Corfu/Kerkyra, the capital city of the island, is justifiably regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in Greece and is recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Take a look for yourself. The old city with its labyrinth of winding alleyways, dreamy piazzas and the elegant shopping mile ranges to the West of the Esplanada. Don’t miss the vibrant, typically Southern market.
Kavos has 850 residents and is Corfu’s most southern resort. This hospitable coastal town is an absolute paradise for sun-seekers: it not only has its very own sandy beach but many of the most beautiful beaches Corfu has to offer are also located close by. The gloriously hilly hinterland sets a picturesque backdrop for the beaches and offers breathtaking panoramic views across the olive groves ranging as far as the eye can see out to the Mediterranean Sea. Cape Asprovachos with its Panagias Cloister ruin, the Dragotina and Cape Arkoudila these highlights of every visit to Corfu are all located fewer than 4 kilometres away from Kavos. The town offers an outstanding array of tourist activities. The range of water sport activities is extensive and diverse. Shops, restaurants and bars cater to meet the every wish of their international guests and yet still preserve their unmistakable, authentic Greek flair.
Kavos resort is only 100 metres away from one of the most beautiful stretches of sandy beach on the island of Corfu.
Kavos has 850 residents and is Corfu’s most southern resort.
Corfu has something special to offer in every season: April, May, September and October are the perfect months for hiking or rambling along the coast or amongst the extensive olive groves.
We can also organize your transfer on the date of your arrival and departure from the airport to the hotel and back.