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Hanioti is a stunning tourist resort located on the first peninsula of Halkidiki on mainland Greece and is around 100km away from Thessaloniki airport. Picturesque and totally chilled out, pedestrian streets with their whitewashed houses give way to fantastic beaches and a range of green parks where kids can run around and play to their heart’s content.

Accommodation options vary in Hanioti although you won’t be short of choice. From cheap apartments and smaller hotels to larger resort complexes, luxury estates and intimate villas, it’s all here ready to be discovered.

Where to stay

Central Hanioti

A sizeable town boasting a stunning strip of sand and single beach, the pretty streets of Hanioti come alive in the summer with all sorts of shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and tavernas. One of the busiest areas of Hanioti is the centre (which backs on to the beach) and is ideal for fun family holidays, intrepid solo travellers or couples looking to kick back and relax. Although there’s plenty going on, hardcore clubbers may find the nearby town of Kallithea more to their liking, with its fantastic range of bars and clubs where you can party ‘til dawn.

Back to the beach, you’ll find an array of beach bars all offering snacks, drinks and free use of their sunbeds and umbrellas, plus there are watersports on offer here too. The sea is wonderfully clear and doesn’t get deep too quickly so is ideal for little ones, although the shingle means you may need some water shoes. If you choose to stay in Hanioti, accommodation consists of a broad range of 3 and 4 star hotels as well as self-catering apartments and villas.


Quiet, laid back and packed with traditional Greek charm, Pefkohori first started attracting visitors in the early 1970s and has grown in popularity ever since. It’s a very easy 20 minute walk along the coast to the south of Hanioti and accommodation ranges from hotels and resort complexes to studios, bigger apartments and villas. There’s a beautiful little market here too for picking up some all-important souvenirs plus plenty of rustic taverns and luxurious restaurants all offering a great variety of delicious local dishes.

What to see

Apart from the village and the beach, there’s loads more to see in the area. The beautiful village of Glarokavos near Pefkohori is just a few minutes away and well worth a visit plus of course there’s the famous beach of Paliouri with its crystal water, busy beach bars and welcoming locals.

If you fancy hiring a car, jumping in a taxi or joining in with an organised excursion, Hanioti is only about a 90-minute drive from Greece’s second-biggest city Thessaloniki. Enchanting and historic, the city is some 2300 years old and is filled to the rafters with shops, churches, museums and landmarks. While you’re there, head down to the port for some top class restaurants and boutique cafes where you can sit and watch the boats come in.


There are plenty of local bars, tavernas and restaurants to choose from in Hanioti, most of which are found dotted around the main square. Don’t forget to explore the little side streets coming off it too, as there are some great little gems hidden off the beaten track. There aren’t any nightclubs – the village isn’t really geared up for that kind of thing! – however the bars stay open until the last person heads to bed, and there’s even a 24-hour beach bar for those who love to watch the sun rise.

What to eat

The restaurants and tavernas of the central square and along the beach all offer delicious traditional Greek cuisine alongside European favourites like steak, chips and pizza. To get a little taste of everything, dig in to the “meze” or “sharing plates” before sampling some classic moussaka or mouth-watering slow-roasted lamb kleftiko.


During the day, the small supermarkets and pharmacies here will see you right with the essentials, but shopping at night is really something else. Street merchants set up their stalls for you to stop off and get your portrait painted or browse through their lovingly handmade local ceramics and jewellery. The shops stay open ‘til around midnight, so you can really take your time.

Fast Facts about Hanioti

  • Direct flight time: 3.5 hours from London
  • Transfer time from Thessaloniki Airport to Hanioti: 1 hour 15 minutes
  • Time Zone: 2 hours ahead of the UK
  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Greek
  • Average price of a domestic beer: €3
  • Average price of a bottle of wine: €7
  • Number of Brit tourists per year: Around 250,000





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10/10 Amazing

06 July 2012

Nice resort, lively with many shops with quality goodies.

Very nice place with great beaches and clean sea.It's really worth staying.A place for everyone.Singles, couples, kids....

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8/10 Great

23 September 2012

Restaurants, tavernas, bars and shops

A holiday resort when the corner shop doesn't shut until 2am

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Lively, friendly, safe feeling

8/10 Great

20 September 2012


A very good place for holidays.

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