Luxury hotel holiday Ikos Oceania Halkidiki

Ikos Oceania is a 5-star, idyllic haven of luxury in northern Greece, with superb facilities and a wide choice of restaurants. This stunning and serene resort offers guests a glimpse of the finest hospitality and luxury Greece has to offer.
Included in your Expressions holiday
  • Accommodation in a double or twin room on all-inclusive
  • Scheduled flights with British Airways London to Thessaloniki
  • Private car transfer airport to hotel and back
  • Concierge service and Expressions Holidays regional helpful hints
  • Optional room, board and flight upgrades. Details on request

Luxury bespoke holidays to Ikos Oceania Halkidiki

Ikos Oceania is a 5-star, idyllic haven of luxury in Greece, with superb facilities and a wide choice of restaurants. This stunning and serene resort offers guests a glimpse of the finest hospitality and luxury Greece has to offer.

Facts in brief

Official star rating 5

Location The hotel is located on the beach, near the town Nea Moudania

Annual opening 26 March to 7 November

Closest airport Thessaloniki Airport

Distance from airport The hotel is 40-minutes' drive from Thessaloniki Airport

Hotel facilities and services

Flavors Mediterranean Buffet Restaurant, Fresco Italian Restaurant, Anaya Asian Restaurant, Ouzo Greek Restaurant, Provence French Restaurant, Cava Wine Collection, 24-hour Room Service, Beach and Pool Food and Drink Service, Dine Out, Indigo Bar, Almyra Beach Bar, Aqua Pool Bar, Lounge Deluxe Collection Bar, Helios Bar, Astra Club, Ikos Spa with Anne Semonin, Live Music and Theatre, Indoor and Outdoor Pools, 350m Long Beach, Guest Parking.

Complimentary watersports

Aqua Aerobics, Canoeing, Windsurfing (1 hour per stay), Water Polo, Pedaloes.

Chargeable watersports

Catamaran Sailing, Private Boat Tours, Ringos, Scuba Diving, and Sailing, Water-skiing, and Windsurfing Academies.

Land sports

Squash, Tennis, Aerobics, Basketball, Beach Badminton, Beach Soccer, Beach Tennis, Beach Volleyball, Yoga, Mountain Biking, Table Tennis, and Zumba. Football Academy and Tennis Academy are available at an extra cost.

Out and about nearby

In the beautiful Halkidiki region, there is plenty of cultural, gastronomic, and sporting exploration to be enjoyed. Head into Nikiti, one of the most picturesque villages in the region, overlooking the Peninsula of Kassandra, or venture through the countryside of Holomontas, past traditional villages and forested mountains. Seek out the abandoned villages set between the pines of the Sithonia Peninsula, or sail out from here towards Mount Athos. From the sea, you can see the stunning monasteries perched precariously on the cliffs.

Special offers for this holiday>

Holiday price guide Sample prices are per person based on two people sharing a Superior room with side sea view for 7 nights

From about

£1,920 low season

£2,725 high season

Holiday Code EXH46107

The prices displayed here are a guide only. Each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect all actual costs including up-to-date special offers.

Luxury bespoke holidays to Ikos Oceania Halkidiki

The strikingly modern five-star Ikos Oceania is set in the Halkidiki region of Greece, with uninterrupted views of the Aegean Sea, all the way out to the crisp blue horizon. The grounds are comprised mostly of beautiful landscaped gardens that follow the slope of the hillside towards the golden sand of the beach. Dotted between these gardens are the restaurants, rooms, spa, pools, and sports facilities. The modern, refined architectural style of the Ikos Resorts is reminiscent of traditional Greek design on the main buildings, with stone pillars framing the ocean views, and large welcoming rooms that lead into one another through tall, wide archways. The resort's 290 rooms and suites are spread across four different buildings, including a Deluxe Collection building. Each was fully renovated in 2017. Inside, the accommodation style is kept light and airy, with a colour scheme and decorative artwork that are inspired by the Aegean ocean. Everything is kept white and blue, but with warming touches of green and soft yellow. The addition of a fully-furnished outside area in each room adds to a real sense of seclusion and self-sufficiency. The restaurants and Dine Out programme at Ikos Oceania ensure that guests are not only treated to a genuine taste of Greece, but also the flavours of Italy, France, and Asia. The menus at each of the restaurants have been designed by experienced Michelin-starred chefs. With such a stunning stretch of beach on your doorstep, it would be tempting to spend all your time taking in the views, there are, however, a selection of pristine pools that are perfect for a refreshing dip. The sleek, very Grecian spa, offers a tranquil hideaway with a range of soothing traditional treatments and products designed by Anne Semonin. In addition to the spa, for adults seeking total seclusion and sophistication, there is the Helios Bar, the Provence infinity pool, and the Flavors Restaurant, which all remain adults-only at all times. The evening entertainment at the many bars is the perfect way to round off a relaxing day at Ikos Oceania, and helps to ensure that the resort caters to guests seeking fun as well as relaxation.

Room descriptions

Ikos Oceania has 290 rooms and suites with outdoor space, air-conditioning, coffee and tea making facilities, DVD and CD player, flat screen satellite television, minibar, hairdryer, safe, and WiFi.

