Halkidiki Hanioti beach
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Hotels in Hanioti
Hotel in Halkidiki, Daphne Holiday Club is located in Kassandra in the first leg of Halkidiki in Hanioti. Built on a hill overlooking the Toronean bay, 100km from Thessaloniki, 300m from the village of Hanioti and 600m from the beach. Surrounded by 10 acres of olive trees, consists of 10 two-storey buildings each of which bears the name of a Mediterranean wind GARMPIS, LEVANTE, MAISTROS, OSTRIA, POUNENTES, SIROKOS, TRAMOUNTANAS, ZEFYROS, AIOLOS and GREKOS.
Lying just 50 metres away from the heart of Chaniotis this charming hotel enjoys a stunning setting. The hotel is nestled amidst beautifully-landscaped palm-tree gardens. The hotel is located just 15 km away from the charming town of Kallithea and 3 km from Pefkochori Village. This wonderful hotel tempts guests with the promise of an enjoyable stay. The guest rooms are tastefully appointed reflecting the beauty of the surroundings in their design. The rooms feature modern amenities for added comfort and convenience.
Hanioti Village in Halkidiki is built in the area of Hanioti, overlooking the vast emerald sea and the infinite blue sky. It features a large number of commodious and contemporary rooms and suites, all of which provide king-size beds, a private bathroom, air-conditioning, internet access, a balcony or terrace and many other amenities. Also, Hanioti Village features numerous facilities, like a café – bar, a restaurant and a swimming pool.
Reviews of Hanioti, Halkidiki
sofiasebr 28 May 2010Happy placeI went on a holiday to Halkidiki with my cousin last October and stayed at a selfcatering accommodation at the quiet resort of Hanioti. At just 3 minutes from the beach, the place was perfect with the shops and lively part of the beach at a comfortable distance so that it didn't get too noisy in the evenings. The apartment had two big pools, and being off season, we nearly had the pool to ourselves most of the time. The beach was more shingles than sand, but the water was warm and nice with lots of jelly fish about. It cost us £3 approx for a sun bed, and every now and then, vendors selling refreshing drinks, or coconut or doughnuts would amble along.
The beachside was the best place for eating out, and that's precisely what we did for most of our meals. Most restaurants were traditional Grek taverns and we loved the food. The Greek salads were simply superb and a must try. We had a car with us and used to drive in the close villages. Sani and Pefkohori also had beautiful beaches but I believe Haniotis was the best. I am glad we stayed there out of all Halkidiki. If we had gone a couple of weeks earlier, we would have caught up a nice beach party for the end of the summer.
On the way back, we stayed three nights in Thessaloniki, a lively town, the second largest in Greece. We loved shopping there and going to bars at night. People seem so happy in Greece, although I have heard too about the economical problems, but I am sure that things will get better soon.