Κoutouloufari Village Holiday Club

4 Alex Minoti Street P.O Box 2374, Koutouloufari, Hersonissos, Crete 700 14 Greece
3 star hotel

Overview

Ratings summary

Brilliant
181
Good
82
Average
8
Poor
4
Awful
0

Rating by feature

  • 5 room
  • 5 pool
  • 5 beach
  • 5 service
  • 5 dining
  • 5 amenities
  • 5 food
 

12 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog

Great Holiday

5
Brilliant
by

"We had an exceptional time. The staff were extremely pleasant and helpful, even when we got lost trying to find the resort after driving from Heraklion. Would most definitely recommend this resort for those looking for a quiet relaxing holiday. Everything is within walking distance ( although Crete in general is not great if you have difficulty with walking, since it is not a very flat area).Will definitely consider vacationing there again!!!"

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Tue 11th of May 2010

Great place, great holiday

5
Brilliant
by

"Have just returned from two weeks at the Village Holiday Club at Koutoulafari. Flew Easyjet and got hire car from Heraklion Airport. The Village Holiday Club is about 30 mins from the airport - the club is not easy to find but I leave that to you. Having found it we were welcomed at reception by Umi, a very helpful and pleasant lady for whom nothing is too much trouble. We were assisted with the cases to our apartment by another staff member and no tip expected! The Club consists of loads of apartments set out in no particular pattern (all the better for it) moving up a hillside and we were at the back so lots of steps each day - you need something to make up for the food and drink!

The apartments are showing their age, 20 years I belive, but that didn't matter. They were whitewashed, rustic and clean and very comfortable - that is except the huge bed which was very hard with an even harder pillow. A well stocked bathroom with shower get etc and a startup kitchen pack inc water! A nice touch. We had our own balcony facing north so sun was limited with four chairs and a small table but giving a great view of Heronnicos (bad spelling) about 1/2 mile below and the sea beyond - excellent. We emailed and asked for an apt with a sea view but its not guaranteed.

Usual kitchen/diner/lounge with fridge/oven/grill/hot plates.

Small TV with only 2 english channels (BBC World News and CNN) so if you don't like wall to wall news then I would suggest taking a portable DVD player if you have one.

The complex has a swimming pool with cheap snacks and drinks during the day but not used. There is also a pool table and Umi maintains a comprehensive stock of paperbacks which you can add to and subtract from.

As usual with Greece the complex has various families of cats and kittens and I know that some cat lovers fed them in contravention of the rules - we did! Umi tells us that in the New Year that two cat cafes are to be installed where residents can leave food for them to eat which is great news as they are really nice to have around - if you like cats!

Koutoulefari is on the doorstep literally, and has retaurants/shops and bars - nothing too tacky and far better than Heronnisos which is a version of Sodom and Gemorrah with SKy football at the White Lion etc. We ate out virtually every night but can be expensive - I would recommend the restaurant/creperie right beside the Club (I want to say Practica or similar) - for the Greek food and also the cafe run by the Dutch couple, Tosca and her partner for her Dutch apple pie!!

Crete is a huge island and I spent a lot of time behind the wheel - best beaches are on the south coast as they get the sun all day.

Chania in the west is a nice town and try the tavernas around the harbour and the street selling leather goods.

We found that Knossos was a bit of a rip off at 6 euros each to see a Minoan Palace partially restored to what Mr Evans thought it probably looked like!

Great weather for the whole two weeks (sun every day and highs of 28) even in October. Its the end of the season and everything starts to close as the 31st approaches.

Hope you have a great holiday and without hesitation would recommend the Village Holiday Club for its ambience and friendliness."

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  • Travel date: Mon 26th of October 2009

Lovely little resort with an authentic Greek ambiance.

4
Good
by

"We stayed at this complex via CLC who rent rooms at this resort for members. The complex is in the centre of the delightful village of Koutouloufari that is above Hersonissos. On stepping into reception we were greeted by a very friendly lady, who welcomed us with a smile. As we were very early, we did not expect to have access to our room, but were delighted when told that it was ready. Whilst my husband was being shown where to park the car, I was advised that the reception area was part of the original dwelling house owned by a farmer, his wife and seven daughters. They also owned the olive grove at the back, where the apartments are now situated. Many of the original olive trees still exist in the gardens, alongside mature firs and other more recent mature planting. The small guest library still has the original fire used for cooking and the wine cellar was one of the two bedrooms. We were given a folder with information on the resort and trips, car hire etc and given the key to our room (No. 11). Our cases were taken to our room where we were shown how to work the TV and air conditioning. We were not asked for any credit card deposit.

