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Organized campsites in Greece – inexpensive vacation under the stars

06 July 2013 / 17:07:55  GRReporter
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This is a way of life for some and an inexpensive alternative for their summer vacation for others. Whichever category you belong to, Greek campsites will make you forget your problems and enjoy the Greek summer without spending a fortune.

Even those who, a few years ago, did not want to prefer the charm of sleeping under the stars and awaking to the sounds of the sea and the birds to the conveniences of a luxury hotel are now reconsidering that choice. In addition to the economic situation, there is another reason for this change, namely the ever-expanding services offered by Greek campsites. There are 314 organized campsites in Greece, working under the auspices of the Greek Tourism Organization. They offer space for tents or caravans and a wide range of services as well as discounts for stays longer than a specific number of days in specific periods.

The online edition click@Life presents 10 of the most popular organized campsites in Greece

Serifos Island (Livadakia) Coralli campsite

Friends of camping will find here one of the best organized campsites in Greece. Coralli campsite is located above the sea and the golden sands of Livadakia. It combines the pristine nature of the island, its dense shady vegetation with all the necessary services of a modern campsite.

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Elafonisos (Simos) – Simos campsite

Simos campsite is situated 4 km away from the port of Elafonisos, on one of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean region. There is plenty of room for tents, caravans and campers. All places have artificial or natural shade, trees and plants separate them, and there is electricity and water. Those who do not have a tent can rent one from the campsite and find the necessary equipment in the mini market. There are also bungalows suitable for four persons, free wireless internet and other services.

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Finikounda, Messinia – Finikes campsite

Finikes campsite is located in the southwest of the Peloponnese, only 2 km away from the picturesque village of Finikounda in the region of Messinia. The campsite is an ideal destination for those who want to spend their vacation close to the beautiful sea and nature. The area around Finikounda offers many beautiful places such as Methoni, Koroni, Pylos which you can visit. The restaurant at the campsite, which operates under the personal care of the owners, serves homemade food.

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Sithonia, Halkidiki – Armenistis campsite

The campsite is located on the golden sands of Sithonia, on the second and most beautiful peninsula of Halkidiki. It has an area of ​​about 120 acres which are covered with pines and sycamores, and it is only an hour and a half away from Thessaloniki. You can choose between a tent, rented furnished caravan equipped with air conditioning or camper to feel more comfortable. For those travelling with a rucksack, the campsite offers beds in tents - Youth Hostel.

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Milopota Beach (Ios Island) – Farout campsite

Part of the Far Out Beach Club, the campsite is situated right on Milopota beach and is affordable to everyone. You can choose between bungalows in the form of a windmill, ready pitched tents or a bamboo shade to sleep under the stars. You can also pitch your tent under the enormous eucalyptus.

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Agia Anna, Evia Island - Agia Anna Campingclub
In the woods, but a breath away from the beach, you will find exotic luxury tents and pools, great beaches and beach volleyball and basketball playgrounds, shady places for tents and caravans, comfortable family cottages with private yards and the most popular pool bar in the region to party until the morning. Only 2.5 hours away from Athens, offering very comfortable and different accommodation options as well as an endless choice of entertainment, Agia Anna Campingclub is more than just a campsite.

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