‘Glamping’ in Greece: Where to Go for Glamorous Camping



“Glamping” is the latest trend in camping — which really doesn’t resemble camping at all! It involves accommodations and facilities that are even luxurious and spa-like sometimes. There are many places around Greece that offer you the chance to camp without roughing it by camping in trailers and airstreams, cabins, yurts, villas or tree houses. Let’s take a look at some of the favorite picks for glamping while in Greece.

Treehouse Greece in Elis
$235/night
Why not glamp in a tree house on the Kotsifas Estate, at Treehouse Greece? There is nothing rough about a furnished tree house that is perched over the green grass below, hidden in the middle of an organic olive oil farm. The treehouse comes complete with double bed, lounge, couch bed, bathroom, fridge, balcony and an outdoor dining area.

Club Agia Anna, Kalamata
$50/night
This is a unique way to glamp in Greece as the facilities were designed using nomadic Mongolian tents. They are complete with a conical roof and look traditional, but are made with the finest modern methods and materials. This is the only place in Greece that you will find these accommodations!

Vasilikia Mountain Farm & Retreat in Phthiotis
$158/night
While in Greece you can glamp at a beautiful retreat which is on a farm located at an altitude of 1,010 meters, just outside the quaint village of Pavliani. There is a lot to do here as the retreat is located next to the entrance to Oiti National Park and there are natural lakes dotting the land along with charming villages. Perfect for those who want to stay in a cabin, villa or a trailer or airstream.