Kalogria beach

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The Real Stoupaman
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Re: Kalogria beach

Post by The Real Stoupaman » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:31 pm

Diva wrote:
Sun Jul 09, 2017 2:45 pm
It's such a shame. Is it the council that's greedy or the taverna owners that are to blame?
I suspect that it's a bit of both Diva. Getting more and more like Benidorm here!
Talk about killing the goose that lays the golden egg!! :(

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Re: Kalogria beach

Post by ironworks » Mon Jul 10, 2017 1:49 pm

Glenick wrote” 15euros for sunbeds” .Surely that’s not the normal sunbeds
Last year I paid aprox 7euros for sunbeds run by Kosta’s
I do agree with most posters the way its going will make me think twice ,especially the distance from the shore line to first row sunbeds .However many places round the world are far worse .
Of course you can’t blame anybody for maximizing their income and they will do it so long as people go ,and people will still go as the whole of stoupa is very beautiful.
The problem is that many people come back year after year (including me ) and remember it as it was ,But things move on so we have to make the decision do we return or do we move on as well
Coming back last week Aug first week sept hopefully with grandchildren it will be there fist time abroad ,Cant see them being disappointed but they will expect to dig holes in the sand at the shoreline ,from what the posters are saying that might be a little amusing
Can some one please come back with current sun bed prices on kalogria for those run by kosta ect not the wicker armchairs .Which I really dislike.
Also I never had a problem with the bat and ball

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Re: Kalogria beach

Post by glenick » Tue Jul 11, 2017 9:49 am

Hi ironworks,
We just got back and there are various prices on Kalogria, at the far left you pay 6 euros for 2 sunbeds (which we did) then there are Kostas ones which I think are 7 euros on the far right, inbetween there are ones for 15 euros, 25 euros and these 4 poster double bed things at 50 euros !!!
near the tavernas there is still space for sandcastle building, im not one for wanting to be that close to the next sunbed but there are options other than Kalogria and stoupa beach, hope you have a great time.
glenick

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Re: Kalogria beach

Post by ironworks » Sat Jul 15, 2017 1:46 pm

Hi glenick
Many thanks for your reply .The 6 and 7 euros will do me .

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Re: Kalogria beach

Post by aloni » Mon Jul 17, 2017 10:38 pm

There's no way we'll be going to Kalogria this year - it is terrible. Worse since those awful wooden structures (are they meant to be home made version of a cabana?) and the heavy wooden sunbeds appeared. It is not at all pleasurable - crammed, noisy, ruined. What a shame for such a picturesque bay to be completely spoilt by the businesses that depend on it.

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Re: Kalogria beach

Post by zorbas2 » Tue Jul 18, 2017 6:44 am

I am the same opinion. These wooden things are definitely over the top.
I was told that last Thursday officials were at Kalogria and quite some rows of sunbeds (no matter what kind) had to be removed. But it appears that since Sunday more and more sunbeds are added again...
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Re: Kalogria beach

Post by SteveH » Thu Jul 20, 2017 12:59 pm

I have to say that I too was appalled by what has been done to Kalogria beach. You can't even see the sea any more for the forest of sunbeds. I have been told that, unlike most Greek beaches, it is privately owned albeit that the Council license the bars that presumably put up those eyesores. So perhaps something could be done. Does anyone know if this is true?

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