Beautiful Hanioti holidays 2019 / 2020
Located in the northeast of mainland Greece, holidays to Hanioti are ideal for those looking to get the most of their holidays. This purpose-built resort has all of the activities and facilities you need for a relaxing break in the sun, including a 5 kilometre stretch of sandy beach just waiting to be explored. The town is in the Halkidiki area of Greece and there’s plenty to do in the resort itself, as well as the nearby area, so whether you’re looking for a relaxing or active break you’ll find it here.
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- Time Zone: GMT +
- Average flight time: 3h 10m
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Hanioti holidays’ main attraction is its soft sandy beach. Stretching out over 5 kilometres here you’ll find plenty of sun loungers to rent so you don’t need to worry about getting down there early to save your spot. Those who prefer to indulge in retail therapy will find plenty of shops and boutiques to keep them happy, while there are lots of restaurants for foodies to try as well. If nightlife is more your thing simply head to the main road where there are plenty of clubs, late night bars and even some late-night shopping as well.
There are plenty of restaurants to choose from during your holidays to Hanioti. In the town itself you’ll find a range of international and traditional Greek choices, as well as cheap eats and cafés for those who prefer to stick to a budget. Enjoy some sensational Greek cuisine and hospitality during your trip or choose a mezze, allowing your waiter to bring you a selection of creamy dips, the freshest seafood and produce and succulent grilled and fried meats. If you prefer to try a range of international options, there is an Irish bar serving up homely meals, as well as an Italian pizzeria, a Mediterranean fish tavern and plenty more. Those sticking to a budget don’t need to miss out either, with local Greek favourites such as grilled meats, kebabs, falafels and salads all served up at bargain prices.
Families will love the modern facilities of holidays to Hanioti, with lots of activities and fun for children. The beach has soft sands, ideal for little ones, although it can get pebbly near the sea so jellies and sandals are a good choice. If you prefer to stick to the land Fun n Drive lets little ones try their hand at driving miniature trucks and cars around a track, with quad biking and go-karting also available for older children. Fun n Golf offers a mini golf course perfect for the whole family, as well as a bar for the grownups. For a day out, just a short trip down the coat will find you at the lovely resort of Pefkohori, offering a blend of historic architecture for mum and dad, a lovely beach with shoreside restaurants, and the Dinos Luna amusement park for kids.
Action & Adventure
Hanioti is home to a beautiful beach stretching for 5 kilometres, ideal for those who enjoy snorkelling and want to experience the underwater world of the sea. If you prefer more active water sports and activities there are plenty to choose from nearby as well. Within driving distance, there are plenty of other resorts where you can find jet skiing, scuba diving, sailing and even windsurfing. And if you prefer to stick to the town there is lots to try here too, including go-karting and quad biking, as well as mini golf if you’re looking for an activity the whole family can join in with.
The soft golden sands of the beach are a huge draw on holidays to Hanioti. This 5-kilometre stretch is home to sun loungers galore, as well as secluded spots where you can while away the days with a good book as you soak up the sun. The beach is backed by bars and restaurants where you can enjoy delicious dishes, cocktails, beers and wine, with some offering lounger service. If you prefer to wander during your holidays there’s plenty to keep you occupied along the beach, as well as a pretty park lined with pine trees which leads straight out onto the sands. The stunning coast stretches either side of you to other beautiful resorts and coastal villages such as Pefkochori and Kriopigi, offering alternative stretches of golden sand and beach activities.
Hanioti has plenty on offer in the way of nightlife, with opportunities to enjoy a drink or two with the locals in a taverna, as well as clubs where you can dance the night away to international tunes. There are a couple of bars on the beach so you can go from sipping fruity cocktails on your lounger as you soak up the sun to dancing with the sand between your toes in no time at all. If you prefer to get yourself dolled up for the evening there are plenty of options in the town as well. Most of the bars and restaurants stay open until late, while there are a few clubs which keep their dancefloors open and busy until the early hours of the morning.
Couples will find plenty to do on their holidays to Hanioti. Head to the main square and enjoy the traditional Greek feel of the pretty buildings and fountain, or spend your days relaxing on the sands of the beach. From here you can simply sunbathe and order cocktails, beers, snacks and more to your lounger or take a cooling dip in the clear sea. If you prefer to experience the underwater world snorkelling is also available, or you could stroll through the pretty pine trees of the park at the edge of the beach. If you’re looking to indulge in some retail therapy there is a large shopping centre where you can pick up a bargain or two, as well as boutiques selling unique pieces you won’t find anywhere else, ideal for gifts, trinkets, souvenirs and clothes.
Thessaloniki is Hanioti’s largest neighbour and is the ideal place for a day trip during your holidays. The town is full of cultural and historical monuments, as well as plenty of bars, restaurants, cafés and shops when you need to stop for refreshments. Visit the Museum of Byzantine Culture and walk back through this incredible period, admire the many churches and religious buildings or the beautiful Monument to Alexander the Great. The Ladadika District is full of fascinating pastel coloured architecture as well as little boutiques where you can bag yourself a bargain, while Aristotelous Square is ideal for coffee or ice cream while people watching.