Three World Travel Awards for Sani Resort in Halkidiki

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Sani Resort, the world-renowned destination for luxury family vacations for over 50 years in Kassandra, Halkidiki, won a double distinction at the World Travel Awards 2022.

For the fourth year in a row, the Sani/Ikos Group resort was named the World’s Leading Family & Beach Resort, while for the third year, it won the World’s Leading Luxury Green Resort award, being the first certified resort in Greece with a zero carbon footprint as of 2020.

Also, for the first time, it won the distinction of World’s Leading Cultural Destination Resort for this year’s 30th anniversary event of the Sani Festival.

Sani Resort: a gateway to Grecian luxury

The spectacular Sani Resort stretches across 1,000 acres of a private nature reserve, adjoining verdant pine forests, hiking trails, wetlands and white-sand beaches. Comprising five award-winning hotels, this expansive resort promises unique experiences: from action-packed family adventures to indulgent relaxation for romantic couples.

Sani Resort is set along the coastline of the Halkidiki peninsula in northern Greece, with the Aegean Sea and Mount Olympus as its backdrop. The five separate properties boast upscale accommodation, and although they are within walking distance of one another, each five-star property offers its own individual allure: discover the vibrant Sani Beach, the serene Sani Club, the elegant Porto Sani, the sophisticated Sani Dunes and the exclusive Sani Asterias.

The cosmopolitan Sani Marina sits in the centre of the resort, presenting a horseshoe of bustling restaurants, bars and boutiques.

Elsewhere, you can explore the forests by foot or bike, revitalise in one of five elegant spas and savour tantalising flavours at 23 restaurants. Outstanding recreational facilities are also available, ranging from multiple kids’ clubs to a treetop Adventure Park and Rafael Nadal tennis academy. The meticulous and friendly Sani Resort staff will also enhance your stay, allowing you to relax fully when you check-in.

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