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Porto Sabatiki
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Reviewed 7 July 2013

Just steps from the sea this simple hotel makes every penny worth! Clean rooms nice food in the taverna underneath friendly personnel. Not fancy rather basic but really nice! Many fantastic places and beaches also around, go to Fokianos beach some 30 kms from Sabatiki and choose one of the plenty private beaches, great place also for hiking.

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank yannis60
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Reviewed 29 October 2012

We have just left this hotel and had a wonderful one night stay there. We were the only guests and the only tourists in the village, but it was a warm and friendly welcome. (We were travelling right at the end of the season at the end of October). Our food was made specially for us for our evening meal and we were given a huge breakfast with freshly squeezed orange AND bacon and eggs!!!!!! All for 40 Euro!!!!!!! The real Greece, without a doubt. Will go back!

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled with friends
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Thank Karen B
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Reviewed 27 August 2012

PORTO SABATIKI

Porto Sabatiki is a small friendly hotel, genuinely on the beach in the small fishing village of Sabatiki.

FOOD

Attached to the hotel is a wonderful seafood taverna owned and run by the proprietor Tassos ( pronounced Dassos) which serves fresh local seafood , local vegetables and traditional Greek dishes. The food is amongst the best my wife and I have tasted in 25 years of holidaying in Greece ( don't worry if you are not keen on seafood, there are many traditional meat and vegetable dishes on offer) there is no set menu, but our waiter was able to recite the entire extensive range on offer, and offer advice on local dishes that are seasonally available at very reasonable prices. Breakfast consists of continental style bread and jam , greek yoghurt and honey, freshly squeezed orange juice and coffee or tea.

THE HOTEL

Our room at the hotel was of a usual standard for Greece, and was immaculately clean, our balcony overlooked both the sea and the small fishing harbour with its small fleet of traditional fishing boats that sail quietly in and out all day . The room was fitted with free air conditioning, and a proper size fridge, and the downstairs self catering apartments had a full size and fully equipped kitchen. The staff and proprietor of the hotel were extremely friendly and helpful , and did their utmost to make our stay a happy one. The beach is a narrow strip of shingle with little or no vehicular access and the hotel has umbrellas and tables on it where they will be more than happy to serve you with food and drink from early in the morning until well into the night (a real recipe for a very lazy holiday) The sea was extremely calm and warm with no currents, and many people spent their entire day floating on inflatables. We went in the height of the season in August, and I doubt if at any time there were more than 60 people on a beach of about 1`/2 mile in length.

If you are looking for a quiet and relaxing holiday I would highly recommend Porto Sabatiki, If however you are looking for lively resort with satellite TV and a wild nightlife I suggest you look elsewhere.

My wife and I had the most relaxing holiday we have had in years, and fully intend to return next year, we very much enjoyed the ' Greekness' of the hotel and surrounding area and the genuine friendliness of both the staff and the local people. In fact, the proprietor Tassos, insisted on coming in early on the day of our departure to make us a coffee, run us and our luggage up to the bus stop, flag down the bus and tell the conductor where we were going, truly an oustanding example of Greek hospitality!!!!

HOW TO GET THERE

You could fly into Athens and hire a car, or you could fly to Kalamata, but my wife and I have found flights there to be somewhat expensive and car hire and public transport can be a little haphazard so we flew to Athens and travelled by public transport.

HOW WE DID IT

My wife and I flew into Athens airport from the UK ( there are many different scheduled flights BA.Olympic Easyjet etc), but we flew by Aegean airways, finding their service very competitively priced and of exceptional quality.

On arrival at Athens we picked up the E93 shuttle bus ( tickets available at a booth 24 hrs to the right of the airport exit) at a cost of 5 Euro;s each, to the main bus station in Athens ( the buses run approx every 1/2 hour 24 hours a day) Be sure to validate your ticket in the machine on the bus or you could end up with a hefty fine.

On arrival at the bus station please be aware that there are not many signs in Grenglish (Greek using English letters) and consequently a phrasebook with the Greek alphabet in it will be most useful. There is a large ticket hall at the station and you will want to purchase a ticket for the Arcadia lines bus headed for Leonidion. the window for this is located opposite the entrance to the ticket hall and a little off to the right the tickets cost approx 20 Euros per person one way, and will be issued with a reserved seat number. The leonidion bus departs from bay 20 or 21 (although you should check it has not changed) Make sure you have used the toilet before boarding the bus as the journey takes about 3 1/2 hours, and i would recommend taking water with you. KTEL buses are modern well serviced air conditioned and run on a reasonably accurate timetable, with the first bus for Leonidion leaving at about 8.15 am.
The bus travels for the most part along the coast road and has some of the most spectacular views in Greece , there is a bus stop at the top of the road into Sabatiki, but don't worry if you miss it, the last stop at Leonidion is only about 5 miles away and a taxi back will only cost 10-12 Euros.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank mark and fay h
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Reviewed 7 August 2017
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  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 8 July 2017
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  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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