Halkidiki, shaped like Poseidon’s trident, is a location blessed with natural beauty: combining the turquoise blue of the sea with the green of the landscape. Located in northern Greece, Chalkidiki is a three – pronged peninsula, jutting out into the Aegean. Its second peninsula, Sithonia, is known for its wild rugged mountains giving way to mesmerizing beaches. In one of the best spots, the annually awarded with a Blue Flag, Trani Ammouda, a sandy beach with crystal clear waters, lies Antigoni Seaside Resort.


Only a 100km or 1 hour drive from Thessaloniki airport, the hotel has the perfect location, being secluded but not isolated. We are located within walking distance to charming traditional villages. From vintage to more luxurious, Sithonia is renowned for a great shopping experience. Also, for those seeking entertainment and want to discover more of the vibrant nightlife in the area, we know where to go. For insider info ask our people at the welcome desk!
For all our yachting enthusiasts, you will be pleased to hear that the marina nearby provides the perfect haven to park your beloved boat while you are enjoying a stay at Antigoni.
Athos peninsula has escaped the clutches of modern development, due to its monastic community. Founded around the 9th century, is also known as ‘Agion Oros’ or 'Holy Mountain'. Mount Athos is an Orthodox spiritual center that has an autonomous statute since the early Byzantine times. 'Holy Mountain', which is forbidden to women and children, is an important center of Eastern Orthodox monasticism in northeastern Greece. Enveloped with beautiful wild forest, the steep slopes of Mount Athos are dotted with 20 imposing monasteries.

Because of its religious importance, the architecture and preservation of the flora and fauna around the mountain, Mount Athos was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1988.
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