Amani Spa review: An African Retreat in Alonissos

Paradise awaits!

Tucked between turquoise waters and fragrant pine forests on the Greek island of Alonissos, The Infinity 180 Resort with the Amani Spa, is the ultimate destination for switching off. A world of exquisite natural beauty meets the rich taste of the modern explorer. I had the privilege to visit this place and travel back to Africa. The setting is magnificent. In the wild nature, the owners have managed to transcend their vast experience growing up in the African continent.  Massage is one of most ancient healing forms. It is found throughout human history, in all civilizations and traditions. To imagine a world without massage is like imagining a world without physical touch. Therefore, I chose the full body relaxation massage with essential oils that travel you far away, in the vast nature of that magical place. During the process I really felt the in-numerous benefits the massage was giving me. My mind was calm and my body was even calmer since the pressure was exactly what I needed in each specific part of me.

The Amani Spa is a place you must visit when in Alonissos! There you will discover an oasis that creates the time and space for you to rediscover the meaning of relaxation and experience the unparalleled panoramic views of the surrounding crystal clear waters of the marine park from the heavenly infinity pool. This tranquil hideaway promises serenity, personal service and an intimate atmosphere. Spend lazy days relaxing in a hammock, take a barefoot walk along one of the many beaches or pamper yourself in the unique outdoor Safari Spa.

At the Amani Spa, they offer all that a holiday should be: a warm welcome, rich privacy, authentic experiences, and endless adventure!

http://www.theamanispa.com

About Christina P. Mallaki 4 Articles
Christina P. Mallaki is a Parsons School of Design graduate in New York, with a vast experience in Fashion, Boutique Hotels & Lifestyle journalism for ELLE Accessories NY, VOGUE Hellas, etc. Currently she designs Costume Jewellery for her own line, Countess Wilhelmina, that she sells to exclusive stores around the globe.

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