A luxurious hideaway perched on the bluffs of the Sithonian Peninsula in Halkidiki, surrounded by Mediterranean pine trees, white sandy beaches and clear turquoise waters. The hotel's pristine beach is fully organized with comfortable daybeds, private cabanas and an informal beachfront restaurant.
Spacious suites are dotted around the gardens, nearly all looking out to sea, and closer to the bluffs a number of beautiful villas can be found. The nearby town of Nikiti is a popular spot for those wishing to explore outside the resort, and features impressive Macedonian architecture and charming tavernas. The hotel can also arrange a variety of boat trips to explore the emerald waters of the Sithonian coastline.
Things to do at the property:
Outdoor and indoor swimming pools
Private sandy beach with cabanas
Dine in one of the 3 excellent restaurants, not least The Squirrel, for seriously adventurous haute-cuisine
Select your wine from the largest cellar in Greece and dine at Noble House amongst the vine garden
Spa offering everything from a Finnish sauna and Turkish steam bath to bathing in milk and honey
Beginners and Advanced yoga and Pilates classes
Children's Club from aged 4 years
Non-motorised water sports including pedalos, canoes and windsurfers
Latin, Greek and Jazz dancing lessons
Greek and international cooking lessons with Danai's renowned chefs
Things to do nearby:
Visit traditional tavernas in nearby Nikiti, also known for its impressive Macedonian architecture
Boat excursions exploring the emerald waters of the Sithonian coast
Water skiing, catamaran cruises, snorkelling and scuba diving
18 hole golf course 20 minute drive away
Whilst children of all ages are most welcome and there is plenty for them to do, this is quite an adult-oriented resort overall.
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