Greece, South, Peloponnese, Nafplio
Alan Rogers Review
Ancient Assini, where Camping Kastraki is located, inspired the Nobel Prize winning poet, George Seferis, to write one of his most beautiful poems. This alone attracts the more romantic traveller to head for this wonderful coast. Others attracted by the magic of the shores of the Argolid will not be disappointed. Camping Kastraki, run personally by the owner, offers 170 good pitches set amongst the eucalyptus and pine trees that border a narrow shingle beach. Many will stay here for just a few nights whilst touring the Peloponnese but it is a site that attracts many long stay visitors for the windsurfing, swimming and the peace and quiet, which in some large sites is hard to find.
Nearby Nafplio was the Capital of the newly formed Greek state from 1828 to 1834 when this role passed to Athens.
Sanitray facilities include showers, WCs and washbasins. Facilities for disabled visitors. Gas hobs for cooking. Motorhome services. Washing machines. Small shop. Bar. Restaurant during high season. Play area. Tennis, volleyball and badminton courts. Flats to rent nearby. Direct beach access. Slipway for small boats.
From Nafplio, head towards Tolo and go through the modern town of Assini. Shortly before Tolo, site is well signed on the left. From Drepano head towards Tolo and turn left at T-junction to site on the left.Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N37 31 40||W22 52 34|