Our apartment was basic and had a rustic village theme throughout with stone tiled floors, white walls and green décor. The windows were shuttered and kept the apartment cool even on the hottest of days. We loved it from the moment we arrived until we reluctantly left to go to Leoniki Residence. You entered straight into the lounge from French windows, where there was the usual ‘L’ shaped configuration for sleeping (suitable for children only), a small kitchen/dining area separated by a small partition with a table and four chairs at the far end. The kitchen area was small and didn’t have a microwave, but it did have a small portable type oven that I didn’t use, so can’t comment if it was good or not. There was cutlery, glasses, crockery for 4 people, saucepans etc. There was washing up liquid, scourer and drying cloth provided, but nothing else in the way of coffee, tea etc. The air conditioning unit was on the wall and the controls were fixed within a plastic container on the wall. There was no iron provided in the apartment, however you could get one from reception. There was only two of us staying, so we did not find it cramped.

The bedroom was a good size with, king size bed, two bedside tables, large wardrobe and plenty of drawer space. The dressing table was an alcove cut into the wall with a mirror above. A mozzie repellent machine with tablets was provided, but we didn’t really need this. There was also an air conditioning unit that was controlled by the main unit in the kitchen area. A further large wardrobe was in the small hallway and another double in the lounge area, so plenty of space for clothes. The bathroom was small but adequate, with shower over the bath, hair dryer and shelf above the wash hand basin. We did have a slight problem with the water cooling after 7.30pm, but this was soon sorted out. We were advised that the immersion heater kicked in after a certain time, before that the water was solar heated. Plenty of toiletries were provided and these were regularly replaced by the maids after each visit.

There was a lovely sunny patio area with a view over the roof tops to the sea, with a table and four modern director type chairs and clothes dryer. Lots of time spent here, watching the cats run up and down the trunk of the knarled old tree, to catch the cicadas for their dinner. If you don’t like cats, then you may not like this resort as each apartment had its own resident cats, who waited for you each morning to get up and were waiting for you when you returned. They would come inside the apartment and were obviously used to being fed and I must admit we did give them milk and bits, but we didn’t actually go out and buy cat food. They were very tame and quite nice to have around.

Although the patio was not private, as people walked past to get to the pool area, it had a special something and we never felt that are privacy was compromised in any way. The place was so peaceful and relaxing, I wish I was there now.

MAID SERVICE: Every other day, with towel change and linen change.

POOL TOWELS: Not provided by resort. There are plenty of cheap beach towels to buy from the many shops in the area for about 4.50 Euro.

SAFE: In room for a charge of 12 Euro per week - (non refundable).

ATM’s: None in Koutouloufari – plenty in Hersonissos along with banks and exchange facilities. Reception have an exchange service.

The resort is very quiet and peaceful, with a small swimming pool, pool bar/ taverna. There is only a limited amount of space around the pool and not many sun beds. There was no play area for children or separate section of the pool. There is also a jacuzzi (inside) that looked as if it had seen better days and also a sauna and these had to be booked an hour in advance. I would say the resort is more geared to adults, however the beach is about 15 mins away by car and there are at least two waterparks close by

We did not eat in the resort, so cannot comment. Breakfast is available and pool snacks from the pool bar during the day. The lobby bar is open in the evening and is in the same place as reception, with a pleasant outside seating area.

FOR CHILDREN: Nothing.

GROUNDS: Clean and well maintained with an authentic Greek atmosphere.

About 10 mins by car or 20-25 mins walk you come to Hersonissos. The first impressions we got of this resort was from our hotel on the first day. As we walked over the main road to the beach area, we had to walk through a complex called Star Beach, which had free sun beds, bar etc. We were met by extremely loud music, topless female holidaymakers dancing in foam and a bungee jump. There are masses of quad bikes racing around the roads, that have been hired out for the day or week. They reminded me of something out of a futuristic movie such as Mad Max. There are many different types and not a lot of regard to safety of the drivers or pedestrians. It got better a little further along the beachfront and we noticed that there were quite a lot for children, however, we were not sure if this was part of a resort complex. Another day we walked into Hersonissos from the resort, straight down the hill and we came to the harbour area, which is worth a visit. There is also a huge waterpark situated close to the beach front. .

