Don’t loose your friends to the Greek Beach Bars
When you are travelling in Greece, there are some interesting and quirky beach bars to enjoy. Just make sure you don’t get lost as it is a big place. You could always travel with a large groupf of friends and get a Fleet Vehicle Tracking system installed from sites like https://www.vehicle-accessories.net/vehicle-tracking/fleet-tracking/ so you can all keep an eye on where everyone is. Here are ten to consider.
There are many amazing and picturesque Greek islands you can visit, as this article describes: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/greece/galleries/best-greek-islands/.
Kavos Lounge Bar, Skyros
Accessed by the locally owned and cheap Achilleas ferry the beautiful island of Skyros is home to this bar. With terraces cut right into the rocky coast, customers can directly access the sea.
Tinos Surf Lessons, Tinos
This bar is set in the surf school and has a friendly and fun appeal. Made from a converted VW campervan, it also serves simple food like crepes and toasties.
Isalos Bar, Sifnos
At the far end of the lovely Kamares beach, this funky bar is a great place to relax and enjoy cool music, tasty drinks and food.
Kalofego Bar, Ano Koufonisi
Set just away from the coast near the tiny but gorgeous Pori beach, this bar has a bit of a hippy feel. There is great Mediterranean fare on offer and fun music – sometimes the owner and friends even play live.
Asteria Bar, Syros
Right on the rocks against the water on Asteria beach, this bar is a perfect place to drop into whilst swimming. You could also enjoy their simple but tasty menu.
Hydronetta bar, Hydra
The island of Hydra doesn’t boast any proper beaches, but this bar on stone balconies right over the sea is in a great spot for swimming. Great for iced coffees or cocktails.
George’s Place, Patmos
Established on Kampos beach in 1980, George and his bar have aged well and changed little. A lovely spot to relax and enjoy tasty food and drink.
Ben’s Bar, Paxos
Just by the pretty but pebbly beach of Monodendri, this simple shack is filled with upbeat music and is family-friendly with plenty to do, including peddle painting for the kids.
Limanakia Vouliagmenis Bar, Athens
Having no electricity other than their generator and no running water, this unusual bar has no official opening times but is mostly available 24/7.
Cantinais bar, Trizina
This mellow hangout on the hillside overlooking the coast serves mostly Greek fare throughout the day.