Sani Beach

Location: Central & Northern Greece | Greece

Price guide: $$$$$ $100-$200 per person per night

Sani Beach is a five-star beachfront hotel in the luxury Sani Resort, on the Kassandra peninsula of Halkidiki in northern Greece. With several international restaurants and bars, a spa and even an open-air theatre, everything you need for a relaxing stay is within easy reach here, with a range of physical activities and adventures for kids also on offer.
Perfect forBeachfront resort luxury in northern Greece.
In the knowSani Beach's two exclusive beaches, Ammos and Sani Hill, together span seven kilometres of golden sand – so you won’t be lacking for somewhere to sunbathe or swim.

Recommended for...

  • Beach
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Family-friendly
  • Water activities

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

Nestled in a coastal curve of the picturesque Cape Sani, Sani Beach, part of the Sani Resort, overlooks the blue waters of the Aegean Sea and the forested interior of the Kassandra peninsula. Check out Sani Resort's other hotels, Sani Club, Porto Sani, Sani Dunes and Sani Asterias

Rooms at Sani Beach

Sani Beach’s rooms and suites have a traditional, homely feel, with soothing pastel colours, floral flock wallpaper and lovely mosaic-tiled bathrooms. Each room features either a balcony or terrace overlooking either the ocean or the countryside, or a private garden. All the accommodation options have all the amenities necessary to make you feel at home, such as Nespresso coffee machines, sound systems with iPod docks, and cable TV.

Upgrade to the Sani Suite Collection for deluxe extras such as private in-suite check-in, a personal concierge to attend to in-room amenities and pre-book dining experiences and activities, private chauffeured tours of the Kassandra peninsula and complimentary transfers throughout the resort, and exclusive beach bags and beach treats for a VIP day on the beach. 

Food & Drink

With several restaurants and bars, there’s no shortage of eating and drinking options at Sani Beach. On the food front, seafood predictably plays a big part - the Ammos restaurant is helmed by a Michelin-starred chef, while the grandly-named Poseidon hosts a suitably divine range of themed buffet nights. There are also poolside and veranda restaurants serving a range of Greek, Mediterranean and international dishes.

The Bousoulas Beach Bar is a lively spot for a drink, while the Bar by the Pool ensures you’ll barely have to lift a finger from your lounger to enjoy a cocktail. The elegant Zephyros Bar is a stylish place for a coffee or an evening cocktail, while the Garden Theatre Bar is the place to go for a pre, post or mid-show beverage.

Sani Resort guests can take advantage of the Dine Around programme, giving them the option to dine at over 20 restaurants around the resort. Choose from tailored Dine Around menus, or a la carte options are also available - you'll be spoilt for choice! 


The My Spa offers a range of soothing after-sun treatments – just the thing after an afternoon’s lounging on the beach – as well as pre-sun therapies to prepare yourself for some sunbathing. More traditional facials and massages are also on offer. 

Activities at Sani Beach

There’s no end of outdoor activities to keep energetic guests occupied at Sani Beach and around the resort. The Sani Sports Centre is home to football, basketball and volleyball facilities. Guests can hone their skills at the Chelsea FC Football Academy, or if you're a tennis fan, get inspiration from expert coaches on the clay courts of the Rafa Nadal Tennis Centre, while the beach is home to a dedicated scuba diving centre. 

Away from the resort, wine tasting tours in the surrounding countryside are a popular activity, while further afield the old stone village of Athitos makes a lovely setting for an afternoon walk. For kids, the Sani Explorers club offers a variety of fun and educational activities, from wildlife tracking in the forest to mountain biking through the Sani wetlands, and they can also go ziplining through the trees at the Sani Adventure Park. Take the adrenaline up a notch at the Bear Grylls Survival Academy (for ages 6 and upwards). 

If you have the family in tow, there are excellent childcare facilities and kids clubs to keep children entertained in style, ensuring parents have peace of mind on vacation (pre-booking advised).

The Garden Theatre, open to guests of all five of the resort’s hotels, features a variety of stage performances six days a week.

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Hotel location

Sani Beach is around an hour’s drive from Thessaloniki Airport.

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