PELAGOS HOTEL

GREECE

Our pole camp will take place in Santorini Island, known for its fantastic candy-colored houses carved into cliffs. 

The beauty of this volcanic island will awaken your senses and be the perfect location for your next pole holidays.

You will stay in a beautiful hotel in Santorini, located just in front of Baxedes beach, among vineyards and gardens.

You will be able to choose to swim in the beach of the hotel, or in one of the nearby beaches (Columbo, Paradisos, Pori), or to take a dive in the amazing swimming pool (10m x 20m)!! 

Organic cuisine 

There is also a fully equipped bar and a nice restaurant, where you will relax drinking a coffee or cocktail and trying traditional greek cuisine next to the swimming pool and in the shade of the vineyards. They cultivate typical local varieties of fruits and vegetables without adding any artificial fertilizers, pesticides or growth accelerators and they offer their customers a wide range of Greek, traditional dishes using as many ingredients as thy can from their own produce. You will enjoy their organic cuisine!

Traditional Cycladic bungalows among gardens 

 

In perfect harmony with the landscape, the hotel consists of traditional Cycladic bungalows among gardens and pots filled with local plants and flowers. Plus, there is also a massage center, a yoga hall and a pole dance space. Everything is at the same place so that you can fully dedicate your time here to pole dancing, relaxing, visiting and having fun :)

And you will still have some free time to visit Oia (the famous and amazing buildings with blue roofs), go to different beaches, taste some wine in different vineyards, go kayaking, visit an archeological site… according to your wishes! :) Non polers are also welcome as it is a beautiful place to discover and they can enjoy the location, the beach, the swimming pool, the massage center and some yoga classes.

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