Living conditions and regulations

Living conditions and camp regulations


  • The camp is divided into different and autonomous sections.
  • Each section holds built bungalows with bunk beds.
  • Each Bungalow includes a bathroom and can host 8 – 10 children plus 1 team leader.
  • Our staff (teachers, trainers etc.) sleeps in rooms of 6 people maximum, with a shared bathroom, which they are responsible for cleaning.
  • Large number of shared bathrooms, both interior and exterior, for your personal hygiene.
  • Laundry services on site with washing machines and tumble dryers provided (self-service with prepaid tokens)


  • There are 4 meals per day (breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack, dinner).
  • The menu is prix fixe.
  • Team/ Group leaders serve the food to the campers.
  • Dishes, cutlery and food remains should be brought to the counter by the campers.
  • Trainers/coaches/teachers are responsible to leave the campers’ tables clean.
  • Also, they should clean their own table after eating.
  • Meal times should be strictly followed. If your group is late, the kitchen might not be able to serve you properly.

Safety – Medical centre

  • Experienced team leaders are always on duty to care for the children.
  • Qualified life guards and trainers accompany the kids to the pool, the sea and coach them during all their sports activities. No underaged person is allowed to use the pool or go to the beach without adult supervision.
  • The camp has its own security guards and a security team ensures the campers are safe 24 hours a day.
  • The camp has a fully equipped medical centre which operates 24 hours.
  • The staff consists of two doctors, three nurses and stand by drivers in case of an emergency.
  • The medical centre is supported by two health centres: Kassandra (11 km away from the camp) and Moudania (15 km away from the camp). For more serious occurrences we address to the hospital in Thessaloniki.
  • The camp provides medical care for all children.
  • In case one of the campers has a medical problem, we take him to the medical centre and inform his/her teacher/trainer.
  • If the doctor decides the camper has to spend the night there, we transfer him/her directly to the camp’s medical centre (Surely, this happens in case of high fever and vomiting).



  • The camp provides Wi-Fi access through wireless routers at a small cost. Routers can be rented at the Front Desk.
  • The camp has a kiosk (water, refreshments, snacks)
  • The closest village to the camp is Neα Fokaia which is located 1,5 Km away from the camp (15 minutes on foot). There you can find a super market and many shops.



  • Campers are not allowed to leave the camp without their parents (or their group leader in case of an excursion).
  • Everyone should respect the midday rest and sleeping hours.
  • Everyone should respect each other at the camp.
  • Alcohol and food delivery is not allowed at the camp.
  • Smoking is permitted in designated areas and not in front of children.
  • Valuable items should be stored at the camp’s safe.
  • Our camp is not taking any responsibility for possible loss of items.