Top 5 Vineyard Hotels in Greece

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Imagine waking up surrounded by lush vineyards as far as the eye can see. Truly a wine lovers paradise, Greece, boasts a thriving wine culture that wine enthusiasts have to experience firsthand and what better way than to stay on once of Greece’s many beautiful vineyards? For wine lovers who are seeking a unique and immersive experience, Greece offers a range of boutique hotels nestled in the heart of vineyards that allow you to delve into the rich history and craftsmanship behind the wines of Greece. The vineyard hotels in Greece offer more than just a place to rest your head; they provide an immersive experience that combines luxury, gastronomy, and the opportunity to witness the winemaking process firsthand. Whether you choose to explore the rolling hills of Halkidiki, the sun-drenched slopes of Santorini, or the lush landscapes of Thessaloniki, each vineyard hotel offers a unique blend of tranquility and wine-centric activities. In this blog post, we will explore the best vineyard hotels in Greece, where you can uncover the secrets of the country’s best wineries and savor the finest wines Greece has to offer.

Top 5 Vineyard Hotels in Greece

Eumelia Farm

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Eumelia Farm takes great pride in its commitment to sustainability. The hotel operates as a working organic farm, where guests can participate in hands-on activities such as olive harvesting, grape harvesting, and organic gardening. Learn about traditional farming practices and gain a deeper appreciation for the connection between nature and food. For the ultra natural wine nerd experience, Eumelia Farm offers an eight day “All about Natural Wine Experience” tour that explores local Peloponnesian and Laconian grape varieties of Agiorgitiko, Avgoustiatis, Athyri, Kydonitsa and Moschofilero.

Domaine Porto Carras, Sithonia, Halkidiki

Vineyard Hotels in Greece - Domaine Porto Carras, Sithonia, Halkidiki
Photo Courtesy of Domaine Porto Carras

This beach resort is set amidst sprawling vineyards and overlooking the azure waters of the Aegean Sea, Domaine Porto Carras offers a picturesque escape. The hotel blends seamlessly with its natural surroundings, providing a serene and idyllic atmosphere for guests to unwind and indulge in the pleasures of Greek wine culture. The hotel offers a variety of dining options from casual to upscale with each restuarant using locally sourced ingredients and boasting an award-winning wine-tasting experience. We can’t forget to call out their 18-hole golf course bordered by the Aegean sea, with the pine forests of Mount Itamos and the Domaine vineyards as a spectacular backdrop. Once you’re done adventuring for the day, retreat to the spa for a little R&R after a day in the Mediterranean sun.

Katogi Averoff Winery & Hotel

Photo Courtesy of Katogi Averoff

If you’re looking to explore a less-traveled region of Greece for wine, look no further than Katogi Averoff. A hidden gem nestled in the mountain village of Metsovo in the Epirus region of Northern Greece. With only 15 rooms guests will enjoy the beautiful landscape of surrounding mountains and vineyards from the windows of their rooms. Each room is thoughtfully designed with a blend of traditional and contemporary elements, offering a cozy and inviting atmosphere. This hotel is perfect for travelers who desire a tranquil mountain getaway immerested in the vineyards.

Kostantakis Residence & Winery

The accommodations at Kostantakis Hotel are cozy and inviting, providing a peaceful retreat after a day of exploring the city. From romantic seaview suites, a trendy village pool house, to spacious two-bedroom bungalows each room is tastefully decorated and equipped with modern amenities. When you’re ready to indulge in some Greek wines, look no further than the natural whitewashed wine caves of Kostantakis. The winery serves a wide array of local varietals from the popular Assyrtiko and Roditis, to the lesser known varietals like Aidani and Monemvasia.

Dexamenes Seaside Hotel

Technically not located on a vineyard, this hotel was a postwar winery converted into a luxury resort located on unspoiled stretches of the coastline. The hotel has transformed old Wine Tanks into stunning modern suites with simple design and calm industrial chic vibes that make sure all the focus is on the views of the sea. Beyond the exquisite vibes, a seasonally driven and locally sourced dining menu ensures that guests get the 5-star experience from food to a vast local wine selection.

So, whether you’re a wine connoisseur or simply appreciate the finer things in life, a vineyard hotel in Greece is the perfect gateway to discover the Greece’s best wineries and wines. Prepare to be enchanted by the beauty of the vineyards, indulge in wine tastings that transport you through the rich tapestry of Greek flavors, and create unforgettable memories in the heart of Greece’s wine wonderland.

List of Wineries to visit in Greece:

Boutari Winery & Residences, Santorini

Ktima Gerovassiliou, Thessaloniki

Estate Argyros, Santorini

Cavino Winery & Guesthouse, Aigio

Costa Lazaridi Winery & Hotel, Drama

Kir-Yianni Estate, Amyndeon

Domaine Harlaftis, Corinth

Gavalas Winery & Villa, Santorini

Tsantali Vineyards & Winery, Halkidiki

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