Guests at Club Med’s all-inclusive Gregolimano resort can enjoy pristine, white-sand beaches and the unbelievable blue waters of the Aegean Sea. The focus at Club Med resorts is family fun, and families who decide to stay at the Gregolimano in Greece will enjoy waterskiing, tennis, and soccer classes. Kids as young as four can receive training and take part in an actual circus! Guests can choose from spacious rooms or bungalows in the shade of the pine forest. The Panorama restaurant serves colorful Mediterranean dishes, and provides a baby corner so that parents can prepare meals for young travelers.
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- Snorkeling in the Aegean Sea
- Flying trapeze school
- All Inclusive Rates
- Horse Back Riding
- Water Sports
- Children Programs
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
- Kids' Theme Meals
- Meal Plan
- Onsite Dining
We stayed in Gregolimano for 8 nights with our kids Louise and Oskar. The MiniClub team led by Yassine was marvellous and took very good care of the kids who loved the holidays. This gave much time to the parents to enjoy the resort and have a relaxing and wonderful vacation. Simply great!
Its about 3.5h drive from athens, I would advize you take the ferry, that road is a lot easier that the road that takes the bridge.
The place is set on a secluded area, very well maintained. Beds are firm, with a soft finishing, personally I think they are super comfortable. Bathrooms nicely finished, and rooms are cleaned daily.
The restaurent is set right next to the beach, its hard to believe its for several hundred people at the same time, very nicely done. Food is very varied and very fresh. Staff there is incredible friendly and efficient. They have one lady making fresh orange juice at breakfast non-stop :-)
We tried SUP, waterki, sailing, archery and trapeze. The instructors for each sport are called GO (gentil organisateur). For the quality of the GO, it really depends on the sport. GO Trapeze classes can only be called EXCELLENT !! those people really take the time for each person + they are super nice and guide you through the entire process.
GO Collective sailing classes: very good, but I think the poor boy needs help because 4-5 boats for a single GO is too much. He really does his best and it shows, but it's just too much at the same time, a second for the collective classes would make learning a lot easier.
GO Collective archery class: Nice boy, but he appears to be bored to death which is understandable since he has to watch other people shoot arrows a whole day..., I hope they find a solution for this young man, maybe a second activity at the same time.
GO Group lessons SUP: not really "course", but a very pleasant welcome and good material
GO Water Ski Group Classes: A deeply unpleasant woman who clearly hates her job