What is it?

A small, but very cool bar where you can listen to great music from the 60s and 70s, and, if you're very lucky, find yourself roundly abused by Costas, who acts like he owns the place, mainly because he does.

Open March to October from 8.00pm until Costas has had enough of you.

Where is it?

Agios Mamas on the Greek island of Spetses, in the Argo-Saronic Gulf.

What else?

Er - that's it, pretty much. If you find yourself in Spetses you should probably come and have a drink here. We like it.

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Closing Night 2008



This section of the site is run as a courtesy for visitors to the bar and the island. Mention of businesses or services in this section does NOT imply any approval by, or relationship with, Bar Spetsa.

A good place to start for travel and general information about Spetses is this website: Spetses Direct.

The only obvious omission is that they don't give details about the frequent Hellenic Seaways Flying Dolphin or Ferry Services. If you want to find out about their services click here. The link will take you to an online booking page. Don't panic! The first steps will show you what times the services run.

Getting to Spetses by road.

With the development of the roads in preparation for the Olympics, it is now easier to get to Spetses by car. The trip can take as little as 2 1/2 hours to Kosta, which is the nearest point on the mainland to the island. Once at Kosta, you can either get the Katerina Star ferry, or a sea taxi (about €20 per trip NOT per person)

You can hire a car from the airport, and it will be collected for you at Kosta (you cannot bring cars on to the island), or you can take a taxi. The taxi costs about €200. You might have trouble getting a taxi from the airport to take you. If you want to pre-book a taxi, one service is: Michael Nakis (based in Porto Heli) - tel: 693 7311 000, email: [email protected]