Greece: Sani Resort in Halkidiki won the “World’s Leading Luxury Green Resort”

The Sani Resort in Kassandra, Halkidiki, won the “World‘s Leading Luxury Green Resort” at the 2020 World Travel Awards, a rental tourism organization that aims to reward and recognize the world Outstanding achievements in various fields of travel and tourism. 

 


The award recognizes Sani Resort as the world’s leading resort, which provides high-quality vacations that strictly adhere to sustainability standards (that is, to protect and highlight the environment, local communities and people). 

 

The global re-recognition is a year of profound health and climate crises, the impact of which affects mankind more than ever. 

 


At the same time, due to the climate crisis, the impacts associated with the rapid decline of biodiversity, plastic pollution and severe climate change have shown that protecting the earth as a necessary condition for the future of all of us has a catalytic effect. .

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