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Danai Beach Resort & Villas
Why we like it
- Glorious hideaway on the Sithonia peninsula of Halkidiki
- Surrounded by Mediterranean pines, lush gardens and white sandy beaches bordered by azure seas
- Elegant guest rooms boast balcony or terrace and the Villas have their own heated infinity swimming pool
- We recommend a half day treatment at the exotic Danai Spa
- Families will love the Deluxe Suites whilst romantics can enjoy the Pool Suites with private terrace and heated deep-water pool
- New Danai Kids Club and Creche for children of all ages, from 4 months up to 12 years old
Enjoy your own private candlelit gourmet dining experience on the Danai Beach accompanied by opera or classical music.
I just wanted to take the opportunity to say thank you (Ailine Fischer) for the amazing experience in Iceland. This trip was an absolute dream. Everything about it was magical and words truly fall short. The guides, both Jon from A&K and all of the Land Rover crew were knowledgeable, friendly, and professional.
- JB, USA
Choose between a suite or villas - each with its own unique style, pieces of art, brand name furniture and decorative items, and all the modern facilities. The beauty of the gardens and the woods around the Resort are combined with the fascinating view of the open sea from the balconies and the terraces with the private swimming pools.
The villas are incredible, especially the two-story Villa of Greek Riviera, nothing short of a secluded castle with its four bedrooms and two deep-water outdoor heated pools. A wealth of activities are on site from watersports, tennis, outdoor heated seawater swimming pool and more. Nearby are golf courses for those looking to spend a day on the course.
Danai Beach Resort is a perfect base from which to explore Greece. Visit Thessaloniki, one of the oldest cities in Europe, for an experience of bustling city life in an ancient setting or marvel at the wild and natural beauty of Sithonia and Mount Athos.
Best time to be there
The mainland and islands are very hot and dry in July and especially August, the preferred travel month for French, Italian and Spanish holiday makers, making conditions busy, hotel availability limited and the beaches crowded. May, June and September are infinitely more comfortable and generally less expensive.
Rhodes, with its refreshing westerly winds and moderate summer heat, makes it the ideal place to travel for a summer holiday or a short break in the spring or Autumn.
Fly toAthens and Thessaloniki (British Airways); Rhodes (easyjet); Heraklion, Santorini and Mykonos (British Airways to Athens and onward with Aegean Air)
Flying time3-4 hours
Time differenceGMT +2 hours
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