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This family-friendly Thessaloniki hotel is located on the waterfront, within a 5-minute walk of Cathedral of Saint Gregory Palamas and Aristotelous Square. Church ...
Electra Palace Thessaloniki£108Electra Palace Thessaloniki£108
Situated in Thermi, this hotel is 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Mediterranean Cosmos and 3.1 mi (4.9 km) from Thessaloniki Science Center and Technology Museum. Waterland ...
Avalon Hotel Thessaloniki£45Avalon Hotel Thessaloniki£45
Situated in Thessaloniki, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Government House and Church of Panagia Chalkeon. Saint Demetrios Church and Aristotelous Square ...
Hotel Olympia Thessaloniki£47Hotel Olympia Thessaloniki£47
Located in the heart of Thessaloniki, this hotel is within walking distance of Jewish Museum of Thessaloniki, Church of Panagia Chalkeon and Aristotelous Square. ...
Superior One Boutique Hotel£59Superior One Boutique Hotel£59
This family-friendly Thessaloniki guesthouse is located in the historical district, within a 15-minute walk of Cinema Museum, Aristotelous Square and Church ...
COLORS Central Ladadika£46COLORS Central Ladadika£46
Steeped in history, blessed with beautiful beaches and home to Thessaloniki, Greece’s second city, the pretty region of central Macedonia has a lot to offer visitors of all ages. During the summer months, holidaymakers booking hotels here can explore the fine sandy beaches of the Chalkidiki Peninsula, while the region’s cities and historic sites have plenty to offer throughout the year. Visitors who want to get out and get active will find lots of hiking opportunities around the legendary Mount Olympus, while central Macedonia’s lakes are perfect for those who like fishing, sailing and wild swimming.
Thessaloniki – With its lively nightlife, vibrant cultural scene and mouth watering cuisine, Thessaloniki makes a fantastic alternative city break destination. Visitors to its hotels can explore the city’s elegant streets, discover its ancient past or party the night away at one of the city’s eclectic watering holes.
Chalkidiki – The Chalkidiki Peninsula offers a fantastic choice of family friendly beach resorts and hotels, clear waters and characterful towns and villages. A choice of watersports is on offer in many parts of the peninsular, with hiking, biking and golf also available for visitors who want to keep their feet firmly on dry land.
Edessa – Edessa has been an important city since ancient times when it was rumoured to have been the first capital of ancient Macedon. Today the city attracts visitors to its hotels with its multitude of waterfalls, cobbled streets, traditional architecture and fascinating historic sites.
Prespa Lakes – A million miles away from the resorts of Chalkidiki and the Greek islands, this dramatic region is dominated by lakes, mountains and woods, with wolves and bears roaming freely through the landscape. A great place for hiking, bird watching and swimming, the Prespa Lakes offer a glimpse into Europe’s wild past.
Thanks to its rich history, there are plenty of sights to see in Central Macedonia. The region’s most prominent sight is Mount Olympus which, at 9,573ft, is the highest mountain in Greece. Another important peak in the region is Mount Athos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and location of some of the most important religious buildings in Greece. The most prominent man-made landmark in Central Macedonia is the White Tower in Thessaloniki. The 15th century tower stands on the city’s waterfront and is an important symbol of the region.
Whether you’re interested in Greece’s rich history, you want to get your heart rate up with a few adrenaline pumping activities or you just want to relax on a picture postcard beach under the warm Mediterranean sun, Central Macedonia is for you. Fans of history should visit Pella, the capital of the ancient kingdom of Macedon and birthplace of Alexander the Great, those interested in outdoor pursuits will find lots to keep them busy around Mount Olympus and the Prespa Lakes, while the beaches of Chalkidiki are hard to beat if you’re looking for sun, sea and relaxation.