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Mediterranean Village in Pieria: Beach Luxury

The Mediterranean Village in Pieria combined two of my favorite stay experiences while on holiday: a nearby beach and elegant comfort.

A Pieria Beach Resort Luxury Hotel

Greece has the most stunning coastline in Europe. I love hotels that manage to offer something to its guests to make that Greek stay-by-the-sea experience even more unique.  My weekend at the Mediterranean Village in Pieria, a five-star luxury hotel set right on the beach, met that expectation many ways.

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Aerial view of the beach coast of the Mediterranean Village in Pieria


The Space at Mediterranean Village in Pieria

The design was modern, warm colors, with everything having a feeling of being new, right out of the package.  What set the space apart was my balcony view.  When I drew the blackout curtains back each morning, the sun poured in over Katerini’s sandy shore as the endless sea gently rocked in the distance. If I wasn’t working, I could sit out on the balcony for some time just reading a book or breathing in the fresh air.

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View of the beach from my room


Mediterranean Village Location

The hotel was located right on Greece’s gorgeous Olympus Riviera. Out on the grounds, the view was a balance of the Mt. Olympus’ snow covered peaks and Katerini’s sandy yellow beach.  In Pieria, you can have snow and sand together!

Pieria remains to be a relatively unknown Greek destination compared to other parts of Greece. Located about four hours via car from Athens and one hour from Thessaloniki, the region is considered an up-and-coming place in the northern part of the country. It was dotted with fantastic archaeological sites, museums, local wineries and top-quality restaurants.

Take a look at my earlier blog post titled Weekend in Pieria to discover the best things to do in the area.

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A boat on the beach before the summer season


The Mediterranean Village in Pieria turned out to be an excellent home base. Coming back to a beach resort luxury gave a different face to the entire weekend. A great place to relax.

Beach Luxury Hotel Highlights

The buffet breakfast was well staffed and featured many buffet choices.  The dining area looked out onto a beautiful patio and beyond it, the hotel beach.

The beach was empty due to the season, but it was clearly a wide expanse that could easily accommodate many guests.

The hotel’s Venus Spa featured a sauna, pool, steam room and a gym.  A full list of message and facial treatments were available.

One night we ate at the on-site Erato Restaurant. The Mediterranean dishes were excellent, paired with local wines.  The Mediterranean Village in Pieria had several restaurants to choose from on the premises. There was also a bar and a nightclub.

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A seafood course during dinner at the on-site restaurant


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A great view to end one day in Pieria.


This hotel is well suited for the traveler seeking a luxury yet unpretentious stay experience on the Olympus Riviera.


It wouldn’t be the choice for those seeking traditional accommodation or boutique luxury. Keep in mind this is a large five-star hotel built with a modern touch. It can accommodate many people.


The Mediterranean Village in Pieria is a perfect family hotel.  Families would easily find the services accommodating, and appreciate the convenience of staying at a beach front property.  The hotel is within enough driving distance for various excursions.

The hotel is also a suitable hotel for couples seeking a similar experience but with a great option of the on-site spa.

Mediterranean Village


From €80 per night
115 rooms, 49 superior rooms (for three or four persons) with separate swimming pools, 5 Suites, 2 VIP suites with private swimming pools.
60100 Paralia Pieria Greece
Akti Kallithea

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Have you ever stayed at a great hotel in Pieria? Would love to hear about it.

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  1. Nice hotel. And from 80euro++ maybe not bad for a 5star Hotel. If they have spa and a gym they should also have activities. 🙂 It makes the stay more fun.

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