Promo Double Room
Superior Double Room Side Sea View
Superior Double Room Sea View
Junior Suite
Junior Suite with Private Garden
Family Room Interconnecting Sea View
Panorama Junior Suite
One Bedroom Family Suite
One Bedroom Family Suite with Private Garden
Deluxe Junior Suite
Deluxe Junior Suite with Private Garden
Deluxe One Bedroom Family Suite
Deluxe Two Bedroom Family Suite
Deluxe Two Bedroom Family Suite with Private Garden

Special offers for this holiday>

Holiday price guide Sample prices are per person based on two people sharing a Superior room with side sea view for 7 nights

From about

£1,920 low season

£2,725 high season

Holiday Code EXH46107

The prices displayed here are a guide only. Each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect all actual costs including up-to-date special offers.

Luxury bespoke holidays to Ikos Oceania Halkidiki

The journey and how you get there

For a holiday to Ikos Oceania, Expressions Holidays includes scheduled flights with British Airways from London to Thessaloniki. Flights may be available from other UK airports with Easyjet, Jet2 and TUI for example. The hotel is about 40 minutes’ drive from the airport and we recommend that we book a private car transfer for you. You may want to have the use of a hire-car for all or part of your holiday and this can be arranged by us for you in advance.

Additional information

Minimum stays: A minimum stay of 5 nights applies throughout the season.

Children: A creche, kids' club, and teens club run throughout the day, offering a vast programme of organised activities for all ages.

Special offers

Honeymoon offer 2020 Book a honeymoon stay in 2020 and receive one complimentary romantic candlelight dinner and sparkling wine upon arrival.

Holiday price guide Sample prices are per person based on two people sharing a Superior room with side sea view for 7 nights

From about

£1,920 low season

£2,725 high season

Holiday Code EXH46107

The prices displayed here are a guide only. Each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect all actual costs including up-to-date special offers.

Luxury bespoke holidays to Ikos Oceania Halkidiki

About Greece

An Expressions tailor-made holiday to Greece is ideal for any traveller looking to experience the diversity and splendour of this historic country. With 166 inhabited islands, a history spanning millennia of civilisation, distinctive and rustic cuisine often enjoyed al fresco with taverna-views out over the sea, as well as some of the most spectacular beaches in Europe, Greece offers a fantastic holiday for all tastes and budgets. The sum of an extraordinary diversity of parts, Greece has played host to countless empires, and the country today is fair littered with Roman ruins and Byzantine churches, Venetian fortresses and Frankish castles. Its music, food and even language are hugely influence by the Ottoman Empire’s 400-year rule. Scattered far and wide across the Aegean and Ionian Seas, the difficulty with Greece is in deciding which bit to visit. From the rugged hillsides of Crete to the long, wide beaches of Kefalonia, from the dramatic coastline of the Peloponnese to the ancient villages and tiny islands of the Dodecanese and Cyclades, Greece is so many different holidays rolled into one, endlessly multi-faceted country. Whether you just want to fly and flop or explore ancient ruins, whether you’re looking for water sports and nightlife, or wanting to hike between ancient villages, the famously friendly Greeks will be sure to have their welcome mat out for you.

Highlights of Greece

The ancient sites of Athens, with the Acropolis merely the most famous; Halkidiki, three beautiful peninsulas stretching out into the Northern Aegean, dominated by Mount Athos, with volcanoes, beaches and monasteries; Pelios peninsula, well-known to Athenians, little visited by tourists, criss-crossed by ancient mule tracks, with ancient villages, fabulous remote beaches; the Peloponnese, Greece at its ancient (Agamemnon’s Palace at Mycenae and Temple of Apollo at Corinth) and modern (west coast beaches) best; Kos, with beautiful powder-soft beaches sandwiched between verdant interior and turquoise sea; Santorini, perhaps the most iconic island of all, with famous blue-domed churches, white-washed villages and cobalt bays; Corfu’s wonderful old town; Hydra, fantastically scenic, with tiers of stone mansions cascading down towards a perfect horseshoe harbour; Patmos, where St John wrote the Book of Revelations, now a laid-back artistic hang-out; the extraordinarily atmospheric Delphi; Greece’s fascinating second city Thessaloniki; Meteora, one of Greece’s most spectacular sites, with clifftop monasteries overlooking the sea; take a rack-and-pinion train journey through the stunning Vouraikos Gorge to Kalavryta; lobster tavernas of the Fourni islands, a wonderful archipelago with gently shelving islands and hidden coves; the national marine park of Alonnisos, superb snorkelling; turtles on Zakynthos; Ikaria’s bizarre rock formations; spring and autumn migrations, when the cliffs of Lesvos swarm with birds; semi-tropical Samos and pine-scented Thasos with super beaches; tiny, hidden islands of Inousses, Fourni and Psara.

Travelling around Greece & the Greek islands

Greece is an easy place to travel around thanks to a comprehensive public transport system. Buses are the mainstay of land transport, with a network that reaches out to the smallest villages. Trains are a good alternative, where available. To most visitors, though, travelling in Greece means island-hopping on the multitude of ferries that crisscross the Adriatic and the Aegean. If you’re in a hurry, Greece also has an extensive domestic air network. While exasperating ferry schedules make island-hopping here a challenge, the individual character of each island more than makes up for the effort.

Facts in brief

Capital Athens
Airport Greece has 16 international airports, but only those in Athens, Thessaloniki, Rhodes and Iraklio (Crete) take scheduled flights; the other 12, scattered across the islands, are served by a variety of UK low-cost and charter airlines.
Size 51,000 sq. miles
Population 10.5 million
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