Six Senses has announced plans to launch its inaugural resort in Greece on the little-known island of Megalonisos. Developed in partnership with real estate group Grivalia Hospitality, Six Senses Megalonisos will comprise 75 guest villas and 20 branded residences just a quick boat ride from port town Rafina.
The forthcoming property will boast three restaurants, including an all-day dining concept, a beach bar and grill, and a sunset bar. A pastry café and a boutique will also be featured onsite.
The 1,700 square-meter Six Senses Spa will offer multiple treatment rooms, like four double sensory suites, a Watsu for hydro therapies, and a Hammam for herbal steams and body scrubs.
To support Greece’s efforts towards sustainable, responsible tourism practices, Six Senses Megalonisos will be powered by its own solar electric farm.
“Six Senses Megalonisos offers a unique opportunity to step foot on a Greek island that even the Gods left undiscovered,” says Six Senses CEO Neil Jacobs. “We look forward to welcoming our guests with emotional hospitality that encompasses pioneering wellness, sustainability, and meaningful experiences.”
The eco-friendly resort is expected to open at the end of 2027.