Very comfortable.Everything you need,including your own swimming pool. Nice and quiet although close to the resort centre.
Don't worry,it's O.k. Believe me.
Where is the barrage club?
I've been to Argassi for the last 4 years and am going again on Sunday. What has happened to the Pyramid club? Why has the name been changed? I've enjoyed many a night in the Pyramid. Is the factory just as good?
The Factory is crap. Used to be good when it was the pyramid,but now it's nowhere near as good. d.j's are not very good,same old music every night. No wonder i kept falling asleep!!! Come back nobby,all is forgiven!
All age groups will be found here. Obviously there are many greek restaurants nearby. You could do a different one every night on a two week holiday.
I guarantee you will love this island. I only came back on Sunday and i'm missing it already. You're lucky that you have got your holiday to look forward to. If you need to know any more i will be glad to help.
I'm 43 and due to a failed relationship last year,i actually travelled alone this year. You will probably find the pool busy at the time you're going.Not the place to spend the day as the pool area is quite small. Still handy for a quick dip in the morning or evening.Many more pools in the resort which are open to all,notably the Katerina palace,5 mins walk away. The beach is a 10-15 min walk down the hill.It's very narrow but if you are prepared to go a little further,you should find a good spot. There is a free bus to the sandy st nicholas beach which leaves from the wreck bar at around 9.00 am. There are watersports at both Argassi and St nicholas beaches. The restaurants i recommend are the Stars and Picadilly on the main street and the Enigma which is near the church.There are too many to mention. You will not find many bad ones. The Green frog ia more of an English menu.