Gold Club: Dancing Until Your Feet Hurt
Gold Club was formerly known as Casa. In 2007, the club was remodeled and given its present name.
The club packs up with locals and tourists between 12:30-1am on the weekends. Get there before then and only handfuls of people will be there. But wait a while and the club will be crammed so full that you have to fight your way to the bar for drinks (or just wait for a server to come your way!)
There is a cover charge of 9 Euros per person but you get a coupon for a free drink once inside. Ladies Night is Fridays and ladies get in free and get a drink on the house.
Drinks are a bit on the expensive side at around 9 Euros a drink but they are generous with the alcohol. You'll get about 2/3rds alcohol and 1/3 mixer in most drinks.
Bathrooms are clean and large...you'll just have to fight your way through the crowds to get to them later in the evening. They are located to the left if you are facing the entrance of the club.
Dress Code: Wear whatever you like but most locals dress in casual club wear.
streets of Paralia: Take A Walk!
Paralia gets really busy during the summer. You can see it in the evening as well, when the streets are crowded with people.
Best club with live Greek music: AERIKO
Good greek music, open weekends and holidays, popular with young people and older people like myself as well!