About This Line
Bringing small children to the Greek islands may not always feel enriching for everyone involved, but Louis Cruises welcomes kids of all ages and is child-friendly. Cabins and restaurants accommodate families. Discounts and specials aimed at families and children are available throughout the year. A Kids’ Corner has a full daily program of games and activities to keep little sailors happy in addition to a kids’ pool, outdoor play space, a small video arcade, and even a mini golf course. You won’t find elaborate bowling alleys, waterslides, or rock-climbing walls on vessels, which are modest in size and moderate in amenities offered; however, shore excursions into interesting ports of call, village hikes, and donkey rides to archaeological sites usually provide enough stimulation to interest even the most bored toddler or teen.
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