Halkidiki, birthplace of Aristotle, is situated in the northern part of Greece and southeast of Thessaloniki, renowned for its lash pine forests, golden sandy beaches, secluded bays with crystal clear waters and quiet idyllic villages. Halkidiki is the ‘trident’ with its three distinct peninsulas consisting of Kassandra in the west, Sithonia in the centre and Ayio Oros with Mount Athos, in the east. There are excellent resorts on these two “legs” but Ayio Oros is an autonomous state and important centre of Eastern Orthodox monasticism, comprising of 20 Christian Orthodox monasteries and churches. Over half of the prefecture is covered in forests with oak, pine, beech trees and large crops of olive and citrus fruit. Apart from its amazing nature, Halkidiki also has a lot to offer in terms of historic sites making it an attractive destination for leisure or for business.

Sani Resort

A family-owned ecological reserve, stretching across 1,000 acres, with endless golden beaches of the Aegean sea and amazing pine forests of the Kassandra peninsula. The resort consists of Sani Beach Hotel, Sani Beach Club, Porto Sani Village and the exclusive Sani Asterias Suites.

Porto Carras Grand Resort

The resort, consisting of Meliton, Sithonia, the Marina Village & Yacht Club is surrounded by the rising slopes of Mount Meliton and the expansive blue of the Toroneos Gulf, amidst a verdant landscape, along a stretch of sandy beach, punctuated by 25 pristine coves and blue flag beaches.

Danai Beach Resort

A luxurious retreat in Halkidiki, Northern Greece, right on the Aegean Peninsula in Sithonia, surrounded by the flawless beauty of Mediterranean pine trees, lush gardens and white sandy beaches.