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Enjoy Lichnos Camping, Parga

Listed under Camps & Campsites in Ipiros, Greece.

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Set within an olive grove just south of the picturesque hilltop village of Parga, Enjoy Lichnos Camping is a welcoming site, close to the beach and a perfect base to explore the region from. The spacious pitches are set in the olive grove, close to the beach with great views over the Ionian sea. The owners of Enjoy Lichnos focus a deal of attention on camper’s comfort levels, keeping the modern facilities spotlessly clean. Parga is a big attraction of the Epirus province, with it’s narrow streets bustling with Summer tourists. A walk up the steep streets in Parga would lead to the castle, from which the views of the hills, bay and town are spectacular. Other spots of interest in the area are party beach Vrahos and the ancient city of Nikopolis. A definite highlight of the region: the spine-chilling ancient ruins of a 2,500-year-old Necromantion, once an elaborate complex housing sorcerers and priests, where the living were given an audience with the dead.

For those seeking relaxation back at the campsite, the beach front bar is a great place to unwind. Watersport equipment is also available for hire at the site. Open from May to October.

Written by  Andrea Meyer.

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Terrible overcrowded place. AVOID

1. Overcrowding: The place was packed with distance between big tents of average of 2 metres. You couldn’t scratch without your neighbour listening to you, and when he was smoking all the smoke was passing through your tent too.

2. Dangerous animals 1: My neighbour kept a very large pit bull dog who kept barking till 3 am, all under the eyes of the 18 hour guard. Even though I was with 3 small kids and those dogs should not be left alone but muzzled when in public places he was free to roam the camping grounds and beach

3. Dangerous animals 2: Snakes were around and Sulphur was everywhere to kept them out of the camping place

4. Unhygienic habits 1: Dogs were bathing in the beach

5. Unhygienic habits 2: Boats were parked on the beach opposite the camping ground and every time a boat was starting the beach was full of gasoline.

6. Unhygienic habits 3: terrible toilet and shower facilities that even if they had someone cleaning them all the time still the overcrowding and bad quality of the construction kept them at very bad condition.

7. Unhygienic habits 4: Restaurant with dirty utensils (I had been given a fork with dry salad on it) and glasses with grease on them.

8. No Parking: There were not enough parking places for all the cars and people parked by the road on corners and everywhere else they could find. I was lucky and my car was only 200metres from my tent.

9. Noise and disturbance: people had parties till 3am and nobody seemed willing to tell them to have them on the beach or keep quiet. So not much sleep will be possible in this camping.

10. Smoking: The beach and the camping looks like an ashtray, shouldn’t it be a place for smokers and a place for non smokers? Or at least keep containers to put out cigarettes.

11. Food Portions: The portions of the food in the restaurant remind me of portions of food at kindergardens. We ordered 4 plates of fish and 2 portions of chips, Greek salad and taramosalata (yuk) and we were 1 adult and 3 kids ages 5,6, and 8, we ate everything and we were still hungry. The octopus portion was just 2 small legs (around 50grams of fish) and costed around €9. No “camping” pricing here.

12. Pricing: The prices are mentioned by you, and as seen on line in the camping’s web page do not add up to what they charged me. We were one adult 1x€5.50, three kids 3x€3.50, one car 1x€3.30 and one large tent 1x€4.50, total of €23.80 and I was charged €28.80, €5 more. I didn’t even bother asking for it as when I asked for a receipt I was given the sum on a hand written slip which is illegal.

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Thanks for your update on conditions there.

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