I got back on Tuesday 28th and I am missing it already. We stayed at Rebeccas Vialge which was a bit of a walk to the beach and in to town. We had to get a taxi back on a night that cost 5 euros. I loved the beach, it was great for my 6yr old daughter, and Canal D'Amour was beautiful. The food was great and cheap. We went to Sea Breeze on the beech front and we could get the set menu, a three course meal for 6 euros ( and you got plenty). Three little pigs was a surprise. I loved my Beef Guvet and the dancing from the waiters was fabulous, much better that Olympic!! I was annoyed that a bottle of Amstel could range from 1.5 to 3 euros though, and the spirits werent that cheap - 3 euros. Although, in Mojos I could get a cocktail and a kids cocktail for 3.50. Mikey Inn was a good laugh and the food is beautiful if you get tired of the greek food. I also recommend the coach excursions. It did get cold on a night though and it does suit couples and familys more for the month we went. On a whole I thoroghly enjoyed and def would go back.
We went in September from 13.09 - 28.09. The weather was great but it did get a bit chilly in the evening, especially just after the HUGE storm on the Sunday 26th. Apart from that clear skies, and some days were too hot for me and we had to go in to a beach bar, Poor me. Sep suited me cos I took my 6 yr old daughter and it was mainly families and couples, no groups of drunken lads and lasses!!
Rebeccas Village is beautiful, but is is quite far from town and beach. It took me 15 - 20 mins to walk to beach and same to nearest supermarket. We walked in to town most nights and it was dark and there is no paths, def take a torch!A taxi back was 5 euros. The staff are friendly, especcially Yannis, and all the housekeeping staff. You could get a pint at side of pool for 2.50 and a snack for about 3 - 5 euros. If you ate breakfast in Restaurant it was 4.80 for full english and it was beautiful. Never ate there on a night tho but heard it was OK. The cooking facilities in the room was a bit poor, it was a camping stove with two rings!!!We stayed for 2 weeks for £209.00 so I can't grumble but the distance could put oldies off. On the whole we thought it was fabulous.
The service was excellent, the food was beautiful. You get loads!! Try the spare ribs. Mikey was friendly and a good host. We used to watch the rugby there and watch the world go by.
Went on my last night and wish I found it earlier. The food wad lovely, the waiters were gorgeous and the dancing was magnificent, especially when the set fire to the wall. Wish I had found it earlier.
We ate here a few nights and got the set meals for 6 euros. I especially liked the kokkinisto and the sofrito. The desserts werent up to much. All the staff were friendly especially the wine waiter. But one thing annoyed me, we asked for a bottle of house white and on each occasion it was 7.40 then he charged us 13 euros, so we never went back. The view is lovely tho and there is somewhere for kids to play. My mum thought we could have had better lighting cos she likes to see what she is eating!!
Scenery lovely, but beach hurts your feet and the sea gets deep quick, so not good for kids. Cant beat the view tho.