The Peligoni Club
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Finding an ideal family-friendly resort in Agios Nikolaos does not have to be difficult. Welcome to The Peligoni Club, a nice option for travellers like you.

Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a kitchenette, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the resort.

The property also boasts a pool and a poolside bar, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to The Peligoni Club, free parking is available.

While in Agios Nikolaos, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from The Peligoni Club Hotel, including Nobelos Bio Restaurant (0.4 mi), Ex Animo "Apo Kardias" (1.0 mi), and Madrakia Tavern Snack-Cafe (0.3 mi).

The Peligoni Club looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Agios Nikolaos.

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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Tennis court
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Outdoor pool
Restaurant
Poolside bar
Kids club
Car hire
Spa
Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
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Non-smoking rooms
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Agios Nikolaos, Volimes Greece
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Somewhat walkable
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Seb de Pury wrote a review Sept 2020
London, United Kingdom3 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We went as a family of 6 to the Peligoni Club this summer and last summer, staying in Stouvega in 2019 and Douze in 2020.

The Villas:
Stouvega - A massive villa meant for a larger group, but the only one available when we booked. It has a very rustic feeling to it, but our use of the Villa was strained by a persistent wasp problem along the side of the pool.
Douze - A sleek, modern villa that we really liked, the pool and the outside area was fantastic.

The Club:
The location of the club is good and it has both nice facilities and a good atmosphere. The deck chairs by the sea are fairly quiet and nice, but they are clearly reserved from early in the morning by parents. This leaves the remaining deck chairs up by the pool, which has a lot of young kids and loud music. The pool itself is quite nice, especially with the poolside bar. The sea is great and we particularly loved using the pontoon and the paddleboards. Both eating areas are quite nice, but the food options are the same every day with occasionally changing specials. The courtyard is a really nice open space, which I felt they could have done more with.

The Service:
The staff are all fairly young, but enthusiastic and helpful, which is nice and I experienced very few problems with the service itself.

The People:
The Peligoni Club is dominated by middle-class families and one of the club's strengths is its events which promote the kids and the adults to split and allow them to socialise, which was still evident this year, even with Coronavirus.
Whilst I would recommend the club to families with kids up to the age of 16, past this age there are fewer teenagers and older kids are less likely to have such a sociable experience.

The Area:
Having stayed there a couple of times now, I would advise guests to try some of the local restaurants, many of which are highly rated and do great food and drinks for low prices.
Whilst there isn't a lot to do around the Peligoni Club, you can drive to the other side of the Island in about half an hour and see the Shipwreck Beach from the viewpoint, however, this gets crowded towards the middle of the day. Also, if you're close to it, Askos Stone Park has a load of Deer, Goats, Racoons and other animals you can see and feed and is well worth a trip.
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Date of stay: August 2020
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Pip Ratcliffe wrote a review Jul 2022
Stellenbosch, South Africa13 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We enjoyed our stay at Pelegoni. The facilities for the club are great. This is not a hotel, rent your villa and come down to the club each day to make use of the facilities. The food and wine list are very expensive but good quality. Sadly they do not allow corkage so you may not bring special wine. There is yoga, cycling, tennis, water sports. you need to pay extra for mechanical water sports. The extras bill on our holiday was more than we expected so factor that in to your budget! If money is no object then you’ll throughly enjoy Pelegoni
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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aray2209 wrote a review Jul 2022
london65 contributions71 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Out 4th or 5th visit, and all pretty much as before.
Staff brilliant, very courteous, attentive and keen to please.
Did not eat at restaurants due to past experiences, but pizza at Peli Deli was really excellent.
Bar is still very expensive, 1 beer + 1 non alcoholic drink = €15.
They are short of parasols.
Our accommodation at Emerald Caves was very nice indeed.
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Date of stay: July 2022
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Johanna J wrote a review Jan 2022
4 contributions2 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Concept is top but execution is poor. Very, very cliquey so unless you've been going for years don't bother. Neither you nor your children will be able to break into the groups of guests who return year after year, Place is run by gap students who have little of no experience in hospitality - you wait earns for a drink on the rocks. Restaurant is so overrun by cicadas that you cannot hold a conversation. We stayed at Emerald villas and never once got offered the land rover shuttle service so ended top walking the hot steep hill every evening. Food was hugely overpriced for poor quality. Creche was oversubscribed so children were dumped in another make shift creche and teen activities were non existent. All in all a big no for me. I only gave it 2 stars for the concept which could be amazing.
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Date of stay: August 2021
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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AndyPratt2014 wrote a review Sept 2020
London, United Kingdom24 contributions4 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Heaven on earth. Ben and Michelle have carved a mini oasis in this beautiful setting. Bars, restaurants, water sports and all superbly laid on by the excellent and enthusiastic staff that elevate this beach club above the rest. Shabby chic with a relaxed vibe.

