Porto Carras Resort
An Exceptional Destination
Porto Carras Resort is graced by nature’s beauty in its many guises, combining the elements of sea, sun, fresh air and mountain flora and fauna. Personalised relaxation, wellness and entertainment choices will reinvigorate body and mind. From hiking and horseback rides into forests of scented pines, to tasting the seasons of sun-baked vineyards, or discovering your dream haven in a secluded cove – to each their own paradise.
An Ode to Discovery
The Full Beach Resort Experience
With its feet in the sand of a pristine 9km coastline, set in 1800 hectares of gardens shaded by pine groves that meander up towards the slopes of Meliton, Porto Carras is blessed not just with great natural beauty. Among its other seductive charms are an 18-hole golf course, a Thalassotherapy & Wellness Spa, fine gastronomy, a celebrated wine estate, a casino and a fully-serviced marina. Not to mention the variety of sporting and cultural activities on offer on land and at sea, for guests of all ages.
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Porto Carras Meliton
Porto Carras is all about options. The Porto Carras Meliton 5*, a grand hotel with 479 rooms and suites over 6 floors, sits at the heart of an exquisitely curated natural paradise. All rooms and suites enjoy breath-taking views across the vast landscaped gardens and pristine environment of the 1800 hectare property.
A World unto Itself
Porto Carras is positioned on the peninsula of Sithonia, easily accessible from the international airport of Thessaloniki 120km away. In a region of Northern Greece famed for its natural splendour, its incomparable coastline has no less than 96 blue-flag beaches and many secluded coves, running like a golden seam between the vast expanse of clear turquoise waters, and a Mediterranean landscape of pine forests with idyllic riding and hiking trails. Equally rich in cultural heritage, Porto Carras is home to the greatest vineyard in Greece, countless historical sites, picturesque villages and traditions kept alive over the centuries since the days of the Macedonian empire.