Welcome to our accommodations. 

Our main duty and interest is to assure our visitors' health. With high sense of responsibility and by taking into account all the safety measures that have been announced, we would like to notify our visitors of the bellow:

1) Our visitors should be equipped with (surgical) masks while being in the common areas of our accommodations.

2) Disinfection in the interior and the common areas will be held daily and regularly throughout the day.

3)In all the rooms and common areas there will be antiseptics for disinfection purposes.

4) During the visitors' arrival their temperature will be taken for safety reasons and even daily only if they wish so.

5) Breakfast will be received from the buffet by following all the security distances or it can even be consumed in the room if applicable.

Given the difficult circumstances that we all have to face, lets all try responsibly to measure up to the demands of the basic health restrictions so as to protect our clients/ visitors and our staff In order to create eligible visitor conditions

Thank you for your understanding.

On behalf of the Personell and Administrator

The operation of Fotinos Ioannis,called "ta Kumata"(waves), provides A'class rooms to let,4km away from the port of Kamariotissa.

Here you can find renovated,comfortable and cool rooms,bright and airy,with private bathroom,fridge,tv,balcony with panoramic sea view and two spacious parking lots,right on the beach,in a green environment with specially designed areas for children and an organized beach.

With a nice exterior shaped traditionally with wooden frames,gazebos and a tiled roof, large patio with lots of greenery ,and an elevated patio for visitors to enjoy the Aegean Sea.

There is also a restaurant on the premises with delicious traditional dishes and they take on the responsibility for organizing all kind of events.We are waiting for you to experience the traditional hospitality and our courteous services and spend the most enjoyable holiday by the sea,viewing amazing sunsets overlooking the deep blue of the Thracian sea.