With the hotel practically on the beach, sea views are pretty much a given, especially from the pool area. As for the dining scene, there’s a restaurant with al fresco seating. The food is highly rated, and the choice and portions are big. Entertainment-wise, the weekly Greek night really brings everyone together.
FOOD & DRINK
The restaurant has al fresco seating on the terrace. It’s the venue for breakfasts with yoghurt, ham and cheeses. And come lunchtime the place rustles up some fantastic meals.
For many guests, the restaurant wins out over the tavernas in town – which isn’t surprising given the generous portions of home-cooked food.
The Taverna is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. At breakfast this place serves up a big spread, including cold meats and cheese, honey, two types of jam, omelettes, bread and fresh fruit, plus eggs, bacon and sausages.
- Pool bar*
The pool bar offers drinks and snacks.
Once a week the owners put on a Greek night, where you can sit back and watch traditional dancers perform inside a ring of fire. Of course, the bar is always open for drinks.
- Weekly themed nights
There’s a good-sized, oval pool and it comes with a little raised circular pool for children. Sunloungers are set out to take in the sea view, and the surrounding gardens offer areas to relax in as well.
- Outdoor pool
Over-looking the sea and with ample sunbeds and parasols, the outdoor pool is the perfect place to spend lazy days.
- Kids' pool
- Reception area
Opening Times: [06.00-01.00]
- Internet area*
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