Thursday, May 14, 2020

Halkidiki - one of the safest summer European destinations

Nowadays safety largely dictates where you will want to spend your holiday, so we are happy to say that Halkidiki is one of the safest European destinations. That is why is one of the most desired summer holiday destinations.

Halkidiki is a large peninsula with long coastline - kilometers of uninhabited beaches. Yes, you can find more than 500 km of beaches and small tranquility villages with thousands of private properties right on the beach. All this offer opportunities for privacy and relaxed family vacation, far from the crowd.

How Greece is out of quarantine:

May 4
Small shops, service stations, hairdressers and beauty salons, book, sports and garden shops, optics shops, open bazaars will open Public hospitals for tactical operations and outpatients

May 18
Zoo and botanical garden, Archaeological sites, Restriction of traffic * within the country is removed

June 1
Shopping centers, cafes, bars, restaurants will allow to have clients in the open air
Hotels of 12-month operation

The beginning of June
Entertainment and sports facilities (cinemas, theaters, entertainment centers, gyms, etc.)
Restoration of domestic flights

June 15
Hotels seasonal accommodation of tourists
Opening of organized beaches
Restoration of sea traffic to the islands
Group sports

The end of June
Restoration of international flights, borders are open. 

***Today, a total of 2700 cases of infection have been registered in Greece, and in the last 10 days the daily number of new cases has ranged from 6 to 18. Recovered - the half of the infected: 1300+ people. 

At the moment, Greece is one of the safest countries in the European Union. Judging by the planned resumption of international flights at the end of June, the season will be! So those who wish will still have time to bask in the Greek sun ... 🤗

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Properties for rent that are completely safe and private, right on the beach

The truth is that there are very few avalible dates for these beautiful villas by the sea. Some of the properties that are value for money are rented already on 70-90% of the dates this summer. 

But still have a chance at the following properties:

Greek beach villa Halkidiki

Villa Vourvourou 3B is a luxury beachfront villa in Greece for rental located in Sithonia, Halkidiki.

It includes a two-storey main residence of 90m² connected to a garden studio (37m²) by a pretty, shaded lawn.

The studio lies in the center of the well tendered garden offering amenities for the most demanding needs. The well-equipped barbeque area can satisfy a large group of people while moments of peace and quietness will be part of the day.

The garden shields the barbecue and dining area with a 16m² pergola. Simply walk out of the living room (18m²) through the patio doors, relax in the shade of the private terrace or one step more to relax on the sun beds of the sandy beach.

This property is located in front of a beautiful sandy beach in Vourvourou, in the most prestigious area of Sithonia, offering amazing views over the sea and overlooking the island of Diaporos.

The Private Villa Vourvourou is build on three levels having 6 double bedrooms all of them with an en suite bathroom, one master living room and two Kitchens.

Beachfront Private villa Rosa is a unique beachfront property for rental, located in Vourvourou region Sithonia peninsula Halkidiki. The property laying on a private area of 350 sq/m divided into 2 levels ground and 1st floor.

Beachfront Private villa Rosa in Halkidiki offers 5 luxurious bedroom suites, 4 of which are located on the first floor and the other one on the ground floor. Also the five suites has a private bathroom with its own terrace and courtyard. Amenity-wise, each suite has a satellite smart TV, Wi-Fi and air-conditioning system. In additon two of the suites are connected to each other through a door, this can be quite helpful in case of a family with small children. The property hosting up to 10 guests.

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