Freshly opened in April 2019, the Pefki Deluxe Residences are located in walking distance of the region’s gorgeous beach, along with the vibrant centre of Pefkohori. Complete with contemporary elegance and subtle luxury, this brand new retreat offers a discrete and refined holiday getaway with a chic boutique style – a unique treasure in this area of Halkidiki.
‘It is really lovely. The accommodation is great, the staff also. Lots of eating places on seafront and in the village which is minutes away. 2 supermarkets almost next door and opposite. Nothing to find fault with’ (Trip Advisor).
Pefki Deluxe Residences Facilities
Boasting a swimming pool, a garden and a bar and views of the pool, Pefki Deluxe Residences is set in Pefkohori and offers accommodation with free WiFi.
Each unit is fitted with a fully equipped kitchenette with a fridge, a seating area with a sofa, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with shower and a hair dryer.
Guests at the Pefki Deluxe Residences can book self-catering or enjoy a continental breakfast.
If you would like to discover the area, hiking, snorkelling and cycling are possible in the surroundings.
Pefki Deluxe Residences Location
Sani Beach is 23.6 miles from Pefki Deluxe Residences, while Afitos is 13.7 miles from the property. The nearest airport is Thessaloniki Airport, 60.3 miles from the accommodation.
Welcome to Halkidiki, a region of Greece where friendly people offer a warm welcome you’ll never forget. Simply sit back and soak up the atmosphere or get active with a range of sports including horse-riding, diving, windsurfing, and scuba-diving. This is a unique holiday destination loved for its heritage and hospitality, Mediterranean climate and outstanding natural beauty.
The peninsula of Halkidiki — the birthplace of the philosopher Aristotle — is found 60km southeast of Thessaloniki, Greece’s second-largest city. Halkidiki’s capital, Poligiros, built on the foothills of Mount Holomonta, is home to a fascinating Archaeological Museum with important exhibits from excavations all around Halkidiki. Poligiros is well-known for its parks, old town and festivities, which include the famous Poligiros carnival.
Yet Halkidiki is best known for its three ‘fingers’ which extend into the Aegean, each of which has its own distinctive character. There’s the cosmopolitan Kassandra with its sumptuous scenery and its lively bar, taverna, restaurant and club culture; the more leisurely and laid-back Sithonia, whose wild beauty is popular with nature-lovers and walkers; and the spiritual Mount Athos with its monasteries and churches.