Athens, the national capital, is 250 miles (402 kilometers) to the northwest of Halki, while Rhodes is 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east.
It's hardly surprising the area around Halki is a perennial favourite with travelers; the surrounding region features numerous fascinating sights and attractions. Salakos, lays 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the west, while Tilos is located 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southeast.
Around 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east of Halki is Rhodes, a regional city where you go see Castle of Monolithos, Rhodes Aquarium and Rhodes St. Francis Church. If you are after more entertainment why not stop by Museum of Rhodes, Afandou Golf Course and Kahal Shalom Synagogue before you head back to Halki.
When the weather's great, why not take the opportunity to discover Dodecanese Islands' open-air exhibits and open-air museums?. To truly understand a place, it's good to return to the past. Dodecanese Islands' fine old fortresses are a marvellous place to start.
Delve into a side of Halki most visitors don't see by accompanying a knowledgeable local on one of the winery tours and guided nature walks. If your picture of the perfect vacation is working up a sweat in the great outdoors, then check out one of the hiking or rock climbing trips the area around Halki has to offer.
At the end of your holiday in Halki, use the last of your euros on last minute keepsakes and bid a fond Yiá sou (farewell).