Ikos Oceania Hotel – Nea Moudania Chalkidiki

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Ikos Oceania, a 5-star hotel, is 50 km from Thessaloniki Airport (SKG). The transfer to Ikos Oceania from Thessaloniki Airport takes about 30 minutes and a ten minute walk from the city of Nea Moudania. It is located on a hillside overlooking the Aegean Sea and Mount Olympus.

Ikos Oceania offers rooms and suites, completely renovated in 2017, equipped with satellite TV, free wireless internet, laptop safe, balcony and free parking.

Ikos Oceania Resort is located in a location that suits everyone, far from the noise of major cities if you just want to relax on the beach but still quite close to the city of New Moudania if you want to spend the night.

The hotel offers a variety of activities for all family members and for all tastes, tennis courts, squash courts, beach volleyball, gym, spa, aerobics, table tennis, basketball, mini football.

Places to visit

Nea Moudania, the main commercial and financial center of Halkidiki, with banks, post office, folklore museum, fishing boat and gear museum, nautical clubs, restaurants and taverns, bars and cafes.

Our company offers low-cost transfers to Ikos Oceania for you and your family, simply book online and leave the rest to us.

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