The village of Koutouloufari is a delight, with block paved streets, cobbled stone alleyways and traditional architecture. There is no litter and no blaring music. There are numerous restaurants, tavernas and bars, alongside souvenir shops and small supermarkets and so there is no need for a taxi ride to take you out to eat. It is a world away from the brasher resorts of Malia and Hersonissos.

Further along the road, there are two other villages, Piskopiano and Hersonissos Old Village. Piskopiano is now no more than an extension to Koutouloufari and Hersonissos Old Village is a little further on. They are both worth a visit and have some good restaurants to try. The Old Village is more authentic with a picturesque square and traditional taverns lining the sides. They do a lot of cooking in large ovens here and you can see your food being prepared. It takes about 20 mins to walk in the evening and the road is flat. Many of the older buildings have been sympathetically renovated to blend in and all the villages have strict planning rules in place, so there is no high rise buildings or modern establishments allowed.

TRIPS AND SIGHTSEEING:

As we had a car for the duration of our holiday, we went out every other day. Can recommend Sissi, Agios Nikolaos, Ammoundara and further along the coast towards Ierapetra.

RESTAURANTS WE TRIED:

MYRTIOS: Traditional restaurant in Hersonissos Old Village. Varied menu, with speciality meals cooked in pots in the coal fired oven.

NIKOS THE FISHER: Home made food cooked to order in Koutouloufari. Looks very basic from outside, but once inside the place is amazing with little rooms all over the place. There is also a roof top terrace.

GALINI: The most touristy one we tried in Koutouloufari. However this should not put you off as it is recommend on the ‘net’. The waiters are very theatrical and make a big thing about serving the dishes in different receptacles. I had a chicken dish and it was served in a huge shell. Plenty of choice and the wine is good.

VINNIES GARDEN: This serves snacks (we did not eat here), and is a lovely bar that has been renovated in the modern Greek style to blend in with the surroundings. It has a relaxing atmosphere and good service. The owners are usually there and make you very welcome. This is next to the Galini restaurant.

There are so many other restaurants in Koutouloufari and the two villages, that you will be spoilt for choice. The better ones are the ones that do not have pictures of plates of food – why do restaurants do this – do they think we are so stupid we can’t read as everything is in English as well as other languages.

Would love to go back to this resort one day."

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Sat 16th of August 2008

Wonderfull Hillside Village

4
Good
by

"Stayed at the The Village Holiday Club June 08, a really wonderfull place, well kept gardens, peace and quiet, so restfull. The village of Koutouloufari, has everything we wanted, an abundance of restaurants, bars to watch the world go by. Down the hill to Heronissos, ample bars, restaurants and plenty of shops. A good but narrow beach, just outside Heronissos there is a free Aqua park at Star Beach. Unfortunately some taxis on strike during our stay so the walk up the hill back to the village was terrible in the heat of the day. Thoroughly enjoyable holiday."

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  • Travel date: Fri 11th of July 2008

Only for seniors

2
Poor
by

"We stayed at this RCI resort because it was the only one available for the time we could go. We only spent part of our stay here because the location and facilities were not very good. You cannot have more than two people stay and the receptionist was unhelpful/ unfriendly. Our fridge was broken and the kitchen is not fully equipped."

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  • Travel date: Thu 3rd of January 2008

Great Get Away, Hard To Find

3
Average
by

"This was a timeshare exchange through RCI. We were excited to get a room with this location. We were in need of better directions to the resort as it is impossible to find at night without help from the locals. Thanks to the friendly natives we were able to find our room after driving aimlessly for about 1 hour. The room was spacious, clean, and comfortable. The staff was friendly, helpful, and prompt. The area of Hersonissos is very touristy and crowded. It has a great variety of tavenas and restaraunts. Koutoulifari is more quaint and easier to navigate, yet still touristy. We hired a car and toured the island. We recommend the north side of the island east of Iraklio or inland towards the mountains."

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  • Travel date: Tue 25th of September 2007

Nice place, not a great location

4
Good
by

"Nice hotel, but the location is not great. The village is OK, but you are surrounded by tourists and it is not as quaint as it is advertised. We were also constantly fighting off ants in our room and apartment has only one AC in the main room, not the bedroom."

