"Kavos holidays offer the perfect balance of relaxation and indulgent celebration"
At the southern tip of Corfu is one of Europe’s most popular clubbing resorts; a gorgeous Greek paradise of long stretching beaches and bright blue oceans that transforms into a swirling, hedonistic party wonderland in the nights. Kavos holidays offer the perfect balance of relaxation and indulgent celebration. The resort comes with a five mile strand of golden sand lined with sun loungers and umbrellas, the ideal spot to relax as you listen to the shallow water lap gently at the shore. Further out to sea, you can get a bit more active with a banana boat or doughnut ring ride; or maybe try your hand at jet skiing or waterskiing. There’s even bungee jumping and cage catapulting on offer if you’re in for a real adrenaline rush.
As the sun sets, it’s time to freshen up and head out to the main strip which is a party animal’s paradise, densely packed with bars and clubs. The clubs are generally cheap to get into and feature international DJs and famous club nights. You can also hop aboard a ‘booze cruise’ and enjoy partying the night away on a boat in the Mediterranean. If you’re looking for a holiday with legendary night life, plenty of exciting activities, and a relaxing place to top up your tan, then Kavos holidays are for you!
What to do on Kavos holidays
If you’re looking to get away from the bustle of the hotels, bars and clubs in town, or travelling with the family, then sign up for a boat trip. Lie back on the deck with a cold beer and soak up the Mediterranean sunshine, then stop off for a barbecue before getting back on board to relax. Around an hour’s bus journey away is Aqualand, one of Corfu’s best waterparks. The park has some incredible water slides, a lazy river, and some great swimming pools to keep cool in under the hot grecian sun.
If you’re in the mood to do something a little more cultural then take a trip to Corfu Town, which is the island’s capital. Keep an eye out for the old fortress with its tunnels and look-out points, the sixteenth century St. Spiridon’s church, and Mon Repos palace, which is the birthplace of Prince Philip. There’s also an arcade of elegant cafés in the Esplanade area of town where you can relax before heading back to Kavos to party in the evening, or simply spending the night relaxing in one of the many hotels of the resort.
Where to go out on holiday in Kavos
The nights get going long before the sun goes down in Kavos. Cocktails on the beach are generally the best way to kick things off, followed by heading onto the strip where there are pubs and sports bars to keep you going until everyone hits the clubs. With outrageous drinks offers (cocktails are usually ‘2 for €5’), internationally renowned DJs and some of the world’s best club nights, there really isn’t anything like a Kavos party.