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PLAZZ: Application lets you book sun-beds across Greece’s beaches

Are you tired of fighting for a place in the sun? Of struggling for a sun-bed or two under the umbrella? A new application has a solution to your problem: Gain immediate access to sun-beds in more than 20 beautiful beaches in Greece. Make a reservation in advance from the comfort of your home or office, and there you go to enjoy a wonderful Greek day with a nice swim and a sun tan.

“Just simply register on the Plazz platform, select the beach of your choice, arrival date & time, pay using your credit or debit card and you are now set to enjoy a rewarding day at the beach!”

You can make your reservation on or download the Plazz application on your smartphone.


According to application developers,

Plazz is the brainchild of one of Greece’s leading digital agencies, re|direct. It came as a result of a year long research on the “seaside experience” and how it could be enhanced.

 In the summer of 2015, Plazz launched with Athens’ premiere beach resort Astir Beach providing a unique customized experience for their clientele and since then the partner network has grown to include locations in Crete, Corfu, Naxos, Santorini, Zakynthos and many others.

According to Plazz founders, Mr. Manos Paterakis and Mr. Lefteris Farmakas:  “We are actively growing our Plazz partner network , and we  aim to cooperate with every major beach in Greece by 2017. We are also very excited as within 2016 we expect to announce our first 3 international partnerships as we expand our partner network outside the Greek boarders, into other geographies”.

 To date, the platform has a growing audience of more than 10,000 users able to select their preferred location and beach bed from the largest network of beach beds (1,200– and growing). Plazz has also INTRODUCED VIP beach beds and Cabanas for a more enhanced beach experience!

 So register with Plazz now, and enjoy a well deserved day at the beach.
Stay tuned as we have more surprises to come!”

*Plaz-z Πλαζ is the Greek word for ‘beach’. From French “plage” 🙂

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  1. “providing a unique customized experience” is an euphemism and BS lingo for taking money out of people’s pockets at the expense of others. Goodbye public beaches, hello privatized and commodified beaches.
    It is funny. This morning I read that the police in Italy is giving fines to people who ‘reserve’ a spot at the beach.

    • keeptalkinggreece

      I don’t think organized beaches are a bad thing. Just think of those who can;t stand to stay for hours under the hot sun. There is always the alternative of free beaches.

      • But free beaches often are bad ones. Look at Montenegro. Fast and slick business people ruined the coastline there with big development projects and the ‘free’ beaches over there are bad and ugly.

        • Giaourti Giaourtaki

          Get yourself an umbrella and try the free beach in front of the Royal family of the Lowlands in Ermioni, guess they’ll have now shower there also and it’s all for free but better bring a homemade base-bat for their security-mercenaries and show’em and let’em eat Greek wood.

  2. I, as a true communist never pay for sunbeds. I just put my towel next to one and sit on the sand. That, for me, is the beach experience = )

  3. Giaourti Giaourtaki

    What about information about beaches without that bullshit, as real Greek beaches don’t have it, it looks so ugly