Just north 3km north of Dassia is Ipsos.  The narrow beach, where there are a variety of watersports, runs the whole length of the resort.  The road that is parallel to the beach creates a ‘strip’ where the nightlife is lively, making it a resort popular with those who want to party to the small hours.  It is very popular with English and Italian visitors.

At a Glance

Places to Go

Mon Repo Palace

Mon Repo Palace is on Analipsis Hill on the edge of the ancient city of Corfu. Built by the British Commissioner Frederic Adams as a gift for his Corfiot wife in 1826. It is a small but very beautiful building with stunning gardens. In 1864 after the Unification of Greece it became the summer residence of the Greek Royal family and was the birth place of Prince Philip.

The New Fortress

Started in 1577 and completed in 1588, the New Fortress was built on the Hill of St. Mark and is on two levels. The lower was to protect the port and the upper to protect the city. As a Naval look out point and protected by a deep moat, the New Fortress was instrumental in protecting Western Europe from Turkish invasion. There are tunnels that link the Old and New Fortresses, but are not open to the public.

Corfu Town

Corfu Town has much to offer even the most well travelled visitor. The art galleries and museums, of which there are more than a dozen, hold regular exhibitions. The town’s three brass bands, symphony orchestra, opera company, choir, contemporary and traditional dance groups and drama societies guarantee a full programme of musical and theatrical events.

Mount Pantokrator

At 906m high Mount Pantokrator is the highest point on Corfu. On a clear day at the summit, and despite it being 130km away, it is possible to see Italy, as well as the whole of Corfu and Albania. At the top is café for tourists who have reached the summit either on foot or by car, a well and a telecommunications tower. The church dates from 1689; however in 1347 the first monastery was built with the help of the Perithians.

Mon Repo Palace
New Fortress Corfu
Corfu Town
Unnamed Road, Kerkira 490 83, Greece

    Things to Do

  • The sailing station is based inside the Gouvia marina. The marina is the first privately owned marina in Greece.
    The Marina is fully organised, offering facilities and services of high standards. You can hire the best yacht for your sailing holidays. Skippered or bareboats.

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  • The KALYPSO STAR is a specially constructed boat for undersea cruises. With its 18m length and 5.5m width. It is made of aluminium and unbreakable glass, and controlled by instruments of the highest accuracy. KALYPSO STAR gives the opportunity to explore and enjoy the fascinating and intricate world beneath the sea.

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  • Achillion Palace
    Located in the village of Gastouri, the route to the Achillion Palace takes you along coastal roads and through a landscape of orange, lemon and olive groves. Built in 1890 by the tragic Empress Elisabeth of Austria, the magnificent palace was designed with the mythical hero Achilles as its main theme.

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  • Vidos is a ten minute boat ride from Corfu, with boats leaving every hour during the summer months.
    Given its name by the French, the small Islet of Vidos lies opposite Corfu Town. Originally known Ptyhia or Hera, today it is a protected nature reserve and has many rare types of flora and fauna. There are 3 beautiful beaches and a taverna and cafeteria for refreshments.

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