The iconic Porto Carras Grand Resort, on the western coast of Sithonia Halkidiki, on northern mainland Greece,  announced its opening under in April 2021.

The resort in Greece is nestled on the slopes of Meliton, overlooking the expansive blue of Toroneos Gulf, stretching across 1,763 hectares of verdant landscapes and along 9 km of sandy, Blue-Flag awarded beaches, punctuated by 25 pristine coves.

Aerial view of the Porto Carras Grand Resort

Opening on April 29th, the Porto Carras Grand Resort features the Meliton 5*, the Sithonia 4* Plus hotels, as well as the exclusive Villa Kalyva Mare suites with private pools and beach access.

The resort features a unique blend of five-star facilities including a private 315-berth Marina, the largest Conference Hall in Northern Greece, a Casino with two venues, a Thalassotherapy & Spa centre, a Golf Course, Horse Riding facilities, a Tennis Club, a Nautical Club, along with Greece’s largest organic vineyard , part of the special wine route “Wine Routes of Halkidiki” and Winery “Domaine Porto Carras”, while it also features three helipads.

Aerial view of the Toroneos Gulf

Following an investment of 205 million euro in April 2020, Porto Carras Grand Resort changed ownership and became a proud member of Belterra Investments Ltd.

As the company’s management stated: “It is with great honor that we are adding Porto Carras Grand Resort to our growing hospitality portfolio, which we plan to further develop in accordance with our mission statement to offer exceptional hospitality experiences with unique personalized service. As the health and safety of our employees and our guests remains our highest priority, we invite them to “Live the New Porto Carras Experience” as of April 2021, with the reassurance that the highest levels of health, safety, care and attention are at the core of our Holidays Protocol and measures implemented across the resort.”

In terms of its future development plans, Belterra Investments introduces its new philosophy and management culture in the market as the luxury accommodation sector in Greece is developing, aiming to contribute to the continued growth of the country’s tourism industry in the coming years.

Through strategic partnerships, the objective is to offer globally relevant tourism assets that meet Greece’s growing luxury accommodation supply requirements.