The mountain villas match the style and charm of the club.

Enjoy.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Sightseer28185 wrote a review Jul 2019
4 contributions25 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Whilst being by the sea in Greece is beautiful this excruciatingly over priced club run by young inexperienced staff does not know how to deal with a crisis. They (unsurprisingly) don't tell you that at least 3 villas get burgled every summer. When it happens to you they walk away from the problem saying it has never happened before. When I say burgled I don't mean just bikini and sunglasses - I mean the villa stripped out and the safe ripped off the wall with a crow bar; every possession you took on holiday including all your means of communication down to your footwear all gone. They refuse to lend you items to use whilst you are there. They make light of the fact that you have no passports, no money and no proof of identity as if this is all part of the fun Peligoni holiday experience... it is not. It is traumatic for families and I would never go back.
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Date of stay: August 2018
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Joyce-D121 wrote a review Dec 2017
Cambridge, United Kingdom24 contributions37 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
There are many good things about Peligoni, all of which are enthusiastically endorsed in the five star reviews. Great location, some brilliant facilities, friendly and helpful staff and kids' clubs' which are fabulous for younger families. The unique selling point is that it's perfect for teenagers, a relaxed vibe, plenty of independent activities that will give older kids plenty to do, keeping them happy and occupied. It's a successful formula that has generated loyalty and repeat business so clearly it works for many.

A fair amount of reviews remark that the place is mainly staffed by late teens and young adults who do the season. There are obvious pros and cons to this, again fairly reflected in the reviews here. Essentially the service is very hit and miss, some lovely charming helpful staff, equally some disinterested, possibly unhappy who appeared to be wanting to be elsewhere. My 19 year old remarked that it reminded her of school where the sixth form are responsible for running an event; happy to plan it, but would rather not have to be there for the execution.

Specific points:

The standard of the food is unpredictable and generally on the pricey side. Many serving staff but not enough chefs (4,5?) for the number of covers. The restaurant manager worked his socks of, but an uphill struggle for one person. The theme nights were a bit cliched, they felt formulaic and outworn.

The bar prices were a bit on the high side, smoothies were delicious but, very overpriced, this may be a result of the value of the pound to euro. However special mention has to go to the wine list which was unfathomable for a beach club. I can't remember specifics but there was a choice of about 18 reds and 18 whites of this 18 about 3 or 4 bottles were between 35 and 50 euros and over half were well over a €100 a bottle. House wine was imported, ok and about €35 bottle, I really would have welcomed a cheaper and cheerful local wine to be available but was told that there wasn't a reliable decent source available. There were were some very fine wines reflecting a superb cellar but for me at odds for a family holiday, understandable in Mayfair but insane for a Greek Island family holiday.

Peli-angels was a newly launched service, great idea but disappointing execution that didn't get close to its much vaunted promise. Maybe down to teething problems for a new concept but possibly could have been rolled out with less fanfare a better strategy and more managerial back up.

Kids clubs looked great, fantastic for young families and life saving crèche for parents with little ones. Our children are 18 and 19 and they were too old for the teen stuff. If you've got kids up to 15/16 I would say it's superb, we didn't hit the demographic and maybe just didn't get the vibe which clearly has a really broad appeal.

When we were there there were a lot more younger families than I expected, possibly reflecting the popularity of Sharky and George. I bought into the idea of a more sophisticated vibe with older children hanging out, but it felt much more Mark Warner, nothing wrong with that, I've done (and been grateful) for Mark Warner holidays, but it wasn't what I was expecting.

The Odyssey trip was absolutely fantastic- the highlight of our holiday. If you can afford it, do it!

All of this is very subjective, its clearly great for some for but not for us; too expensive, not as welcoming as the website proclaims , average food and no indication of strong management resulting in well meaning but average service.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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Strawberry345 wrote a review Aug 2010
Alnwick, United Kingdom1 contribution22 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Greeted by a very arrogant, unpleasant managing director.Most unfriendly place and felt uncomfortable. Food was exceptional however the whole manner of the place would be a very big no no.They represent as a mark warner sailing holiday and a very active place however the equipment and the beach was highly disappointing and looked very unsafe.A club excludes people and this is a prime example. 'we don't take people of the street' the managing director quoted and for all he knows we could be billionaires. Manners maketh man is something that should be taken into consideration when greeting people.
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Date of stay: July 2010
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Inspire20761 wrote a review Sept 2004
Hartfield, England1 contribution18 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
This is not everyone's cup of tea. The clubhouse is pretty basic, and the facilities on offer likewise. If you are into yoga, meditation then OK but I do not recommend for beginners. Sailing is good.

