Ekies All Senses Resort is located on a pristine beach in Vourvourou Bay on Sithonia (one of the three peninsulas of Halkidiki) and is surrounded by rocky islands, caves, crystal clear waters, sandy beaches and pine forests. If you want to experience nature in all its magnificent forms, you have found your ideal travel destination!
The simple design celebrates its Greek roots and natural setting while letting the surroundings shine. It embodies the notion that luxury should be measured by the ecological footprint.
Become one with the crystal blue water and white sand. Forget all your worries while the hotel takes care of every detail of your short or long break.
Accommodation at Ekies All Senses Resort is stylish, bright and spacious.
All of the minimalist-styled rooms feature striking furnishings and a private balcony.
Each room is equipped with air conditioning, satellite TV and a minibar. WiFi is available free of charge.
Modern Greek cuisine in four dimensions. EKIES loves food!
With locally produced ingredients, fresh fish processed every day by local fishermen and endless inspiration from the rich diversity of Greek cuisine, you will appreciate and love this cuisine.
Dimitris Pamporis is an accomplished chef who, despite his young age, has been working in the hospitality industry for almost fifteen years. Inspired by the diversity and richness of Greek cuisine, Dimitris has consistently worked on his vision of Greek cuisine: to modernize the culinary delights of Greece with local produce and his imagination. This unique approach has earned him a variety of awards.
Ekies offers effortless access to the sea as the almost private beach of Vourvourou is just three steps from your room.
Karidi Beach is one of the most beautiful spots in Halkidiki and that's no exaggeration! Less than 300 meters away from Ekies, discover your Greek version of exotic paradise.
Diaporos is the largest of the nine islands in Vourvourou Bay. With a few delightful houses here and there, it's a place worth exploring and is ideal for a picnic.
Locals seem to have picked the most appropriate nickname for Myrsini Beach: they call it Hawaii Beach. While we strongly believe that the Greek seas and beaches cannot be compared to anything else, the locals are probably right when we talk about white sands and turquoise waters