Eagles Palace Hotel, Halkidiki

Family run and family friendly, Eagles Palace Hotel is situated on mainland Greece, just minutes away from the golden beaches and crystal clear waters of Halkidiki. With plenty of facilities to keep people of all ages happy, including a fully equipped water sports and scuba diving center, as well as beautiful gardens and gourmet restaurants, one of the 164 rooms has your name on it this summer.


Eagles Palace is located in the picturesque village of Ouranoupolis, Halkidiki in Northern Greece. The hotel is a 90-minute drive from the International Macedonia Airport in Thessaloniki, which also has excellent rail links to the rest of Europe. There is just so much to do here that we can guarantee you (or, more importantly, the kids) will never be bored. Even if you never leave the hotel, the wide-range of activities such as yoga, cooking classes and watersports, on offer at Eagles Palace, will keep you busy. But there’s always a simple laze on the beach too….

Your Room

Whatever you desire from a hotel room, you’ll find it here. Ranging from sea view and sea front rooms, luxury suites, suites with pools and bungalows – all 164 of the rooms here offer mesmerising views of the stunning surroundings. The luxury suites and those with pools have to be our favorites though. Utterly private, with direct access to the beach in front and the enchanting Mount Athos behind, it’s a slice of Grecian paradise.

Why We Like It

A definite crowd pleaser, this hotel really has everything. Beyond the exceptional facilities, the peninsula itself is a fascinating cultural experience. Mount Athos is home to the oldest surviving monastic community in the world governed by its own administration, a Holy Community comprising of a council of monks representing 20 monasteries. According to legend, Virgin Mary was astonished by the wild natural beauty of the land on her way to visit Lazarus with John the Evangelist and asked God to give her the mountain as a present. White sand beaches, emerald waters, endless activities and bags of local history. What more could you want?