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  • Travel date: Thu 14th of September 2006

Clean and well tended

3
Average
by

"Very clean and well kept. The apartment was basic but gladly very quiet at night; although Koutouloufari is small it can be extremely busy. The apartments are set on a hillside so you can't hear much of the noise. You are spoilt for choice for bars and restaurants. There's a supermarket right across the street. Vassilis the manager is great and Fannis the barman is quite funny in a 'Manuel of Fawlty Towers' kind of way, although don't tease him about his name!

One point to note especially if you have small kids; Don't let them run out from the main entrance as cars, bikes and quads zoom past there with inches to spare. In fact there were loads of people in the medical centre with bandaged toes!

Don't feed the cats in the complex or you will have them waiting outside your apartmet!

Another hint...if you order a taxi give it up to an hour to arrive."

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  • Travel date: Sat 5th of August 2006

Great place to stay

5
Brilliant
by

"This RCI timeshare is an excellent place to stay. We were a family of 5 (3 teenagers). The unit was spacious with a bedroom, living room with 2 couches (beds), stocked kitchenette (cooking ware, dishes, sink, small refigerator, hotplate, microwave, oven). They provided us with a 3rd bed. There is a patio overlooking Hersonissos and the Sea of Crete...marvelous view. Koutouloufari is a quaint small hillside village with a lot of dining options. Our teenagers enjoyed the pool and the staff were very friendly. Our unit #37 is tucked way in the back. If you have trouble walking, the Village Club and Koutouloufari may not be for you as it is hilly and moving around the Village Holiday Inn requires climbing up and down stairs. We rented a car and explored the Island. Matala (Roman Caves and great beach) and Elounda were our favorites. Driving in Heraklion can be nerve racking as well as some of the narrow roads in the small villages, but well worth the effort. We highly recommend this property and Crete."

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  • Travel date: Wed 2nd of August 2006

Room with a view and great service

5
Brilliant
by

"Beautiful gardens, pool, and patio. We were surprised by how much space we had in the room. There was a living room with 2 couches and a tv, kitchenette with small refrigerator, hot plates, sink, dishes, and a table for two. The bedroom and bathroom were comfortable too. There were three large closets (two in the living room and one in the bedroom). We also had a great patio looking out to the Sea of Crete, complete with a table and chairs. Not recommended for people who have trouble walking stairs. The manager, Veceeli, was very nice and also acts as bartender. It was in Koutouloufari and there were many local tavernas nearby with good food. Malia beach was a couple of miles away. We rented a car and had a wonderful time exploring the island."

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  • Travel date: Sat 8th of April 2006

A magic holiday destination in Crete

5
Brilliant
by

"Just returned from The Village Holiday Club, Koutouloufari, Crete. This is a beautiful location and a must for any holidaymaker wanting a peaceful relaxing break. The self-catering accommodation is excellent with adequate facilities if you want to do just that. However, there is a brilliant choice of restaurants and tavernas if you dont want to cater for yourself or you want to combine the two. Plenty of supermarkets in Hersonissos with a wide variety of food and drink although if you plan to do a 'big shop' best to get a taxi back up the hill, unless of course you have a car. The units are beautifully decorated, the linen and towels are changed every two days and the apartments are very well kept and clean. The gardens also are beautifully kept and very pretty. The pool area, although small compared to other resorts, is lovely. The resort staff are extremely welcoming and helpful and very willing to assist in every way. They make everything easy and stress free. Koutouloufari, Piskopiano and Hersonissos Old Town are all within easy walking distance and all flat. Every Monday evening Hersonissos Old Town has a Greek night which obviously gets very busy but worth a visit if you have never been. The old town is lovely with good tavernas and the proprietors are very welcoming. There is a lovely shop there selling all kinds of lace and table linen, some of which the owner makes herself. If you dont have a car but want to get around the bus service which operates from Hersonissos (down the hill) is excellent and the fares are quite cheap. Used this service a few times to visit Agios Nikolaos (a must to visit), Kato Gouves.

Koutouloufari Restaurants and Tavernas:

Esperos (this has a beautiful roof terrace overlooking Hersonissos and also a shop next door); Kostas & Eilotas; Fabrica; and if you can really manage it, have the most wonderful apple pie and cream and coffee at Rahati; Nikos fish restaurant. Wonderful Kleftiko.

