Pool Bar

The bar is located next to the open swimming pool and serves snacks, local specialties, favourite Greek summer dishes as well as refreshing fruit and deserts.

Thirst quenching cocktails, juices, drinks and iced coffees are offered all day at the bar, the swimming pool area and the beach.

Fresh fish, seafood snacks and summer dishes are served at the swimming pool restaurant while a large variety of snacks can also be served on the beach, under the trees and next to the pool.
Entertainment during the week includes live duets, Latin nights, Greek dancing etc.

The tables and the chairs around the pool bring you closer to the star studded sky during the warm summer times


10:00 – 24:00 Drinks & snacks
13:00 – 16:00 A la carte meal

Thirst quenching cocktails, juices, drinks and iced coffees are offered all day at the bar, the swimming pool area and the beach.

Classic Cocktails :


Inspired from the famous Giuseppe Cipriani, owner of Harry’s Bar in Venice. With a very special pink shade, it reminded him of the toga in
one of the paintings from the Italian artist XV century, Giovanni Bellini.
Prosecco, Peach Mix


Only great fans know that this is the cocktail ordered by James Bond in the very first novel published by Ian Flemming in 1953. In chapter 5 of “Casino Royal”, the most famous secret agent of all time makes it clear that he has excellent taste for refined drinks. Campari, Vermut Rosso, Soda


We all know that it was popularized by Ernest Hemingway in “La Bodeguita del Medio” from La Habana. But, did you know that its origin was a beverage called “El Draque” in honour of the famous Francis Drake? We didn’t either, until we researched it. But rocks. It was a pirate. Oh, well a sea captain. White Rum, Sugar, Lime, Mint, Soda


Originally from Venice and Trieste during the years when the northern Italy was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The soldiers mixed the best of both worlds: classic white wines of southern Germany and Austria, with intense Italian bitters. The story tells that the soldiers sought to lighten their spirits and added bubbles to make them more like beer. Aperol, Cava, Soda


This cocktail has become so popular -so fast- that it even has a nickname: Cosmo. And no, we are not gonna make any references about her. Don’t you know who we are talking about? Fine, so fine. It works. Vodka, Cointreau, Blueberry juice, Lime juice.


There are a lot of versions about its origin, many more about the origin of its name. Was it in the Harry’s Bar from Paris or in a Club
in New York? Was it named for Mary I Queen of England, Mary Pickford or a lady called Mary, who was seated everyday in the counter of one of those bars? What we surely know is that you have to taste it even once. Vodka, Pepper, Lemon Juice, Tomato Juice



Story tells that during 1970 in this Californian city, the owner of a bar found out his employee was totally drunk and, to preserve his job, said he was making the cocktail which will make them famous. He proved it making the famous San Francisco. Pineapple Juice, Orange Juice, Lemon Juice


Famous Bloody Mary without any alcohol. Smoothie spicy tomato juice. Tomato Juice, Pepper, Tabasco, Lemon Juice


A variation of the popular Mojito: For the ones who are looking for something refresh and alcohol free. Mint, Lime, Sugar.


Beefeater 24
London Dry.
The traditional recipe plus new ingredients, like green Chinese tea and sencha Japanese tea.

London Dry.
Tasting notes of hazelnut, juniper and citrus.

Scottish Dry Gin.
Rose petals and cucumber infusion mixed with juniper, citrus peel and coriander.

Tanqueray Ten
London Dry.
Four times distilled adding citrus botanicals and camomile flower.