Introducing holidays to Ipsos
The beautiful beach resort of Ipsos lies on the north east coast of Corfu in Greece. It is just 9km northwest of Corfu Town, the capital of Corfu. This lively resort is the ideal holiday destination for small groups, families and those looking for a fun-packed holiday in the sun. So head to Ipsos for your summer holiday this year!
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At a glance
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Greek
- Time Zone: GMT +2
- Average flight time: 3h 15m
When to go
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Life’s a Beach
There is a lot of fun to be had on a beach holiday in Ipsos with lots of great water sport facilities available such as windsurfing and water skiing. The blue flag awarded beach is perfect for families, with a clean pebbly beach that gently shelves into clear waters – ideal for kids to paddle in! So pick your spot to sunbathe in, sit back and enjoy your beach holiday.
On a holiday in Ipsos, take a walk along the promenade, head to the pretty harbour and take in the views of the mainland and Mount Pandokrator. Why not hop on a water taxi and head to one of the local beaches for a relaxing day in the sun. If you want to venture a bit further afield on your holiday to Ipsos, take a boat trip to Paxos, Antipaxos or Kassiopi. Or you could head to the neighbouring resort of Dassia and try your hand at golf, horse riding with the kids or a bike ride exploring inland on your holiday. Ipsos is ideally located within easy reach of Corfu Town where you can shop till you drop or walk around the archaeological sites and admire the Venetian architecture. Why not take the kids to the museum, or simply find a café where you can sit back and watch the world go by.
Make the most of your holiday to Ipsos and head to the fun-packed water park, Aqualand, where there are lots of rides and chutes to get the adrenalin going.
Once the night sets in, find a local taverna and try some of the traditional Greek dishes in order to refuel in time for a night of dancing till the early hours. With so much on offer, where else would you rather be?