The biggest problem was mosquitoes. We really couldn't stay outside after sunset, even with tons of mosquito repellent. Apparently there is a swamp nearby. We had to stay in our room with the windows shut and the air conditioning on. The air conditioning hadn't been cleaned though and it smelled really badly. A technician came and cleaned it during our first night, but I very much doubt it was properly cleaned, as he used an oven spray. To lock our door we had to remove a card from the room's master electricity switch, which also switched off the fridge. The breakfast is really basic, I decided to skip it and go to Naousa for a proper breakfast after the second day, even though it was included in the price. The beach was terrribly crowded and there were no umbrellas left after 10:30-11:00 am, even though they were supposed to be included in the price of the room. The WiFi almost never worked in our room and in most of the areas of the camping. There was either no WiFi signal at all, or the connection was slower than a dial-up. We paid approx. 75 Euro per day for a room with 3 beds. We found out that there are much cheaper and better rooms on the Gold Coast beach of Paros, which is also a larger and quieter beach.
The personnel were mostly friendly and willing to help. The camping looks like a little village, especially the bungalows, where we stayed. The camping is right on the beach. Parking inside the camping was easy.