Steff are generally very young and inexperienced, and discipline is lacking.

The cost is heavy compared to staying and eating elsewhere on the island.
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Response from peligoniclub, Managing Director at The Peligoni Club
Responded 16 Feb 2010
The Peligoni Club came under new ownership, and management in 2005 and has since been heavily invested in. Whilst this review was relevant at the time, it is not the case any more as can be seen in more recent reviews.
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YoungAdultAbroad wrote a review Jul 2011
Edinburgh1 contribution17 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed in Peligoni mid-July for 2 weeks with a mixture of family and friends.

The aesthetics of the club itself were gorgeous - very rustic but perfect for the Greek setting. Lots of cushioned areas in the shade as well as a decent pool. No beach although that is common of this part of the island. Instead there are several decking areas on the slope down into the sea, with access to the sea granted by a diving board or ladder. The sea was a refreshing temperature and great for a quick dip (necessary with temperatures averaging 33/34'C). Several backgammon boards dotted around the seating areas and a mini library with a small but varied range of books you can borrow in case you forgot yours. A tennis court is available to book but bring trainers and be warned you may melt whilst playing! The food was delicious, although I personally found the normal dinner menu quite rich for the climate. The lunch menu was fantastic - lots of nice light salads, a pizza/pasta menu and kids menu. There were also some slight changes day to day which was good considering how often we ate there. However, everyone else also seemed to enjoy eating there, and the lunch service could be quite slow. It was not unusual to have to wait 20 minutes at lunchtime before menus were even brought to the table, let alone food. If sat behind the corner of the bar, service seemed to be a lot slower than on the main area or horseshoe seating arrangements. The club was at full capacity during the time we stayed there (approx. 240 guests) so more waitresses/waiters ought to have been roped in to make the lunch service more efficient.

If you want to cook for yourself, there is a small supermarket in St. Nicholas' port which has a decent range of basic foodstuffs with a butchers next door offering fresh cuts of meat and fish. For restaurants, I would highly recommend Niko's restaurant in the hamlet of Mikro Nissi - a varied menu which was extremely well-executed. The restaurant recommended to us by the club owners was Sophia's restaurant in Ano Volimes, although I wouldn't make the effort to go back. There's also a typical greek taverna near the emerald deluxe villas called The Windmill which also does a delivery service if you're feeling lazy. Much preferred this one to Sophia's.

The party nights (Wed and Sat) are also popular. Communal tables for the kids, teenagers and adults are set up, although for the 18 to 25s (of whom there were a few) it's harder to know where to sit. A hog roast (wed) and BBQ (sat) is the food on offer. Although these nights start at 8pm, adults shouldn't expect to be sat down and eating before 9.30ish as kids and teenagers are served first. The meal is followed by a disco at which point the bar gets pretty busy and the teens hit the dance floor.

Peligoni has created a niche customer base for itself in the families that come here every year with their teenagers. For those younger children, there is no real kids club, only one young woman organising activities such as waterpolo games in the pool who also seems to double as a waitress. Don't expect the younger ones to be completely taken care off during the day. Older children aged 18 plus will find the atmosphere at the club to be pretty young; although the staff are mostly students, they do have a job to do. Lots of the staff seem to be more interested in having a holiday themselves than ensuring the best customer service for their guests. Case in point: staff who had time off during the day would use the limited sun beds at the club, despite there being paying guests for whom there were no free sun beds.

For those aged 13 to 17 Peligoni is the probably one of the best holidays. Lots of other people your age, watersports activities if you want them, a social nightlife... (first-timers with teenagers ought to know that you're not likely to see much of them during the holiday; they'll want to spend as much time with their friends as possible during the day and night). Teenagers are given free reign and I can understand how appealing that is for them and how nice it is for mum and dad to have some time off.

However, parents be warned: alcohol is available to these teenagers. The club policy of giving red wristbands to those whose parents have allowed to order beer and wine or orange wristbands for everything alcoholic is not strictly enforced. Besides that, it is easy for an older friend to order several drinks and then pass them on to the younger teens. The staff encourage teenagers to go to the nearby bars down the road where they also frequent. For those who are staying in villas this either means staying with a friend who lives closer to the bar or relying on the taxi service of mum and dad. Of course, teenagers + alcohol is always a highly volatile combination. Over indulgence is common and one morning after a party night I had to wait whilst a girl (who can't have been older than 14) threw up into the toilet. Some of the staff are required to do a sweep of the club during party nights to ensure there are no young couples (staff included) are doing inappropriate things on the sunbeds by the pool etc.

