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Sani Dunes
9.2 Excellent
Sani Beach, Halkidiki, Sane, Greece
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0.3 mi from city centre, Sane 
ExcellentBased on 48 reviews
9.2

This relaxed hotel in Kassandra provides complimentary wireless internet, as well as an outdoor pool and a sauna. It is ideally positioned for those wishing to sightsee in the area.

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Average price in Sane:£446/night
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Sani Dunes
9.2 Excellent
Sani Beach, Halkidiki, Sane, Greece
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0.3 mi from city centre,  

This relaxed hotel in Kassandra provides complimentary wireless internet, as well as an outdoor pool and a sauna. It is ideally positioned for those wishing to sightsee in the area.

£455
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Sani Dunes

Sani Beach, Halkidiki, Sane, Greece

9.2. Excellent
£455

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About Sane

Surrounded by pine forests on the Kassandra Peninsula, Sani is a bustling seaside town renowned for its summer arts festival. It centres around a modern marina lined with stylish bars and boutiques and is watched over by a centuries-old tower associated with the Byzantine Stavronikita Monastery.

Things to do

Overlooking Sani is the Stavronikita Tower, a 16th-century watchtower built to protect the Stavronikita Monastery. Rising eight metres in height, it offers sweeping views across the Thermaic Gulf. The tower is a short stroll from the town’s marina and Sani Beach, where you’ll find warm, shallow waters that are ideal for swimming. You can rent a beach umbrella and sun loungers to relax on the white sands or grab a bite to eat at one of the waterfront eateries.

A trail leads through the pine trees from Sani Beach to Bousoulas, a quiet stretch of sand backed by a stylish beach bar. Families can visit the nearby Sani Treetop Adventure to enjoy zip lines and challenging rope obstacles. Its six courses will appeal to all ages and offer views through the trees towards the sea.

A short drive north of Sani are the ruins of Gerani, an ancient settlement that flourished with the harvesting of sea salt. Stroll through the remains of its foundations and see its well-preserved graves that hug the site’s coastal cliffs. To the south sprawl the wetlands of Nea Fokea, which is a popular spot for birdwatching.

Getting around

Sani is around an hour’s drive from Thessaloniki and 45 minutes from Thessaloniki Airport Makedonia, which has flights to destinations across Europe and the Middle East. Renting a car is the most convenient way of getting to Sani and the town can easily be explored on foot.

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Surrounded by pine forests on the Kassandra Peninsula, Sani is a bustling seaside town renowned for its summer arts festival. It centres around a modern marina lined with stylish bars and boutiques and is watched over by a centuries-old tower associated with the Byzantine Stavronikita Monastery.

Things to do in Sane

Overlooking Sani is the Stavronikita Tower, a 16th-century watchtower built to protect the Stavronikita Monastery. Rising eight metres in height, it offers sweeping views across the Thermaic Gulf. The tower is a short stroll from the town’s marina and Sani Beach, where you’ll find warm, shallow waters that are ideal for swimming. You can rent a beach umbrella and sun loungers to relax on the white sands or grab a bite to eat at one of the waterfront eateries.

A trail leads through the pine trees from Sani Beach to Bousoulas, a quiet stretch of sand backed by a stylish beach bar. Families can visit the nearby Sani Treetop Adventure to enjoy zip lines and challenging rope obstacles. Its six courses will appeal to all ages and offer views through the trees towards the sea.

A short drive north of Sani are the ruins of Gerani, an ancient settlement that flourished with the harvesting of sea salt. Stroll through the remains of its foundations and see its well-preserved graves that hug the site’s coastal cliffs. To the south sprawl the wetlands of Nea Fokea, which is a popular spot for birdwatching.

Getting around Sane

Sani is around an hour’s drive from Thessaloniki and 45 minutes from Thessaloniki Airport Makedonia, which has flights to destinations across Europe and the Middle East. Renting a car is the most convenient way of getting to Sani and the town can easily be explored on foot.

  • What are the best hotels in Sane?

    48 reviews rated Sani Dunes with an average score of 9.2/10. It may also be worth looking into the Sani Woods Apartments, which received a rating of 8.5/10 from 71 reviews. Sani Cape Villas - Stamatiadis could also be a good option, with a score of 9.1/10 from 15 reviews.