Ioli Village is an apartment hotel in Pefkohori, a beach resort on the eastern coast of the Kassandra peninsula, Greece. The hotel is a short walk away from a long stretch of sandy beach and steps away from the resort centre. Ioli Village has a typical Mediterranean feel, with whitewashed walls and bright decor. The hotel complex has a central pool area with a main swimming pool. Here, you can relax with a drink or snack from the pool bar and make use of the hotel's Wi-Fi to keep in touch. Pefkohori beach is a short walk away, where you can sit and enjoy views of the Aegean Sea. There's a selection of bars and restaurants lining the beachfront for a bite to eat, or you can wander further into the resort centre for more variety. For evening entertainment, the hotel puts on a traditional Greek night once a week. Outside the hotel, you can find a range of bars and clubs that are open until late into the evening, all within walking distance of the hotel. If you're looking for something quieter, the town has evening arts and crafts markets, where you can wander around and pick up a few souvenirs.
Pefkohori beach is 250m from the hotel, while the centre of Pefkohori is 200m away. The village has a range of shops, cafes, traditional Greek tavernas and restaurants. The mountainous area of the Kassandra peninsula means there are several walking trails around the hills or along the coastline. If you want to explore different beaches in the area, Glarokavos beach is a short drive east of the hotel. This long sandy beach has shallow water and bars and cafÈs, making it a family-friendly day out. Alternatively, further down the coast is Chrousso beach, a popular stretch of sand with clear water.
The hotel has a pool bar serving drinks and snacks throughout the day and evening. There are two restaurants; a buffet restaurant and a la carte restaurant, with both offering Greek cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There's also a supermarket a short walk away.
If you're looking for a day out with the kids, there's a water park a short drive from the hotel, with pools and slides for all ages.
The apartments at Ioli Village are open and airy, with a kitchenette where you can prepare snacks. Air conditioning is also available.
Distance to city centre 50m
Distance to beach 350m
Distance to airport 100km
Address: +302374061043, Pefkochori, Pefkohori Halkidiki, Greece
Kassandra, Halkidiki, Greece
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Beware of the economy room, it’s uninhabitable! The toilet didn’t flush, it’s essentially in the shower, dark, grotty, beyond basic. When we complained we were offered only an upgrade at significant cost. Even our upgraded room had issues. Hotel staff were rude and mislead us on how to raise a complaint. Pool revolting. I can’t think of anything good.
Basic but adequate accommodation, great location and welcoming for families. Pool was grubby - well worth the 1 mile walk to the quiet beach at the end of the resort. Breakfast not particularly vegetarian friendly but adequate.
I went with jet 2 the room was updated and clean , however no air conditioning in the living room made it difficult to sleep . My daughter and granddaughter had the main bedroom. We had breakfast in the restaurant twice but agree with other reviews that is very poor - the staff were so bored it was laughable so don’t bother with it. A holiday is what you make it -the pool area was great fun for my granddaughter who found lots of other girls to play with -she had an amazing time, and the pool was safe and warm. Yes the tables next to the sun beds were filthy but there were plenty of sun beds and music playing all day. Pefkohori seafront is alive with bars shops and restaurants and is not expensive -a very popular resort with thousands of holidaymakers so lots of atmosphere. I went in August. I would say Ioli village is not suitable for small children as there is nowhere for them to play -and don’t take them on the beach -it’s packed and slopes away extremely quickly so is dangerous to none swimmers - be warned. I didn’t know what to expect and I enjoyed it and would go again .