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Excursions

At the Danai Beach Resort we enable to explore the peninsula of Halkidiki by sea offering a range of Yachts or speed boat charter options, variable in size and equipment level.
A yacht or speedboat trip is the ideal opportunity to combine leisure with sight- seeing.
One of our recommended routes leads to the old city of Neos Marmaras. Departing from the hotel’s private beach the tour follows the coastline of Nikiti, Ai Giannis, Kastro, Kalogria, Elia and Paradeisos beach, finally reaching Neos Marmaras. The journey resumes by passing the impressive complex of Porto Carras surrounded by harbors and vineyards followed by the turtoise-shaped, deserted island of Kelyfos and sandy beach of Diaporos.
To Athos and Diaporos: The journey begins from the small harbour of Ormos Panagias. The route resumes along the coast of Mount Athos and East of Sithonia. A number of monasteries for which the Island of Athos is renowned for can be admired from the boat before reaching the area of Vourvourou, the peninsula Mega Teichos (the Great Wall) and Frantitsi skerry. The sight seeing hot spots in this area include Kryftos bay, a former pirate refuge and the ancient Paleochristianic basilica of Aghios Andreas, constructed in the 5th century.
For yacht rentals we offer a “Danai to Go” picnic basket with tasty snacks and refreshing drinks. Service on board include meal preparation, butler service or SPA treatments and are available upon advance-booking.

 

Exceptional Experiences

Mount Athos (Holly Mountain). Legend has it that during the battle between the Gods and the Giants, Athos, a  Thracian giant, threw a massive...

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Sithonia Guide

Old Village and coastal Nikiti: It is classified as a historical settlement. It consists of stone houses, many of which were built in the 19th...

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Halkidiki by Danai

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Ancient Olynthus. Perched on a wisely selected location overseeing the plain, was an architecturally and...

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