Recently returned back from Zante's resort Tsilivi our first time there an amazing two weeks lots of bars and restuarants so many to choose from we both enjoyed Koukas had a lovely evening Greek Night great food and lots of joining in with the dancing would recommend it.
MY WIFE DIANA & I HAVE BEEN TRAVELLING TO LAGANAS
went on this trip last week went to st nicolas port to la grotto restaurant first they took us on boat to blue caves which was lovely,then back to restaurant for food and wine was lovely entertainment was really good had a right old laugh well worth the money
the "greedy greek" not really much to shout about the coach drive was mental fast speeds nearly knoked two lads off a bike and he wouldnt put the air conditioning on so we was sweaty when we arrived for the meal the food was ok but the whole thing was a little bit less of what we all expected!!!! soryy guys just being honest!
the greek night at windmill studios near the green frog in Argassi would take some beating
Anyone going to Argassi, if you want to go on any trips the only person you should book with is Peter from Mamfredas tours we have booked all our trips with him in the 6 years we have been going to the island. He is honest and trustworthy you will find him on the main road near the Katerina palace hotel, cant wait to see you next year Peter thanks for the wine YAMAS love from Alan Heather and family xxx
booked this from kalamaki (we were staying in argassi). we booked it at about 6.30 and asked if we could go that night at about 8.30,ken the guy taking the booking told us that was too late so we booked and paid for it for the next night. we got picked up from argassi at 7 (ken told us this was the time we needed to get there). arrived at sarakina bout 7.30, it was empty! we was told we could have all the wine we could drink (which through it for us to go in the 1st place). had one small jug of wine and had to pay for the rest on top. starter came rather quickly which was excellent, never had a starter quite like this before, enough for six and there was only two of us. main course was a decent size and very tasty,desert was just as nice.the place started filling up about 9 which by this time we had eaten and been sitting doing nothing for two hours, we was both ready to go home then really.wish we had been told to arrive later has it would of been a great night.beautiful restaurant and views. ken had arranged for us to be picked up at 11,never been so happy to see someone before,both had numb bums from sitting on a chair for so long . well worth going but you dont need to get there till nine.we asked ken what time it was on till and he told us it was 24hours hmmm. think he contradicted himself there dont you!
Im just wondering, how do you go about booking the greek night trip to Kambi? Im staying in Kalamaki in May and if its through one of the tour shops which one would you recommend booking it with please? Thanks :0)
The picture below (waiting for approval at present) was taken on the
Greek night in Kambi. I just wrote a lengthy review of it (it was
very good) but somehow it has been lost in cyber space and I don't have
time to write another one right now so I might another time.
What more can i say a must to be visted what a great night good food and lots to drink
We did the Greek night that comes with the Alykes tourist train with that man SPIROS and it was great highly recomended
Went on Kampi greek night, very long drive there around some twisty roads. Disapointing evening dancers were ok and the food was poor in comparison to greek nights on other islands Kampi was a disapointment. There are better Greek evenings to be found in some of the restuarnts with in the resorts (Go to Korkus in Tsillvi instead!)
Hi we booked this night through our rep. It was about £40 each and was held at St Nicholas' beach which was a gorgeous beach. They take you down on a coach, give you a free t shirt, give you loads of free strong wine, eat as much as you want from the bbq, and then put on a few hours entertainment. Wasnt worth the money but was a good laugh!!!
greek night at Paradise Apartments was the best on the island. sandra made this night what it was. she makes a fine mousaki and taziki dip
Me and my partner just returned from zante last week, the greek night was highly recommended to us from family and friends which we thought it looked really nice on holiday snaps of the sunset, the cross on the cliff and everything. When we went to book to go there independently we were told twice that the taverna there was no longer open but there was a similar place which was just as nice. When we arrived we realised we were not far away from the Cameo island club near Laganas we were seated on a seperate veranda overlooking the beach and was across the road from the taverna it was nice with loads of free wine etc. but the view is not as nice as the other one looked. Also the dancing was in the street and you kept having to stop to let cars and coaches drive past. But it was good fun, worth the money I suppose.
We didn't book a Greek Night trip, however, we did go to Koukas restaurant in Tsilivi on a Wednesday night. Here they have music and Greek dancers, it was a fantastic night and a definite highlight of our holiday. The three male dancers were very energetic and good at getting everyone involved, a brilliant night!
We went to Granada restaurant for there Greek night,but the heavens opened and it wanged it down like a bad night in April in skeggy.Not there fault but really annoying as the Target bar as one the same night indoors.
On my honeymoon Tuesday 1st June. WOuld like to find out anything about excursions. I'll be based in Laganas. Been told about not booking with tour reps, so any other information about the cheapest/best would be great.
The true address of the Greek Night at Kampi is Taverna, Porto Schiza, Kampi, Zakynthos. Sorry for getting it wrong in my previous comment. The wonderful man who owns this taverna and the surrounding estate is smiling handsome Giannis Haikalis. All the family work hard to make this a very special evening to remember.
You cannot be guaranteed a perfect sunset at every night of the year. But you will have a wonderful evening. I promise you. Suitable for all age groups from babes in arms as my last visit proved! I hope to return again next year.
Greek Night at Kampi with stunning sunset views wonderful meal and freeflowing wine was even better for me the second time around this year. Perhaps because the lead male dancer chose me as his partner every time!! Wow I neve knew traditional Greek dancing could be so sexy and exhausting. I met many lovely people from all over the country on our table and also on the coach. Sorry for squashing you my lovely Irish gentleman when I sat on you knee on the journey back. We were drunk, merry and didn't want to leave. Thank you so much to all the family at Port Rosso for your excellent entertainment. See you all for certain next year. Look out for me Yannis and Nikos!!
We went on this trip on probably the worst day we could have picked. Kampi where the night was held was supposed to have the best sunset on the island, however on this particular day there was no sun to set!!
We first went wine tasting where you can try as much as you like and you get the chance to buy the wine at an excellent rate. It was actually nicer than you would imagine!
The Greek night itself was pretty good, well an excellent laugh anyway. There was a 5 course greek meal which was not too bad, the usual chicken, greek potatoes, greek salad, fresh fruit etc. Ther was also free white wine all night and there was never any hassle getting the wine refilled.
The Greek dancing was pretty good, you could join in if you wished but no one was made to take part. The best dance was the fire dance at the end!
A good night but would have been better if the sun was out so we could see the sunset which according to other people was beautiful.
Sunset and Greek night at Kampi. Wonderful! Fantastic views. Brilliant live music. Excellent dancers in colourful costumes. Fire dancing, plate smashing. Lovely grub. I had the vegetarian choice of stuffed Peppers and it was the tastiest ever! Free flowing wine all evening so we were all very, very merry. Our hosts were lovely friendly Zakinthion people. Well done to Takis and Petros for getting everyone involved in the dancing. A truly memorable evening and good value too at only 25 euros. I went in June this year (2003)