Have been to this resort three times so far and have never been disappointed. The location up the hill away from the hustle and bustle is a perfect combination. You need to be fairly fit because it is very steep and not for the faint-hearted but worth the effort when you reach the top!!

If you like the beach then Star Beach is the place to go. You can go out a long way and not be out of your depth in the sea and there are no pebbles, etc.

An excellent place also is Meltemi Beach and Restaurant which also has a swimming pool 'up top' alongside the restaurant where you can have snacks, drinks or full meals. The proprietor is lovely. On his beach area he also has two changing huts. This beach area is a bit further along from Star Beach itself.

If you arrive late and reception is closed you can go up the steps at the side entrance by the shop and there is a notice board with details of how to get into your apartment. Very easy.

Will definitely go back to Koutouloufari.

"

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Mon 18th of October 2010

Rating breakdown

  • 5 Beach
  • 5 Room
  • 5 Pool
  • 5 Service
  • 5 Dining
  • 5 Amenities
  • 5 Food

We stayed at this complex via CLC who re...

4
Good
by

"We stayed at this complex via CLC who rent rooms at this resort for members. The resort is not owned by CLC and is under Club Greece management. The complex is in the centre of the delightful village of Koutouloufari. On stepping into reception we were greeted by a very friendly lady, who welcomed us with a smile. As we were very early, we did not expect to have access to our room, but were delighted when told that it was ready. Whilst my husband was being shown where to park the car, I was advised that the reception area was part of the original dwelling house owned by a farmer, his wife and seven daughters. They also owned the olive grove at the back, where the apartments are now situated. Many of the original olive trees still exist in the gardens, alongside mature firs and other more recent mature planting. The small guest library still has the original fire used for cooking and the wine cellar was one of the two bedrooms. We were given a folder with information on the resort and trips, car hire etc and given the key to our room (No. 11). Our cases were taken to our room where we were shown how to work the TV and air conditioning. We were not asked for any credit card deposit.

Our apartment was basic and had a rustic village theme throughout with stone tiled floors, white walls and green décor. The windows were shuttered and kept the apartment cool even on the hottest of days. We loved it from the moment we arrived until we reluctantly left to go to Leoniki Residence. You entered straight into the lounge from French windows, where there was the usual ‘L’ shaped configuration for sleeping (suitable for children only), a small kitchen/dining area separated by a small partition with a table and four chairs at the far end. The kitchen area was small and didn’t have a microwave, but it did have a small portable type oven that I didn’t use, so can’t comment if it was good or not. There was cutlery, glasses, crockery for 4 people, saucepans etc. There was washing up liquid, scourer and drying cloth provided, but nothing else in the way of coffee, tea etc. The air conditioning unit was on the wall and the controls were fixed within a plastic container on the wall. There was no iron provided in the apartment, however you could get one from reception. There was only two of us staying, so we did not find it cramped.

The bedroom was a good size with, king size bed, two bedside tables, large wardrobe and plenty of drawer space. The dressing table was an alcove cut into the wall with a mirror above. A mozzie repellent machine with tablets was provided, but we didn’t really need this. There was also an air conditioning unit that was controlled by the main unit in the kitchen area. A further large wardrobe was in the small hallway and another double in the lounge area, so plenty of space for clothes. The bathroom was small but adequate, with shower over the bath, hair dryer and shelf above the wash hand basin. We did have a slight problem with the water cooling after 7.30pm, but this was soon sorted out. We were advised that the immersion heater kicked in after a certain time, before that the water was solar heated. Plenty of toiletries were provided and these were regularly replaced by the maids after each visit.

There was a lovely sunny patio area with a view over the roof tops to the sea, with a table and four modern director type chairs and clothes dryer. Lots of time spent here, watching the cats run up and down the trunk of the knarled old tree, to catch the cicadas for their dinner. If you don’t like cats, then you may not like this resort as each apartment had its own resident cats, who waited for you each morning to get up and were waiting for you when you returned. They would come inside the apartment and were obviously used to being fed and I must admit we did give them milk and bits, but we didn’t actually go out and buy cat food. They were very tame and quite nice to have around.

