Are you ready to be amazed by the Aegean’s underwater world? The crystal-clear waters and the breathtaking view among the three peninsulas of Chalkidiki create the perfect scenery for an unforgettable adventure. Contact our front desk to find out more about the nearby diving centers and book private skippered cruises for up to 10 or 12 people.
Set sails to the “Holy Mountain’’! This is the only monastic republic within Europe and is ruled by monks. Uniquely built monasteries placed on the most unspoiled part of Chalkidiki are waiting for you to discover them. Get on the boat and explore Ormos Panagias, the eastern side of Sithonia Peninsula, towards mount Athos. The view of the heights surrounded by the untouched nature is one of the most rewarding experiences. Our front desk can provide useful information on the timetables and help you book your cruise.
Take the chance to visit one of the most famous wineries in Greece, located in the serene region of Epanomi in Thessaloniki (approx. 90km away from Renaissance Hanioti Resort). A vineyard oasis overlooking the city unfolds fabulous arched wine cellars and a tremendous in-house museum. A journey to follow from vine to bottle, live the history within the spectacular architecture of the Gerovassiliou Wine Museum that exhibits one of the largest corkscrews collections in the world, as well as viticulture, winemaking and cooperage tools. For additional information please contact our front desk.
Known for the rich cultural and historical heritage and as well as for its capturing cosmopolitan lifestyle, Thessaloniki is the second largest city of Greece. Immerse yourself in the city’s long history by visiting the Archeological Museum, the White Tower and the Byzantine church of Saint Dimitrios. Wander around Tsimiski and Mitropoleos shopping streets and enjoy a delightful coffee break by the sea at Leoforos Nikis. Feeling hungry? Taste the unique delicacies in one of the traditional taverns in Athonos Square or Ladadika.
80km away from Thessaloniki lies the old capital of ancient Macedonia. Vergina is one of the most important archaeological sites in Northern Greece. Set on a magical journey through time visiting the tomb of King Philip, father of Alexander the Great. Recognized as a Monument of World heritage by UNESCO, one of the most glorious museums in Greece holds treasures worth seeking.
Between the sky-high monasteries and the unspoiled nature, the rock formation of Meteora is for many an unearthly site. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is believed to be a geological miracle. For more than 600 years hermits and monks lived inside the monasteries, built on the peaks of the majestic rocks. Get ready to travel back to dark ages and breath in the most astonishing view. If you wish to visit one of the six monasteries, then appropriate clothing is required (no shorts or pants for women).
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