We had the studio on the lower floor, which i think was smaller, but we still had a secluded terrace. The location was convenient, walkable distance to Argostoli, lassi road, and the local beaches. The room was cleaned every other day, and contained everything we needed. Basic accomadation with friendly staff.
A natural, uncapitalised tourist adventure. What you see is what you get, mellisani needs no glorifying like other places to see. A beautiful, breath-taking formation. I just wish we had the pleasure of the singing boatman. The trip costs about 4.7euros, and despite being a very short ride is well worth it!
The caves were enchanting and mystical, like something found in a fairy or fantasy story. Very dank inside, which is very refreshing in comparison to the usual climate. The ground surface is slippery though.
The beaches were clean, and had good facilities, such as sunbed and shade hire at reasonable prices. The local nightlife is dining in taverna's, drinking and conversing. Typically continental, a no go area if you want the british 'pub culture'. The resort was mainly built around the Lassi road, so noise depends on how close you are. The shops were mainly pricey supermarkets and tacky souveneir shops. The resort has little character, but is still pleasant.
A gorgeous beach. Perhaps the busiest one though, its well worth searching the coastal roads for quieter beaches as this one became slightly over crowded. But the beach has good facilities, sunbed hire and a cafe. The beach was very clean, tiny amounts of litter, but no more than anywhere else.
The head waiter persevered with any queries and was very helpful and suave . i recommend the chicken souvlaki. Traditional Greek dancing was performed and a few tricks to entertain immensely! The taverna is also reasonably affordable and located in the charismatic square, which really comes alive in the late evening.