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Sani Beach Holidays

A chic Greek seaside escape

Spread out across 1,000 acres of rolling green landscape in an ecological reserve, the stylish Sani Beach is a self-contained paradise. This purpose-built resort is perfect for families or couples looking for a chic yet chilled vacation. You’ll find a handful of hotels, restaurants and shops in Sani Beach, plus there’s a lovely little marina that’s perfect for evening strolls as the sun sets. Although it’s one of the most sophisticated spots in Halkidiki, Sani Beach holidays are surprisingly low-key (you won’t find any crazy nightlife here) and perfect for nature lovers, too.

The area offers an array of scenic hikes, wetlands, forests and coastlines to explore, and the quiet, uncrowded beaches are spectacular if you’d rather spend your days unwinding in the sun. If you’re looking for a relaxing vacation with a stylish spin, then holidays to Sani Beach are perfect.

Your Sani Beach questions, answered

With plenty of first-class amenities and activities on offer, Sani Beach is the perfect choice for couples looking for a romantic getaway, or groups of friends.
Visitors to the resort are given a ‘dine-around’ pass that allows you to sample food from 17 different restaurants, ranging from traditional Greek to international.
There are several interesting events held at Sani Beach during the spring and summer, including the Sani Festival, which is a celebration of international music, and Sani Gourmet for foodies.

Best things to do in Sani Beach

Pick a sunny spot

Sani Beach has 7 kilometres of golden, sandy coastline, meaning you’re sure to spend most of your break snoozing under an umbrella, sunning yourself or swimming.

Hit the trails

There are some fantastic hikes in the area. One of the more popular trails takes you through wetlands, cliffs and archaeological sites en route to Siviri.

Spot wildlife

A short walk from Sani Beach is Sani Wetlands bird-watching area, where you can see more than 200 species of birds, some of which are rare and endangered.