Youngsters flock to Kavos in the summer months making it one of the liveliest resorts in the Mediterranean.


Kavos is the most southerly holiday resort on the island of Corfu approximately 46 kilometres from Corfu Town. By local standards this may sound remote but wait until you get there. You will be greeted by over one hundred bars, many restaurants and not forgetting the Kavos discos. Over the years this resort has become the liveliest place in Corfu and definitely the place to be for young people or the young at heart, who want to party until dawn.

Who holidays in Kavos?

Youngsters flock to Kavos in the summer months making it one of the liveliest resorts in the Med.

Destination Profile

Kavos is a fast-paced party destination, a lively resort it is the place to be for the young and the young at heart. The Kavos strip offers a blend of nightlife including bars, clubs and restaurants whilst the coastline offers long sandy beaches and a mix of activities. 


  • Superb long sandy beaches
  • Lively nightlife
  • Choice of restaurants, bars/ discos

Things To Do

If you're seeking to participate in one of the many activities Kavos holidays has to offer, you will not be disappointed. Popular activities for those taking holidays in Kavos include:-

  • Golf
  • Mountain biking
  • Watersports.

Exciting Excursions During Kavos Holidays

Make your holidays to Kavos extra special and book one of our wonderful excursions, we have a range of excursions that have been carefully selected to cater for everyone's interests. Some of our most popular excursions are:-

Kalypso Star and Corfu Town: Experience the magic of the capital of the island, meander through the cobbled streets and then marvel at the underwater delights on our glass bottom boat.

Aqualand: If you're 4 or 64 there's fun for all the family at the largest water park Corfu has to offer.

Paxos and Anti Paxos: Sail the Ionian Sea to these tranquil islands, unforgettable crystal waters slapping the harbour fronts, untouched scenery and an opportunity to swim in some of the most inviting waters in Greece.

Paxos and PargaDouble delight: Sail the Ionian Sea to the mainland of Greece to the village of Parga protected by the Venetian castle. Explore the quaint village or simply relax in one of the chic cafe bars on the front. Then onto something completely different the island of Paxos virtually untouched by tourism, an organic island with some of the most outstanding scenery in all of Greece.

Island Tour: Join us and visit some of the most famous spot on the Emerald Island. The guide is desperate to share the knowledge and legends of Corfu. Monasteries, Churches, scenery, view points, museums, magnificent statues and much more this day certainly has something to please everyone.

Scuba Diving: Now it's time to get wet!!! With your very own personal instructor explore the depths that lie below.

Albania Cruise: Discover a land that is so very different to that of Europe. A short boat journey but years away is Albania, visit the ruins of Butrint with our guide or simply explore on your own.

Greek Night: From Splashing around to Smashing - The Greek Night Extravaganza. An all inclusive night, live entertainment - singers, dancers, plate smashing, fire dancing, great four course menu, free flowing wine, transport to and from the venue what more could you ask for. A truly spectacular evening for all the family.

Trinity: You may never get to see famous DJs in the UK well here's your chance in Corfu. Every week a different one to take you into the early hours on the next day, Trinity simply rules in Kavos.

Bar Crawl: Let the Olympic team take you around the best bars on the famous strip of Kavos. A night it would be rude not to join in with !!!!

For further information and to secure your place on all the above exciting days and nights out, see your Olympic representative in the resort. The best time to book would be at the Welcome Get Together on the day after arrival.

Things To See

The Archaeological Museum: Even if you're not a devotee of ancient history or museums, you should take an hour to visit this small museum. The museum contains a wealth of archaeological finds from Corfu, including many from the Temple of Artemis in Corcyra (the ancient capital) on the peninsula south of modern Corfu Town. From the Temple of Artemis is the attic (pediment) that has a well-preserved Archaic sculpture of Medusa and from the Tomb of Menecrates a funerary statue of a crouching lion.

The Museum of Asian Art: In Corfu town, the centre piece of the museum is the collection of Chinese porcelains, bronzes, and other works from the Shang Dynasty (1500 B.C.) to the Ching Dynasty (19th c.). There are also strong holdings of Japanese works - woodblock prints, ceramics, sculpture, water colours, and netsuke (carved sash fasteners). You may not have come to Greece to appreciate Asian art, but this is one of several unexpected delights in Corfu.

Achillion Palace in Gastouri: The site of the summer palace of the Empress Elisabeth of Austria and the last Kaiser. This palace was built in 1892, at a beautiful spot on top of a mountain overlooking the sea on one side, and the mountains on the other side. There is a small museum in the building which has relics and ordinary objects from the empress collection and portraits her and her time on Corfu. It's a lovely day trip because the views are excellent and the building is a very impressive classical style monument with a breathtaking garden.

Pelekas: A lovely village set on a hill, whose summit is the best place from which to watch the sun go down. Pelekas has something for everyone. Whether you are looking for sandy beaches and tavernas fringed by timeless olive groves; watersports and nightlife; traditional food and drink; you will always find a warm welcome in Pelekas.