The campsite is located near the mouth of the Bay of Laganas, on its southernmost point. Over the course of the last ten years, an extra more than 700 trees have been planted on the well-kept plot, which is surrounded by countless olive trees, some of which are old and twisted. Even in the height of summer, there would be plenty of shaded allotments to choose from. Even when we are busy, the numerous little and large terraces, as well as the enormous number of trees and plants, ensure that you always have enough space between you and your camping neighbor.
The land stretches from the bar, which has a beautiful setting, down to a tiny pebble beach, where we remove the remnants of the winter storms each spring. If you are looking for peace and quiet, for listening to the cicadas sing your lullaby at night, for great Greek cuisine, or for simply relaxing your body and mind between virgin olive trees, you have arrived at your destination. In recent years, Anna’s and Veit’s hospitality has become legendary; many of their guests have returned time and time again, even if it is “just” to give their Greek vacation a restful last week’s treat.
Swimming is encouraged on the white pebble beach, which is 60 meters below the tavern. Two jetties and a floating platform, all of which are equipped with a ladder into the water, ensure that swimming delights will be uninterrupted. There are some buoys in the water that can be used to tie up small boats. The tiny island of Marathonissi is around 2.5 kilometers from the beach, and it is visible from both the beach and the tavern’s balcony, making it a popular destination. It is around 10 minutes away from the beach and may be reached by motor boat. Because of the unique circumstances in 2020, they will only be able to work in the evenings. The food at the tavern is excellent and reasonably priced.
There is no such thing as a mini-market! During the early summer, the turtles may be seen swimming in the crystal-clear water from the terrace, which makes for a spectacular sight. You can borrow binoculars from Anna and Veit, who are on hand to assist you. Early risers will find that watching the sun rise over the water and then taking a refreshing swim are the ideal ways to start the day.