On the north-west promontory of the Chalkidiki peninsula called Kassandra, you will find the modern resort of Sani located about 50 km from the capital of Polygyrus.
The several kilometres long beach in Sani, awarded the EU Blue Flag for the top quality, is looking towards the legendary Mount Olymp, lined by the coniferous trees on the coast. Its sandy surface contrasts with the crystal clear blue water of the Aegean Sea, making this place a comfortable centre of summer relaxation. The resort is appreciated especially by the lovers of luxury and high standard accommodation, as you will find there hotels and bungalows with a high number of stars, with their own gardens and swimming pools. Obviously you can choose from a great variety of water sports and catering establishments like bars near the beach or the swimming pool, tavernas and nightclubs. During the summer, there are many festivals, parties and other cultural events being held on the beach.
What to do in Sani?
In the resort there is a possibility to do some shopping and quite lots of cultural options. In the natural open-air theatre, you can experience the traditional festival, in the open-air cinema, you can go to see a nice movie during a hot night lit only by the stars, and feast your eyes on the artworks in an art gallery. Although the today’s Sani is a modern town, its origins are dated back to the distant past, and so, you can encounter there both historical sites or a medieval tower.
On your return from the trip, visit some of the local gourmet tavernas or restaurants to taste some Greek speciality or something from the continental cuisine. The surroundings of the resort boasting a beautiful nature with a variety of rare animal and plant species offer many possibilities to go for a nice trip walking, on a bicycle or by car.
More resorts on Chalkidiki
Travel agencies also offer tours to the resorts of Afitos, Fourka, Gerakini, Hanioti, Kallithea, Kriopigi, Nea Iraklia, Nea Moudania, Nea Vrasna, Neos Marmaras, Ouranoupolis, Pefkochori, Polichrono, Porto Carras, Posidi, Sani, Sarti, Sithonia, Toroni and Stavros.