Ikos Oceania Club

The Ikos Oceania Club is a luxury hotel that teams an infinity pool with great dining and a private beach.

The infinity pool really sets the scene here, and the four a la carte restaurants and first-class spa are the icing on the cake. And on the private beach, there are water sports and loungers, and waiter service is the norm.

Entertainment at the hotel includes live shows and live music while, after dinner, the hotel often puts on film nights as well as beach and pool parties. During the day, you can give cookery classes and Greek dancing a go, too.

Overview of Halkidiki

If you’re looking for a great mix of white-sand beaches and ancient ruins, then a holiday to Halkidiki is perfect. With distant views of Mount Olympus, Halkidiki has a stunning landscape and beautiful beaches, which you can enjoy over some precision-cooked seafood.

Nea Moudania is one of Halkidiki’s largest resorts with shopping, loads of bars and a fantastic range of restaurants. It’s also home to the Ikos Oceania Club, golden beaches and a recently renovated marina.

Things to do in Halkidiki

The Ikos Oceania Club is only one kilometre from Nea Moudania and its harbour.

The marina is a hub for eating and drinking. But in town, the beach is the star of the show, with pedalos, windsurfing and scuba diving to choose from. For little ones, the shallow water is warm and safe to wade into, so you can watch them paddle from your lounger.

The beachside tavernas serve divine traditional Greek food and seafood, with menus changing daily to reflect the freshest catches.

For a spot of history and culture, head to the 2,000-year-old amphitheatre or the 14th-century Byzantine tower.

Nea Moudania is the perfect cosmopolitan holiday destination in Halkidiki. With a mix of sun, history and world-class food, there’s something for everyone here.


Resort Summary

Aside from looking out across the water on the stunning Mount Olympus, there’s lots of fun to be had around Nea Moudania’s golden sands while enjoying your package holidays to Halkidiki. Watersports are readily available, including pedalos, windsurfing, water-skis and scuba diving.

The yacht club organises sailing courses and international fishing competitions and there are also annual beach volleyball competitions, as well as ad-hoc beach football games – perfect for keeping active on your cheap package holidays to Greece. For little ones, the shallow water is warm and safe to wade into, meaning you can watch them from your sunlounger.