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Delphi Camping will be open from June 1st to December 31st 2020.
COVID-19 Hygienic protocols applied in Delphi Camping

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“Invite them to this sacred place to explore their and our psyche (soul)
along with the relaxation of the holiday”

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WELCOME TO

DELPHI CAMPING

Boven de ingang van de tempel van Apollo in Delphi stond een oud gezegde: ΓΝΩΘΙ ΣΑΥΤΟΝ, wat betekent jezelf kennen. Dit was een aansporing om onszelf zeker te kennen voordat we de andere mensen om ons heen probeerden te leren kennen.

Dit is de filosofie van ons persoonlijk leven en ons bedrijf. Allereerst om ons potentieel te leren kennen en vervolgens met vertrouwen, beleefdheid en bescheidenheid om anderen, onze klanten, te bereiken. Om hen uit te nodigen op deze heilige plek om hun en onze psyche (ziel) te verkennen samen met de ontspanning van de vakantie.

Daarboven in de tempel van Apollo werd ook een ander gezegde geschreven: ΜΗΔΕΝ ΑΓΑΝ, dat niets overdreven zegt, liefhebben bescheiden te zijn. In deze filosofie proberen we onze kinderen te onderwijzen: de matiging, respect voor de universele waarden van vrede, philoxenia (gastvrijheid) en fair play. Respect voor het milieu en leven in harmonie met de natuur.

Delphi Camping is een plek waar de oude metron - matiging - en harmonie samengaan met het Delphische landschap en de oudste olijfgaard van Europa. We kijken ernaar uit u te ontmoeten in Delphi.

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  • UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE

    In Delphi the harmony that bound men and their gods is still apparent. Photographs cannot do justice to the grandeur and serenity of the setting. Nor can words express the emotions that this holy place provokes. The eagles, dispatched by Zeus to find the centre of the earth, met here, at Delphi. This is where the god Apollo founded his sanctuary when he killed the dragon Python. The most renowned oracle in ancient times was located in this corner of Central Greece.

  • DISCOVER

    As picturesque and atmospheric as an island and framed by a beautiful mountainside, this coastal town retains all the prestige and stately air of its nautical legacy. A quiet town in Central Greece, tucked away deep in the Corinthian Gulf, on the coast of the Krisaikos bay, Galaxidi is sheltered from the wind by the reassuring presence of the mountains which range around it.

UNIQUE LOCAL

ACTIVITEITEN

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  • De onderwaterwereld van de Corinthean Golf is uniek. Maak kennis met de duikers van ons gebied die je zullen introduceren de geheimen van de zee.

  • The wines of Delphi have made a name for themselves. Delphi can boast many years of tradition in the art of winemaking.

  • On Mt Parnassos more than 50 trails, unravel through stunning scenery, perfect for hiking lovers.

  • Here the ancient Greeks cultivated olives and produced oil before any other part of Greece did.

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FACILITIES NL

During your holidays in the Delphi Camping, make the most of all the facilities and infrastructures available. With a restaurant, bar, laundry and more, we've thought of everything! Come and enjoy some great times with your family or friends with a glass of something nice at the campsite bar. You can also try some Greek specialities at the restaurant with its panoramic view of the Delphi Valley.

English, French, German, italian, Greek speaking reception.

We accept VISA, MASTER and MAESTRO credit cards.

  • TAVERNA

  • MINI MARKET

  • CARAVANS

  • SWIMMING POOL

Archaeological Site of DELPHI

In Delphi the harmony that bound men and their gods is still apparent. Photographs cannot do justice to the grandeur and serenity of the setting. Nor can words express the emotions that this holy place provokes. The eagles, dispatched by Zeus to find the centre of the earth, met here, at Delphi. This is where the god Apollo founded his sanctuary when he killed the dragon Python. The most renowned oracle in ancient times was located in this corner of Central Greece.

The Delphic landscape, a Unesco World Heritage Monument since 1972, and the archaeological site are a gift from Greece to humanity. Here you will bow to what men and nature made together, a creation beyond place and time. You’ll discover your deeper self, as the power of human potential and divine energy resonate in you. And you will leave with prophecies of your own.

What to do in Delphi 

The navel of the world

Layers of myth and history enhance the natural magnificence of Delphi. It is told that Zeus sent two eagles in opposite directions to determine the fulcrum of all existence. When they met at Delphi, he proclaimed it the “navel of the world”. Tradition also relates that at Delphi a sanctuary existed, dedicated to Mother Earth and guarded by the dragon Python. Apollo, disguised as a dolphin, arrived at Kirra, Delphi’s port, slew the dragon and founded his own sanctuary in its place, the Temple of Apollo.

The Delphic oracle was an important spiritual and religious centre from the 6th century BC to the 4th century AD and rewarded the god-fearing with credible, if ambiguous, prophecies. Ancient pilgrims expressed their gratitude in the form of dozens of magnificent offerings that came to light during excavations.

The Delphic landscape, a trip fit for the gods

You can still feel the divine presence in every atom of this spell-binding location. Two giant cliffs at the foot of Mt Parnassos – the Phaidriades (Shining Rocks) – overlook the oracle and the sanctuary. The surrounding area from Arahova to Kirra is a vast silver-green olive grove. Together they form the famous Delphic landscape. Soothing yet wild, dramatic yet welcoming, it seems to sway to an inaudible score that floods the soul with the music of the gods. 

The Temple of Apollo, the Theatre and the Stadium

Like a worshipper in ancient times, you’ll walk up the Sacred Way to the majestic Temple of Apollo, which was decorated by Athenian sculptors. Pythia issued her prophecies from its inner sanctum. The temple is surrounded by monuments dedicated to the ancient Greek city-states, leaders and ordinary people and the whole place still exudes a unique energy.

Stand before it and look carefully at the ruins. They date from a temple built in 330 BC on the foundations of an earlier Doric temple erected in 505 BC. North of the sanctuary you’ll find the theatre, where music and drama contests were held. Walk even higher and you’ll come to the Stadium, where the Pythian Games took place. 

The Kastalia spring, purifying waters

In a landscape of surreal, mystical beauty, the spring gushes from the base of Phlemboukos rock in the crevice formed by the twin cliffs. It was here that Pythia and her priests washed and purified themselves, as did every ordinary mortal before they approached the Oracle. The history of the oldest fountain dates from the 6th century BC. In the 1st century, the Kastalia of the Rock was created closer to the spring. Niches cut into its sides held offerings left to the nymph Kastalia. You are now at the very source of the myth.

More info: https://www.discovergreece.com/en/mainland/central-greece/delphi

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COVID-19 Hygienic protocols applied in Delphi Camping (2)

Delphi Camping follows and applies all hygienic protocols announced by the Greek governement regarding the COVID-19 pandemic with a heightened sense of responsibility. Our most important concern is the safety of our clients.

The following is a list of the main components of the hygiene protocol:

  • Ongoing disinfection and cleaning of common areas, WC, electric supply boxes etc.
  • Antiseptics and disinfectants in the common areas for use by our guests
  • Maintaining the safety distance between the individual camping pitches
  • Cooperation with a doctor
  • Check-in will take place according to the rules of distance as described in the protocols
  • On arrival you will be informed in detail about the hygiene and safety rules

By applying the above mentioned measures, and with application of the personal hygiene rules by our customers, the Camping Delphi team promises you that we will do our best to make your holiday as safe as possible

Official website regarding the COVID-19: covid19.gov.gr