Peligoni has an informal feel but it is a more upmarket resort (so don't be too surprised by the bill at the end of your holiday!). For watersports fanatics it's great dependent upon the wind which only flares up mid to late afternoon, as another reviewer mentioned. However, I would only recommend this place to parents with teenagers who don't mind their children experimenting liberally with alcohol. There seemed to be less younger children around and older children will probably come back from the bar complaining how out of place they felt because it was stuffed with underage teens. Peligoni isn't for everyone, but can be a great holiday for the right people.
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Date of stay: July 2011Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from peligoniclub, Owner at The Peligoni Club
Responded 6 Sept 2011
Thank you very much for your thoughtful feedback, you make many valid points that i will certainly look into with a view to improvements and policy changes for next year. We have already looked into some of the points you have covered, for example waiting times at lunch, which have since fallen with the addition of two or three more waiting staff. With regards to alcohol, our policy changes for this year have been well supported by the majority of parents. In a country in which anyone of any age can walk into a mini market and buy whatever they want, we feel we find a balance that suits the majority. I would make the point that we do not under any circumstances allow under 18s to order alcohol without the express permission of their parents, in the form of a red or orange band. and nobody under the age of 16 is allowed to buy or consume any alcohol outside of the immediate company of their parents at dinner for example. Further, the bar staff are also under strict instruction to use the policy: one band, one drink. If teens without this band were able to get a hold of alcoholic drinks this is more than likely a case of teens planting drinks outside somewhere around The Club to go back to later. In order to combat this we have two senior staff who patrol The Club on party nights ensuring that nobody tries to get into the sea/pool or is consuming alcoholic drinks of any kind without a band. In the rare case that this does happen those teens are escorted to their parents or back to their accommodation immediately. I would mention that the vast majority of party nights have no issues of the kind mentioned, and we are constantly liaising with parents on any further suggestions they might have for party nights and for The Club in general. we will take this feedback very seriously and will look at what options we can pursue in the future. Kindest Regards Ben
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Answer from fi33
Chicago, Illinois155 contributions113 helpful votes
May depend what they want out of a break. There were a few of 16 and 17 yr olds there. The freedom of being able to sun themselves and have a card to purchase drinks without cash could appeal! If they want to learn to sail on their own schedule that’s good too. Also Greece has lax drinking rules which may appeal.
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Brackley58 contributions16 helpful votes
There are lots of activities to do either as a family together or seperately with a wide range of activities for all ages to enjoy and keep you all occupied. The environment is very warm and friendly If you are renting a villa the hampers or having cook for a night is excellent value. You can take canoes to the village and back together which is great fun. The boar trips either as an excursion or for your indiviual family is really worth the expense. There really is something for everyone
Answer from Jacsbestholidays
London, United Kingdom20 contributions4 helpful votes
My kids were the same age as yours when we went. They don't encourage them to drink and can make it difficult. Your children will wear a wrist band if they are allowed to drink and can only get one drink at a time. Mine did find other kids who would get them a drink however but we were near by and there were no disasters. Plus the q for the bar means it's unlikely they can get hold of much!!
aray2209 wrote a tip Jul 2022
london65 contributions71 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Emerald Caves are lovely studio apartments"
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Seb de Pury wrote a tip Sept 2020
London, United Kingdom3 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Make sure you know the Location of your villa, some can be quite far away and only a few are within walking distance of the club."
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Tim M wrote a tip Jul 2018
Atlanta, Georgia56 contributions47 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"This is not a hotel -- but they will help with great villas."
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aray2209 wrote a tip Jun 2018
london65 contributions71 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"All private villas with something to suit all budgets"
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Laura P wrote a tip Apr 2018
UK60 contributions129 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"if you go further from the club then you get more space & peace & quiet but have to drive to & fro.."
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Peligoni Club
Which popular attractions are close to The Peligoni Club?
Nearby attractions include Askos Stone Park (0.7 miles), Agios Nikolaos Beach (0.05 miles), and Hand Made Gifts (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Peligoni Club?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at The Peligoni Club?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at The Peligoni Club?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Peligoni Club?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Old Windmill, Nobelos Bio Restaurant, and To Nisi.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Peligoni Club?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to The Peligoni Club?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Skinari Windmills (1.8 miles).
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