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Located next to the charming village of Nea Moudania, the luxurious Ikos Oceania resort is the perfect place to kick back and relax. The proud recipient of the TripAdvisor 2018 Traveller’s Choice Certificate, the resort is your very own spot in the sun, right by the sparkling cyan-blue Aegean Sea. With over 15 acres of meticulously maintained gardens and a mass of olive groves and cypress trees, your holiday will be set against a beautiful, traditionally Greek backdrop.
The resort features 298 rooms and suites that are all furnished in an elegant style with tranquil colours. After a day lounging by the infinity pool, swimming in the sea, and/or enjoying the spa and fitness facilities, the rooms offer a perfect, private setting for further relaxation. The resort boasts a vast choice of restaurants, featuring both contemporary and Mediterranean cuisine, prepared by Michelin-starred chefs, and should you wish to explore the local tavernas and Greek culture, the hotel offers a convenient shuttle service to Nea Moudania.
With over 550 kilometres of serene coastline, and most of Greece’s Blue Flag-listed beaches, surrounding the peninsula of Halkidiki, there are numerous places here to soak up the sun with a cold drink in hand. The aquamarine waters and golden sand form a true haven for sunbathers and sports-enthusiasts alike. The coast allows for both motorised activities such as water skiing and parasailing, as well as non-motorised water sports like kayaking, windsurfing and snorkelling. The hotel is found in Nea Moudania, the second largest city in Halkidiki. Known primarily for its stunning landscapes and natural scenery, water sports and boat trips are also popular choices from the beach, while you can get sailing lessons from the local yacht club.
Further inland from the resorts and sea, you can experience the strong traditions, history and great local produce of the surrounding countryside. Visit the ruined city of Olynthos or the archaeological museum in the peninsula’s capital of Polygyros. You can also choose to head on a boat tour around Mount Athos to see the ancient monasteries perched on the steep cliffs.