The Ski Camps are seminars that are made for the first time in Greece. Are based on European standards and aim the proper and orderly learning to ski at all levels. For this year we organize three camps, beginner, advanced and free ride. All three seminars aim is apart from the practice, an update on materials, proper technique, the operation of the ski, the dangers of the mountain, etc.

Systematic: The lessons are in groups max. 8 people. A total duration of 4 hours with an hour break each day. Here we apply the method used by teachers in the Austrian Alps. Given year the student has to-day contact with the ski and through modular exercises to understand the technique of skiing.

Theory: In the central hall of the chalet are theoretical courses on the history of skiing in the world and in our country, the choice of materials, the rules of skiing and ski centers, theory on the technique of skiing etc.

Video analysis: A very good method for improving technique, used by sports teams, schools,instructors. Watching our mistakes we learn and you improve!

Recreation: Skiing is not no fun! Beautiful nights in the chalet and the surrounding villages of the ski area…

We created 3 different camps to give an opportunity for all those wishing to participate can continue to improve their techniques.

Family Camp: A weekend for the whole family! In this Camp can participate both younger and older beginners and advanced! The skiing is learned through fun and at the end we organize a game where everybody wins!

Technical training Camp: The Camp is for those who want to learn properly the first steps, and for those who want to improve and correct their technique. In the theoretical part is video analysis and presentation materials skiing.

Free Ride Camp: The ideal destination in Greece for freeride is Vasilitsa! In this Camp learn techniques for off piste,  enjoying the slopes of the mountain.A good skiing of level 3 is required



Day 1 (Friday): Meeting at the chalet where they spend the night, meeting with all participants and teachers, receiving equipment for those who do not have.

Day 2 (Saturday) at 10:00 am start the lesson on the slopes. The course lasts 4 hours with 1 hour break. 10:00 to 12:00 and 13:00 to 15:00. After a relaxing break at 18:00 is 2 hours theoretical course.

Day 3 (Sunday): At 10:00 a.m. start the lesson on the slopes. The course lasts 4 hours with 1 hour break. 10:00 to 12:00 and 13:00 to 15:00. After class delivery equipment and video analysis.

For more information or reservations contact:

Tel: 6978 845 232


Makis Logiotatidis Ski instructor certified by the Austrian Ski Federation of Teachers of Salzburg (SBSSV)

Responsible for Ski Camps