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Once a sleepy fishing village, this charming spot has emerged as a bustling resort that still manages to keep plenty of its original charm. On Kassiopi holidays you’ll find a picturesque place on the northern coast of Corfu, which is one of the most popular destinations in Greece. Beautiful beaches await you on your holiday to Kassiopi. You can stroll along the paths across the headland to discover pebbly coves, or head to the large shingle bay for water sports fun. The vibrant harbour’s brimming with cafés, bars, restaurants and tavernas, and the nightlife scene is lively, too. Looking for a little culture? Kassiopi Castle (a magnificent Byzantine fortress) towers over the whitewashed village and its central square. When it’s time to cool off, you can head for some family fun he nearby Aqualand waterpark.
Things to do
There are all kinds of things to enjoy during holidays to Kassiopi. For a picnic with a view, pack up your lunch and head up to the ancient castle. from its hilltop location, you’ll see spectacular view across the coast and village. When the sun is shining, wander down to the beaches and relax beside the tranquil waters, or you can have a go at snorkelling in the sea. To see the island from a different perspective, catch a boat trip from the harbour. You’ll also find all kinds of bustling restaurants here where you can while away the evening (with a glass of wine in hand). The seafood restaurants are highly recommended. Travelling with the family? You’ll want to head for a day out at Aqualand, an exciting waterpark with pools and slides galore.
Due to its tucked away location, Kassiopi was an important port and hideaway. The resort boasts a long list of exciting visitors in its varied and fascinating past including Neronas, the King of Rome, who set up the baths of Kassiopi.
Sports and leisure
Despite having a traditional vibe, Kassiopi offers a variety of different activities for children and adults. You can try a range of water sports which include water-skiing and paddleboarding. Kassiopi also offers a diving centre, which gives you the chance to take part in lessons and diving excursions, suitable for both adults and children.
If the water isn’t your thing, you can take a stroll through the picturesque local area on horseback or try mountain biking; the choice really is yours.
With a couple of discos and bars dotted around the harbour and trendier parts of town, Kassiopi offers an exciting and steady nightlife. It has some for those who enjoy a quiet drink as well as those who want to party until the sun comes up. The resort boasts an annual wine festival, which sees a healthy turnout from tourists and locals alike, so head here if you fancy finding a new favourite wine. With live music and Greek dancing, this is a great chance to mingle and get involved in the local culture.
If you also enjoy beer, you’ll find the Arillas Beer Festival is something for you. Just a short 45 minute drive from Kassiopi, you’ll find a range of delicious locally brewed beers, which go perfectly with some local cuisine and live music.
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Sandwiched between the coast and the rolling hills of northern Corfu, you’ll discover the charming village of Roda. This great spot is one of the island’s most up-and-coming holiday destinations. Whether you want a fun-filled beach getaway or a romp through the hills, this Greek island retreat has plenty to offer everyone. When the sun goes down, laid-back family-run tavernas on the waterfront are the perfect place to unwind with a drink in hand. As well as authentic Greek cuisine, you’ll also enjoy a plate of traditional Greek entertainment in this part of town. Holidays here offer the best way to relax, unwind, and experience the mellower side of Corfu.
Things to do
Sandy shores and warm waters await in this island resort. But Roda holidays will take you far beyond the beach. There’s so much spectacular countryside to see; you can head up to the hills to see incredible views across the sparking Mediterranean (by foot or on horseback, it’s up to you). You’ll discover family-friendly adventures over at the local waterpark, which is one of the best on the island. When you get back, dinner and drinks on the waterfront are in order, while the sun sets.
Relaxing on the beach
Roda has a long and golden beach, which is situated alongside the village and is perfect for families and couples alike. It’s perfect if you enjoy a nice stroll in the sun, but like to stay in walking distance of bars and restaurants for when you want a delicious meal or refreshing drink.
Great day trips
Outside of Roda ypu’ll find some great sights and beautiful scenery to explore. With a large choice of different boat tours, you can take a day trip and discover somewhere else new and exciting. Or if you prefer, somewhere else to just sit back and relax.
Try scuba diving
If you like to do something active and exciting on your holiday, then you might want to pay a visit to the scuba diving centre in Roda. Get trained up and ready to dive with some qualified instructors and enjoy the beautiful colours and marine life under the blue Ionian Sea.
With a fun and varied nightlife, there’s something for everyone after the sun goes down in Roda. There are lots of restaurants catering to all kinds of taste buds, from Chinese food to classic English dishes, everyone will be in for a treat. But with so much traditional Greek food available, you’ll be wanting to get fully immersed in the local culture and sample the delicious, traditional delicacies.
Make a splash at a waterpark
If beaches aren’t your thing, but you still enjoy some water based excitement, you’ll just love the waterparks that can easily be accessed from Roda. Perfect for families, parents can sit back and relax while the kids (and any big kids) enjoy the many slides on offer. Sidari Waterpark is one option and the Aqualand Resort Waterpark is another, with relaxing massages to enjoy and boutiques to explore, as well as the slides.
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On the northern coast of Corfu is Sidari, a pretty little village bursting with classic Greek charm. It’s a firm family favourite, with its three sunny beaches, welcoming tavernas and nearby water park. The stunning coastline with secluded coves is made for exploring. Fun-loving grown-ups will want to sample the buzzing nightlife scene, and the main strip is lined with lively bars, pubs and clubs. Whether you want a gentle break or to pick up the pace, you’ll find what you’re looking for on holidays to Sidari.
Things to do
Take a walk along Sidari’s sunny coastline and you’ll see why the beaches are the star of the show here. Whether you want to get a tan or get some water sports action, this is where you’ll want to be. Don’t forget about the cliffs of the Canal d’Amour; from here you’ll have uninterrupted views over the Adriatic Sea. Little (and not so little) ones will love the splash about at the Hydropolis Water Park down the road, where you can ride the slides and grab a bite to eat.
Sidari has several Blue Flag beaches along its stunning coastline. With the eroded, soft rock cliffs, the area is full of striking caves and arches to explore too. Thrilling water sports and scuba diving excursions are available throughout the resort, providing the perfect opportunity to discover the vibrant marine life that dwells offshore.
History and culture
Sidari used to be a small, working fishing village until tourists flocked to experience its stunning views in the 1980s. Today it has grown to accommodate over 17,000 holidaymakers a year and promises to entertain with both modern and cultural things to do. The Canal D’Amour will have you falling head over heels with someone, as ancient legends predicted love on the horizon for anyone to dares to swim its length. And a visit to the 13th century working monastery in nearby Paleokastritsa will give you an insight into Corfu’s ancient history, so make sure you pay a visit here too.
Aside from its beautiful beaches and fascinating fables, Sidari is also celebrated for its vibrant nightlife. Many bars host live music, so sit back, relax and enjoy the show whilst sipping on drinks and cocktails. Maybe you like to put on your dancing shoes or have a go at karaoke? Well, with lots to do around the resort for families, groups and couples, you’re bound to be entertained no matter what your interests.
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