Being small and friendly, Kavos is a brilliant destination for your first party holiday abroad. And as a backup you’ve got the support from our in resort rep team who are out and about at the events helping you have the best week of your life! Natalia Kantas was a Kavos host in 2020 and has some priceless advice for your 2023 party holiday to Kavos.
1. That First Crazy Holiday.
Because Kavos is so small, it is really popular for 17 and 18 year olds having their first holiday away from their parents. Within a day guests know their way around, it’s reassuring for them to bump into the same people on their holiday and makes it easy for them to get to know others. Reps are also always easy to find if you need any help or just need to know where your next event is. There’s also a really big selection of events on, so guests pick and choose what they want to go to.
2. Lost Phones and Lost Friends.
One of the most common things you hear from guests is that they have lost their phone, this happens literally all the time. Bum bags are always going to be your friend for keeping phones and money safe. If it’s not the phone, then it’s the friends who are sometimes getting lost! We walk them back to their hotel, and usually their friends are sitting right there! We’ll ask why they left their friend, and they say “oh, we forgot.” It’s hard to get lost in Kavos because the resort is so small, but no matter where you go, don’t leave your friends alone at any point!
3. Paint Party at Atlantis.
Atlantis is a club right on the beach and every Saturday it has a Super Paint Party with 2000 litres of paint. It’s great fun but you look a complete sight at the end of it. Last season, the Party Hard hosts got to be in charge of spraying all of that paint on 1500 clubbers! Loaded up with suction guns full of paint, no-one was getting out of there paint-free. You can grab one of our Party Hard T-shirts if you don’t fancy ruining that favourite top – but the paint should wash out so don’t worry – let’s get messy!
4. Cheap and Cheerful.
One of the biggest reasons to come to Kavos is how cheap it is! For €9 or about £8 you can get a 3 course meal at Big Max’s Diner. Desperado’s is good for Mexican food, and for €10 you get 1 hour pre-drink open bar at Quayside Village. It’s where everyone goes before going out. With a bottle of beer costing around €2.50 in a bar and €4 in a club – nice and kind to that wallet!
5. Best Tunes
The other great thing about Kavos is the music, there’s something for all tastes. A big favourite is Rocky’s Bar for cheese music and Club Trinity for big names like Tom Zanetti. Of course, we have to mention Future club, home to Trinity, Traffic Light Party and Welcome to the Jungle. You’ll be partying all night to the sounds of your favourite tunes from the biggest and best DJs from around the world. With top DJs performing like Tom Zanetti, Sigala, Joel Corry, Meduza, James Hype and Nathan Dawe, you’re in for a night to remember.
6. Welcome to the Jungle
Kavos was one of the first resorts to get Party Hard Travel’s new event for 2018, Welcome to the Jungle. It was massive. We had Joel Corry, Danny T and Chet Sket hit the stage at Atlantis and it quickly become one of the most popular events in Kavos.
7. Quayside Village
Somewhere you’ll probably become familiar with is Quayside village – host to many a pool party and a chance to meet like-minded Party Harders. Quayside Village is also a Hotel and is the top party hotel in Kavos. The hotel is situated near the top of the strip, just past the Beetle Bar, and is the ideal place to start a night out. Quayside Village Hotel is for the Party Harder who wants the full partying experience, and is fast on the way to becoming one of the best party hotels in all of Europe! For summer 2022, there’ll be Champagne sessions pool party, Baywatch pool party, White Project and the Booze cruise afterparty! Plus, you can get all of this for FREE on our Ultimate Events Package when you book your 2022 holiday with us – bargain!