Camping Kato Alissos is situated in the North Western region of the largest Greek peninsula: Peloponnese. You camp here directly by the sea. The campsite is truly idyllic: from your sojourn under the lemon, orange and olive trees to dining under a thousand-year-old imposing olive tree with mood lighting in the branches. During the day you have a view of the sea.
Camping in a shaded orchard
On Kato Alissos you camp in a shady orchard. The pitches vary in size and are grouped around a few ablution buildings. The surface of the terrain is partly compacted, so it is best to bring different types of tent pegs. Don't have camping equipment? You can also rent rooms.
Directly by the sea
The campsite is directly located at the seaside. You can reach the 8m lower-lying, elongated sandy and pebble beach via a stone flight of stairs. Here and there you will find thatched sun umbrellas. Windsurfing and snorkelling are allowed here.
An evening of Greek culture
There is a modest playground with a see-saw and swings for children. There is also a bad weather provision. In peak season there are regular folklore evenings with folk music and dance. A lovely way to get in touch with typical Greek culture. Cooking classes and wine tastings are also organised.
Thousand-year-old olive tree
During the summer months (from June) you can enjoy your meals outside under a truly beautiful centuries-old tree. During the day you have a splendid view of the sea. At the same time you can enjoy the delectable, traditional Greek dishes. Preferring to do your own cooking? Go to the small campsite shop. In the nearby Kato Achaia (three km) you can also find everything you need.