All Inclusive Holidays to Corfu
Lively Corfu offers unlimited access to eye popping beaches, Greek ruins and resorts well-equipped for holidaymakers big and small. Opt for an All Inclusive stay here and you’ll open the door to even more holiday fun, with buffet meals, drinks and outdoor activities on the menu.
Corfu All Inclusive Holidays
For an All Inclusive holiday with all the perks, try Corfu on for size
Flights from the UK to Corfu take just over three hours, so you’ll be sipping cocktails by the pool in no time at all.
Holidays to Corfu go All Inclusive on a few levels – at hotels, where meals, drinks and activities are part of your package, but the island itself is also a combo deal. Corfu is so close to Italy that it shares a climate with the country, and was once occupied by the Venetians. So really, holidays here are a two-for-one on the Mediterranean scale, too.
St Spyridon is a quiet resort where you’ll often have a free shuttle service to nearby destinations included, plus meals and alcoholic drinks. Messonghi offers a happening nightlife scene, not that you’d need it with drinks covered at your hotel. And Gouvia adds a platinum edge to Corfu, staying here gets you a wealth of hotel activities and dining spots.
Corfu is a top holiday destination for a number of reasons, but one that consistently tops the lists are this island’s array of dazzling beaches. St Spyridon offers two white sand beaches, one of which flies a Blue Flag. It’s not about noisy watersports here but pure and simple relaxation, with the exception of a few leisurely pedalo rides. Walk a little further up the beach and you’ll find tiny rock pools, too.
Gouvia is also home to several beaches that come in the sand, pebble and shingle variety. You’ll find similar laid-back vibes here, though there are definitely more opportunities for watersports. The same goes for lively Messonghi, though its shores are guarded by a grove of olive trees. On this stretch of Corfu, you can find waterfront tavernas and boat hires, plus rows and rows of sunloungers.
What's included in your holiday
Going All Inclusive usually means you’ll be afforded transport from the airport to your hotel, meals at the buffet restaurant and sometimes a la carte spots, many onsite sporting activities and occasionally alcoholic drinks, though hot and soft drinks are typically part of your package too. Regardless, you should always read the hotel information in advance to see exactly what’s included in your All Inclusive holiday.
Other popular holidays in Greece
If you fancy checking out All Inclusive deals somewhere else in Greece, try Crete or Rhodes. But if you’re set on a holiday to Corfu, take a look at our travel guide for more information on how to plan your perfect All Inclusive break in the Grecian sun. And have a look at the best All Inclusive Corfu hotels available below.
Other popular All Inclusive holidays
The Mare Blue is a 4* resort with a beach on one side and a nature reserve on the other – it’s the ultimate combo. Going All Inclusive here will get you access to the buffet restaurant and one visit to the a la carte spots, a permanent spot beside the pool, live music and shows in the evening and all you can drink until 11pm. If you’re looking to branch out, the hotel also offers shuttle service to the nearby resorts of Kassiopi and Acharavi. And if you’re travelling with little holidaymakers, you’re still set – the hotel offers a playground, kids’ club and kiddie pool.
The Sentido Apollo Palace exudes traditional Mediterranean villa vibes with lush gardens and one seriously massive pool – it even has a bridge extending across it. You’ve got everything covered here, from buffet meals and snacks, all the drinks you can think of – hot, soft and alcoholic – until the evening, and a wealth of activities, ranging from basketball to aquaerobics. Little ones can delight in a kids’ club and playground, and as if that’s not enough, the resort centre is about a minute away, while the nearest beach is even closer.
The Louis Corcyra Beach Hotel sits on a manmade beach of the same name, though the hotel features its own pool scene. Staying here will keep you nice and full, with a main restaurant and a la carte Asian spot that’s open a few times a week during the summer included, plus a poolside buffet. The hotel itself offers a tennis court and minigolf, along with beach volleyball, though the centre of quiet Gouvia is just a few minutes away. Come nightfall, the entertainment continues with highlights like live music and shows most nights of the week.