About the campsite

The campsite is an oblong shaped land piece of 6 acres all along the seaside, a feature that few campsites possess, since almost all of its campers are situated just 3-10 meters away from seawater. It features large separate camping spots able to accommodate both tents and caravans, so that everyone have their own space. So, each spot is naturally shaded by the bonded branches of pine, olive and many, many mulberry trees, which ensure cool, shady spots even in the hot days of August. (see briefly all amenities)


Tavern - Cafe - Mini Market

Open from 15 June to 30 September.

In our Tavern you can enjoy a variety of homemade traditional Greek foods and sweets.

The Mini Market provides the absolutely necessary items such as snacks, hygiene and cleaning products, etc.

Children Activities

It is very important for a city child to offer it a neighborhood, a pleasant company and beautiful, creative activities to fill each day. To provide it with a natural environment and let it feed the baby hedgehog or the kitten and smell the oregano plant… (read more)

Tent Rental

We have 2 types of tents for rent.

Type A: 2 rooms family tents, equipped with 2 double inflatable mattresses and…

Type B: big igloo, equipped with 2 double inflatable mattresses… (read more)

Motor home rental

There is a motor home with 2 double beds, pillows, a mini fridge, a fan, and table/chairs outside… (read more)


Would you like to have the benefits you can get from Yoga sessions into a natural environment? You are welcome to take your journey into the realms of Hatha Yoga… (see more)


There is Beach Volley court, Beach Soccer, Basketball court and courts for Petank (see more)


Medical Support

We are able to provide first aid support in our facilitites.

Summer Camp

A part of Camping Rovies will operate as Summer Camp for children (15 June – 15 July of 2024)


Greek traditional way of living

Do you want to learn all about the Greek traditional life?
Are you curious to know all about olive oil and Greek wine?
Did you ever wonder how Greek farmers create their own honey, charcoal, how they fish and how they make the goat cheese? (see more)