Exquisite sandy beaches and fine Greek hospitality
Sani holidays are exceptionally scenic and exclusively upmarket located on the Kassandra peninsular in Halkidiki, just over an hour's transfer from Thessaloniki airport.
Up until the latter part of the 20th century there were no holidays in Sani, as the area was nothing but marshland that housed a prison - but these days it has developed into a luxury, purpose built resort surrounded by lush, green countryside and has its own yachting marina and attracts only very discerning guests looking for only the finest facilities and the opportunity to relax aplenty. It has 7km of exquisite white sandy beach, perfect if you want to spend days recharging your batteries in the Greek sunshine or taking advantage of the abundance of water sports - if you fancy doing something different, you will also find a stylish shopping piazza, as well as an art gallery and an open air cinema. If you fancy some retail therapy on your Sani holidays, you can also spend the day shopping and absorbing the vibrant Greek culture in nearby Thessaloniki, Greece's second city.
Quick Sani Tips
The currency used in Sani is the Euro
Greek is the national language of Halkidiki however English is widely spoken
The religion in Sani (and the rest of Greece) is Greek Orthodox
Transfers from Halkidiki airport take approximately 1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours
As with all holidays in Greece try some of the fresh local fish or a typical Greek Meze
The handful of hotels that make up the Sani resort offer anything from self catering stays right the through to all inclusive stays dependant on your needs - it goes without saying that all the properties are of a particularly high standard. Nightlife is low key and relaxed in the main and centres around hotel based entertainment. If you fancy experiencing the finest in Greek hospitality and want to leave feeling rejuvenated and revitalised, then Sani is definitely for you. Book holidays to Sani online here at Latedeals.co.uk.
Top Places To Visit
Petralona Cave and Museum
The Cave that the first man's skeleton was discovered. Archaeologists first said that he was around 50.000 years old only!!! but then after more tests, they started to raise a bit... to 100,000 years, 200,000 years and now they found out that the first man was around 800,000 years old.