The Top Glamping Sites in Greece

Book a glamping tent at Sails on Kos for an upscale experience in nature
Book a glamping tent at Sails on Kos for an upscale experience in nature | Courtesy of Sails on Kos Ecolux Tented Village / Expedia
Laura Hampson

Forget fancy hotels, the best way to see Greece is by glamping. With bubble domes tucked among olive groves and ultra-luxe safari tents, there’s something for every traveller. Here are the best glamping sites in Greece, all bookable with Culture Trip.

For many travellers, Greece is the chance to escape to another world. Whether you opt for the mainland or the islands, the mountains or the sea, the locals are friendly, the food is divine and the climate is temperate – it’s paradise on the Mediterranean. There are plenty of luxury Greek hotels from which to choose, but if you’re on a budget (and still want an upscale stay) why not try glamping instead? From a chic beachside spot in Kos to a yoga retreat in Rhodes, we chart some of the best places to go glamping in Greece.

NISI Campsite

Camping, Eco-Lodge, Glamping

Round tents with outdoor seating made from wood palettes at NISI Campsite
Courtesy of NISI Campsite / Expedia

With bell tents, domes, tiny houses and bungalows, there’s something at NISI for every glamper. But for a rustic yet stylish stay, opt for the Eco House, which has been made using Greek soil, straw and stone. Inside, there are rattan furnishings and a plush bed, with comfy chairs just outside your front door to make the most of that Greek sunshine.

Vasilikia Mountain Farm & Retreat

Farm, Hotel

Interior dining and kitchen space of an Airstream caravan at Vasilikia Mountain Farm & Retreat
As the name suggests, Vasilikia Mountain Farm & Retreat is tucked amid the mainland mountains in the heart of Oiti National Park. There are cottages, cabins and lodges, but for a true Greek glamping experience, opt for the Airstream Land Yacht, a stylish, metallic caravan with a lounge area, dinette, queen-size bed, and a bathroom with a shower. With some of the best vistas on the farm, it’s the ideal home for a romantic holiday.

Sails on Kos Ecolux Tented Village

Villa, Eco-Lodge, Luxury

A private deck in front of a large tent with outdoor sofa, sun loungers and dining table with chairs at Sails on Kos Ecolux Tented Village
Courtesy of Sails on Kos Ecolux Tented Village / Expedia

Slap bang next to one of the best beaches on the island, Sails on Kos is a bougie beachside retreat for seaview glamping. There are four tent types – villas, safari, glamping and bell – but opt for the glamping tent for a plush bed, sofa, and relaxing Adirondack chairs out front. Spend your days skipping between Marmari Beach and the on-site pool, with films at the outdoor theatre to entertain come nightfall.

Drolma Ling Camping Rhodes

Camping, Glamping

A guest hut with private garden at Drolma Ling Camping Rhodes
Courtesy of Drolma Ling Camping Rhodes / Expedia

On the pretty island of Rhodes, Drolma Line Camping is a yoga and meditation retreat set on land consecrated by Tibetan Buddhist masters. There’s an option to stay in cottages here, otherwise, it’s a BYO tent with 7.5 acres (3ha) of pine forest to pitch up in. The site is open to all those who want to practise yoga and meditation, and there’s yoga teacher training too.

Surfing Beach Village

Camping, Glamping

A covered porch and a plant lined pathway at Surfing Beach Village
Courtesy of Surfing Beach Village / Expedia

While Greek beaches are usually synonymous with calm, crystalline waters, those in the know are heading to the surfing beaches instead. And the best glamping spot in Greece to catch your next wave is the aptly named Surfing Beach Village in Paros. There’s a surf club to join, or you can learn how to scuba dive. When you want to snooze, book into one of the beach huts for direct access to the white sands.

Agrikies Country Retreat

Camping, Glamping

A luxury tent on a raised deck at Agrikies Country Retreat
Courtesy of Agrikies Country Retreat / Expedia

With safari-like tents perched on wooden platforms, the family-owned Agrikies Country Retreat is the first glamping spot in the Peloponnese. These tents have a hotel feel, with a double bed, two single beds and a private bathroom inside. The tents sit in the middle of a Messinian olive tree forest and, when you do want to explore, the fishing village of Marathopoli and Lagouvardos beach are nearby.

Surf Club Keros, Lemnos

Resort, Camping

A luxury tent on a raised deck with a hammock lit up at night at Surf Club Keros
© Surf Club Keros
Lemnos, or Limnos, has unspoiled beaches, incredible nature and a relaxed vibe. Furthermore, it is home to the Surf Club Keros, a windsurfing and surfing resort with a variety of accommodation options perfect if you don’t want to forgo the comfortable amenities. There’s a mix of glamorous safari tents and luxury studios, and all come with air conditioning and ensuite bathrooms.

Club Agia Anna

Resort, Camping

Interior of a large, luxury yurt with modern furniture and enclosed en suite bathroom at Club Agia Anna, Evia
© Club Agia Anna
Ideal for families and groups, Club Agia Anna is on the northeastern coast of the island of Evia, near the village of the same name. This glamping site in Greece, which lies by the beach, includes a series of accommodations, including luxury yurts. These solid structures are decked with flooring, modern furniture, luxurious bathrooms and plexiglass roof caps that allow you to gaze up at the stars. These quirky lodges can accommodate up to six guests.

Santa Maria Surfing Beach


A whitewashed beach hut in Greece surrounded by olive trees.
© Santa Maria Surfing Beach

On Santa Maria Beach, on the northeastern coast of Paros, Santa Maria Surfing Beach is a camping complex offering a variety of accommodation, including a collection of beach huts in a natural setting. These cute cabins for two come with electricity, two single beds and a closet. Ideal for young people and backpackers, they allow for happy moments in nature at an affordable price.

Armenistis Camping & Bungalows


A guest cabin with private deck on a lawn at Armentistis Camp in Sarti, Halkidiki
© Armenistis Camping

In Sarti, in the picturesque region of Halkidiki, Armenistis Camping & Bungalows is conveniently located by the beach and has a collection of living spaces for all tastes, plus a restaurant, café, bar and sports facilities. Opt for a luxury safari tent, which has a private kitchen, spacious living room, bedrooms, a private shower and an outdoor area. But you can also choose a sturdy sea-view tent, equipped with a double bed and a sofa bed or bunk bed, a kitchen, and an outdoor patio with a sea view. For big groups, the youth hostel tents are ideal.

Akti Oneirou


Luxurious guest cabins on a beachside lawn at Akti Oneirou, Halkidiki
© Akti Oneirou

On the Sithonia peninsula in Halkidiki, near Vourvourou Bay, the luxury camping ground of Akti Oneirou lies in a natural environment with a private beach. Comprising a series of bungalows, caravans, mobile homes and small wooden houses, Akti Oneirou also includes a beach bar and a restaurant. It’s also a popular wedding venue, given the peaceful and pleasant surroundings.

Bubble Tents

Camping, Glamping

A fourposter bed under a clear roof at Bubble Tents
Courtesy of Bubble Tents / Expedia

Perched on a Halkidiki hilltop, surrounded by hundreds of fragrant olive trees, Bubble Tents allows you to sleep under the stars. With four-poster beds and see-through rooftops, the tents at this Greek glamping site are the epitome of luxury. Each has a private garden, private loo, and a hot tub for when you want to switch up your stargazing spot.

Ethel Dilouambaka contributed additional reporting to this article.

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