Sometimes you visit a place and you just can’t wait to tell everyone about it. Flisvos Sport Club on the beautiful island of Naxos in Greece is such a place. A friend told me about it, and off we went! It fits perfectly into our dream holiday destination; relaxing, sporting and amazing food. I had quite some high expectations and I can only say this is truly a place out of thousands!Flisvos Seaside Studios
We are staying in a seaside studio and it seems like we actually stepped into a interior design magazine. I think I’m in love! Owner Mieke poured all her love and passion into it. She thought about every detail; coordinated colours, beautiful materials and beach quotes. Everything in respect with the charming Greek style. It’s a huge source of inspiration for my new home :) And the icing on the cake, a lovely garden where we can catch the sun all day long.
Good food makes or breaks my stay. After all, holiday is going from meal to meal, right? So Flisvos Sport Club is the perfect place to stay. Nothing but props for the chef! Especially all the different salads and juices makes me smile all day long. Add the friendly prices to it and you have a match made in heaven.#Tip: Irresistible: beetroot salad, watermelon salad and of course: the traditional Greek salad.
Water sports paradise
In case you are looking for more than just relaxing, Flisvos Sport Club is a mecca for water sport lovers. Let me steal a line from their site right here; “A paradise for beginners, experienced windsurfers and experts. A unique combination between a perfect flat-water area in a shallow laguna and one of the best wave spots in the Aegean Sea.” (Stay tuned for part 2 about my water sport adventures!).Home away from home
It feels like one big family here, without the pressure of having to be super social all the time. Everyone is happy, friendly and enjoys living the laid back beach lifestyle. This is your home away from home. (And they have good wifi! That makes the online girl in me extra happy :)How to get to Naxos
In just over three hours you fly from Amsterdam to Mykonos. From there you take the taxi to the port (5 minutes) and buy a ticket for the ferry to Naxos. We took the ‘slow ferry’ for € 17 p.p. (1 hour, 20 minutes). Another option is fly to Athens and take a domestic flight to Naxos.
Girls just wanna have sun!
(P.S. Our plan was to visit the island Mykonos after Naxos. We had to cancel that plan, because the ferries are on strike. But we don’t mind at all:)