The Porto Carras Grand Resort in Halkidiki, northern Greece, was once again honored for its long history and sustainable growth, during the prestigious excellence event “Diamonds of the Greek Economy 2017”, organized by New Times Publishing.
Porto Carras’ award was received by the resort’s second vice president, Marianna Steggou, and the group’s chief financial officer, Konstantina Alexopoulou, during a ceremony recently held at the Grande Bretagne Hotel in Athens.
The “Diamonds of the Greek Economy” is an annual event that honors Greek companies for their healthy growth and business executives for their excellence in entrepreneurhsip.
Part of the Technical Olympic Group of Companies, the resort features two 5-star hotels, an impressive villa, a luxurious casino and two thalassotherapy and spa centers. Porto Carras also includes an 18-hole golf course, one of the largest conference halls in northern Greece, a horse riding academy, a tennis club with nine courts, a diving center, a nautical club, an organic vineyard three helipads and a private marina.
“Porto Carras is constantly supporting the upgrading of the area of Sithonia and of Greece in general”, the resort said in an announcement.