Although the patio was not private, as people walked past to get to the pool area, it had a special something and we never felt that are privacy was compromised in any way. The place was so peaceful and relaxing, I wish I was there now.

MAID SERVICE: Every other day, with towel change and linen change.

POOL TOWELS: Not provided by resort. There are plenty of cheap beach towels to buy from the many shops in the area for about 4.50 Euro.

SAFE: In room for a charge of 12 Euro per week - (non refundable).

ATM’s: None in Koutouloufari – plenty in Hersonissos along with banks and exchange facilities. Reception have an exchange service.

The resort is very quiet and peaceful, with a small swimming pool, pool bar/ taverna. There is only a limited amount of space around the pool and not many sun beds. There was no play area for children or separate section of the pool. There is also a jacuzzi (inside) that looked as if it had seen better days and also a sauna and these had to be booked an hour in advance. I would say the resort is more geared to adults, however the beach is about 15 mins away by car and there are at least two waterparks close by

We did not eat in the resort, so cannot comment. Breakfast is available and pool snacks from the pool bar during the day. The lobby bar is open in the evening and is in the same place as reception, with a pleasant outside seating area.

FOR CHILDREN: Nothing.

GROUNDS: Clean and well maintained with an authentic Greek atmosphere.

About 10 mins by car or 20-25 mins walk you come to Hersonissos. The first impressions we got of this resort was from our hotel on the first day. As we walked over the main road to the beach area, we had to walk through a complex called Star Beach, which had free sun beds, bar etc. We were met by extremely loud music, topless female holidaymakers dancing in foam and a bungee jump. There are masses of quad bikes racing around the roads, that have been hired out for the day or week. They reminded me of something out of a futuristic movie such as Mad Max. There are many different types and not a lot of regard to safety of the drivers or pedestrians. It got better a little further along the beachfront and we noticed that there were quite a lot for children, however, we were not sure if this was part of a resort complex. Another day we walked into Hersonissos from the resort, straight down the hill and we came to the harbour area, which is worth a visit. There is also a huge waterpark situated close to the beach front. .

The village of Koutouloufari is a delight, with block paved streets, cobbled stone alleyways and traditional architecture. There is no litter and no blaring music. There are numerous restaurants, tavernas and bars, alongside souvenir shops and small supermarkets and so there is no need for a taxi ride to take you out to eat. It is a world away from the brasher resorts of Malia and Hersonissos.

Further along the road, there are two other villages, Piskopiano and Hersonissos Old Village. Piskopiano is now no more than an extension to Koutouloufari and Hersonissos Old Village is a little further on. They are both worth a visit and have some good restaurants to try. The Old Village is more authentic with a picturesque square and traditional taverns lining the sides. They do a lot of cooking in large ovens here and you can see your food being prepared. It takes about 20 mins to walk in the evening and the road is flat. Many of the older buildings have been sympathetically renovated to blend in and all the villages have strict planning rules in place, so there is no high rise buildings or modern establishments allowed.

TRIPS AND SIGHTSEEING:

As we had a car for the duration of our holiday, we went out every other day. Can recommend Sissi, Agios Nikolaos, Ammoundara and further along the coast towards Ierapetra.

RESTAURANTS WE TRIED:

MYRTIOS: Traditional restaurant in Hersonissos Old Village. Varied menu, with speciality meals cooked in pots in the coal fired oven.

NIKOS THE FISHER: Home made food cooked to order in Koutouloufari. Looks very basic from outside, but once inside the place is amazing with little rooms all over the place. There is also a roof top terrace.

GALINI: The most touristy one we tried in Koutouloufari. However this should not put you off as it is recommend on the ‘net’. The waiters are very theatrical and make a big thing about serving the dishes in different receptacles. I had a chicken dish and it was served in a huge shell. Plenty of choice and the wine is good.

VINNIES GARDEN: This serves snacks (we did not eat here), and is a lovely bar that has been renovated in the modern Greek style to blend in with the surroundings. It has a relaxing atmosphere and good service. The owners are usually there and make you very welcome. This is next to the Galini restaurant.

There are so many other restaurants in Koutouloufari and the two villages, that you will be spoilt for choice. The better ones are the ones that do not have pictures of plates of food – why do restaurants do this – do they think we are so stupid we can’t read as everything is in English as well as other languages.

Would love to go back to this resort one day.
"

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  • Travel date: Tue 12th of August 2008
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