and charters in Chalkidiki.
If you are looking for a guided tour of Chalkidiki, there are plenty of places for boat charters. You can charter these vessels with or without a captain on board so you can access the more interesting parts of the sea. Your captain can show you some amazing picturesque views of the beautiful peninsulas. They can also take you to the different monasteries and points of interest along the coast.
One location you must visit while on your boat charter is Mount Athos. It has one of the biggest monastic communities in Chalkidiki. Since entering the community is prohibited, you can only view it from the sea. Admire the impressive monasteries from the sea on your boat deck.
Boat charters make you more mobile as you explore Chalkidiki. If you are up for the adventure, you can go to one of its many beaches, coves and solitary bays. And since you have more control of your schedule, you'll do all activities on your own time. Eat lunch on board, stop off at a private beach, or enjoy swimming in the beautiful crystal clear waters.
Fun boat rental options in Chalkidiki include speedboats and motorboats. If you have no boating experience, most companies that rent out these types of boats provide basic training. You'll get a full briefing before you head out in the water. Exploring Chalkidiki this way is great fun for you and your friends and family. Boating adds excitement and variety to your trip. With speedboats, you can fulfill your need for speed and explore hidden spots of Chalkidiki.
For a leisure day, consider renting or chartering a catamaran or sailboat. Wind-powered watercraft is perfect for cruising around at a slower pace. You can stop for a snorkel, sunbathe, and enjoy a catered meal onboard.
Other Things to do in Chalkidiki, Greece
Having a holiday in Chalkidiki is ideal if you visit with family and friends. Since Chalkidiki is on mainland Greece, there are plenty of good beach resorts that can suit your preferences. If you prefer a secluded beach resort, there are many options that will give you privacy with your friends and family. Tourists usually flock to the more famous peninsula, Kassandra. Campers usually go to the other peninsulas to escape the crowds and connect with nature.
Scuba diving is now becoming popular in Chalkidiki, with many centers in the area offering courses throughout the summer. Divers love Chalkidiki because the bottom of the sea has plenty of interesting old shipwrecks and reefs to explore.
Chalkidiki is covered in a beautiful Mediterranean forest. Jeep tours are quite popular to explore these forests. The tours take visitors to some of the secluded beaches in the area. In the lush forests, you will also find hiking trails that lead to ancient sites, small beaches, and mountainous villages. When sightseeing, be sure to also check out the Cave of Petralona, where traces of prehistoric humans have been discovered.
Marinas in Chalkidiki, Greece
One the best marinas in Chalkidiki is the Sani Marina. You will find plenty of yachts docked in this marina, and it is the ideal place if you are looking for comfort and safety. The marina also has a 5-star resort nearby called the Sani Resort. Awarded the "Blue Flag" by the European Union, it's known for having crystal clear waters. Sani Marina has the all the facilities and latest technology that you need to maximize comfort. They provide excellent service all throughout the year at the marina, so this is the ideal place to dock on your holiday in Chalkidiki.