In the region of Northern Greece, we included the northern capital of the country, the city of Thessaloniki, Macedonia, Thrace, and Epirus.
There are many historical monuments and resorts in northern Greece, among which are the well-known Halkidiki, Paralia, Thassos, Loutra Pozar, and others.
And on the issue of acquiring real estate, the city of Thessaloniki, Chalkidiki, and central Macedonia may be of the greatest interest.
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Thessaloniki is located on the Thermaic Gulf, at the northwest corner of the Aegean Sea. It is bounded on the west by the delta of the Axios. The municipality of Thessaloniki, the historical center, had a population of 317,778 in 2021, while the Thessaloniki metropolitan area had 1,091,424 inhabitants in 2021. It is Greece's second major economic, industrial, commercial, and political centre, and a major transportation hub for Greece and southeastern Europe, notably through the Port of Thessaloniki. The city is renowned for its festivals, events and vibrant cultural life in general, and is considered to be Greece's cultural capital.
The most prestigious areas of the city are the "upper" areas of Panorama and Pilea, the seaside Kalamaria, as well as the southeastern suburbs - Thermi, Kardia, Perea, etc. It is convenient and prestigious to live in apartments in the eastern part of the city, the same applies to houses and villas in this area. And the city center is already a serious contribution to the future business. The center of Thessaloniki is a tourist one, and the right investment of capital can bring income even in times of crisis.
For a beach holiday, the southeastern suburbs with a developed tourist infrastructure are suitable - Perea, Neoi Epivates, and Agia Triada. And the best hotel we recommend is Wellness Santa Resort.
Halkidiki.Halkidiki has everything you could wish for: beaches and mountains, noisy bars and places where you can retire, chic hotels, and small villages. Halkidiki is often called the "Poseidon's Trident", as it is divided into three small peninsulas, the so-called fingers - Kassandra, Sithonia, and Athos. Kassandra is the first "finger" of the magical peninsula of Halkidiki. There are many popular resorts here - Sani, Kallithea, Pefkohori, Hanioti, Possidi, Fourka, Afitos, Paluri, and many, many others. All of them are beautiful and, at the same time, each has its characteristics and differences. Sithonia, the second “finger” of the Halkidiki peninsula, is a real coniferous paradise near the blue sea. Sithonia attracts those who love silence and untouched nature. The third, most unusual, “finger” of Halkidiki is the Athos peninsula. The main resorts of Athos are Ouranoupoli, Nea Roda, and the island of Ammouliani.
Paralia.A few tens of kilometers from Thessaloniki, on the coast of the Aegean Sea, is the picturesque town of Katerini. And six kilometers from it is perhaps the most popular and democratic Greek resort of Paralia. This rather young resort has already become a favorite vacation spot for tourists from different countries, different ages, and different income levels, here everyone will find exactly what he wants.
Thassos.The small and picturesque island of Thassos is located in the northeast of the country, in the Aegean Sea. This is the northernmost and greenest Greek island, covered with forests, oak forests, chestnut trees, and plane tree groves. The area of Thassos is 380 km², and the permanent population is just over 14 thousand. You can drive around the entire island in just one day. In this harmonious place with bright landscapes and ancient sights, a calm atmosphere reigns. The island will appeal to those who love silence, picturesque nature, and history. If you prefer a quiet and educational holiday, then here you will be comfortable.
Thrace. Thrace occupies the northeastern part of Greece, the main cities are Xanthi, Komotini, and Alexandroupoli. There are not many beaches, but they are wonderful. For swimming, you can go to Fanari Beach in the Komotini area, along the entire coastline from Makri to Alexandroupolis there are also good beaches where you can have a good time if you choose this region of Greece.
Epirus. Speaking of Epirus, picturesque traditional villages high in the mountains, unusually beautiful nature in a harmonious combination of mountain and sea landscapes, as well as delicious national dishes and, of course, a rich history and culture, immediately come to mind. This is a historical region divided between Greece and Albania. Today, the periphery of Epirus includes 4 districts: Arta, Thesprotia, Ioannina, and Preveza. The largest city and the capital of the region is one of the most beautiful cities in Greece - the city of Ioannina, often called by the people the Greek Geneva, due to the lush nature and Lake Pamvotida with a small island of Ioannina. And the most picturesque resort of Epirus is certainly Parga.