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Spring Break: Kavos, Greece

by Benjamin Kerns

Nov 1, 2018

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Trends / Spring Break

Kavos established itself as a popular spring break destination decades ago, and it’s still going strong as one of the world’s most popular party towns. Beautiful beaches, a seemingly endless strip of nightclubs and bars and more sun than you can soak up, it’s definitely a place that should be near the top of your spring break list.


One of the benefits of Kavos is it attracts many of the same big-name DJs as places like Ibiza, but at half the price. Future Club, Limelights and Club S’ex routinely host the biggest parties throughout the week, with a combination of live music and themes. However, if you can score entrance to one of the superclubs, Cream or Ministry of Sound, you’re in for a wild night of drunken fun. Though they only happen sporadically throughout the year, you can bet you’ll see at least one open up during spring break.


Eidelweiss and Snobs are also popular choices among the millennial crowd, with raging foam parties thrown all week long at each venue, along with the occasional fire show. Seriously, one of them has a habit of setting things on fire.


When you’re not partying or throwing up in the bathroom all morning, the beaches of Kavos offer plenty of activities. Watersports, like jet skiing, water skiing and wakeboarding, are popular in the area, as are parasailing, bungee jumping and catapulting.


There are plenty of options for accommodations, but local favorites include the right-on-the-beach Roussos Studios and the Cavos Beach House, which boasts its own bar. Wherever you choose to stay, you’re sure to have a great time, even if you won’t remember most of it.




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