Kalamaki main road is thriving with gift and souvenir shops, local traditional products, leather products, super-markets, jewellery shops and a few clothes and shoes shops, all offering quality products at affordable prices. Here one can find souvenirs, bags, Caretta-Caretta miniatures, pottery and local products such as mantolato and pasteli. The shops remain open during the day, allowing everyone to go shopping at their own pace.
In Kalamaki you can enjoy a stroll on the main road, where the most shops and taverns are situated or even hire a bike and wander at the lush resort. Close to the main road of Kalamaki a mini-golf court is open to all whereas the most adventurous can find a go-kart track on the main Kalamaki-Laganas road. Last but not least, for those who are fond of horse riding, there is a choice of riding a horse inside a fenced area or at Kalamaki beach.
Kalamaki Travel Guide
Located to the east of Laganas past the turtle “no build zone”. Although a busy resort its less of the all night party area than Laganas and is more suited to families. Most of its buildings and shops are located on the main road that runs between this resort, past the airport and towards Laganas. Like Laganas it shares a very long sandy beach that stretches for many miles across the south part of the island.
Kalamaki nightlife is relatively quiet compared to Laganas. There are several bars, pubs and karaoke bars that stay open late. Most of them are encountered at the main road and a couple on the mountain slope offering great views of the resort. Book our Kalamaki Hotels Now