Louis Kerkyra Blue

Holidays to Corfu don’t get much better than at the Louis Kerkyra Blue. Part of the Greece-wide Louis Hotels group, it’s a four-star All Inclusive hotel with landscaped gardens and a seafront location, close to Corfu Town. Spend your days relaxing around the pools or get active on the beach playing volleyball or taking a pedalo out. The Family and Sports team will keep everyone entertained with a packed activity programme, and in the evenings enjoy live performances in the outdoor amphitheatre. And you can dine and drink in one of the six restaurants and bars on site. With a creche, Kids’ Club and the Hangout for teenagers, the hotel has all the facilities you’d want on a family-friendly holiday.

Overview of Alykes Potamos, Corfu

Alykes Potamos, on the east coast of Corfu, is perfect for a family holiday. This peaceful coastal town has a pine-backed sandy beach, pretty whitewashed houses topped with terracotta roofs and friendly tavernas serving authentic Greek cuisine. For jet-skiing and scuba diving to get the adrenaline pumping head for the shingle beaches of Gouvia and Dassia, minutes down the road, where you can also mingle with locals and tourists over an Ouzo at the beach bars.

Things to do in Alykes Potamos, Corfu

The Louis Kerkyra Blue is just 10 minutes from the capital, Corfu Town. Get your culture fix when you visit its two fortresses and Liston, an arched colonnade flanked with cafes and restaurants. The Palace of Saint Michael and Saint George is worth a visit, too, it’s home to the Museum of Asian Arts, a library and pretty landscaped gardens. While you’re there, you can pick up some souvenirs in the market and shops near the new fortress. The kids will love a visit to Aqualand, a massive waterpark 10 minutes from Alykes Potamos. Think water-filled playgrounds, slides, a lazy river and a wave pool. Book your trip to Alykes Potamos now and enjoy a truly remarkable holiday in beautiful Corfu.

Resort Summary

Alykes Potamos’ beach is divided in half by a row of juniper trees. On one side of these is the southern half of the beach, which is simple and relaxing. Sand and sea, without any frills or extras – this is the perfect place to kick back and read, or bathe in the Ionian Sea with native Corfiot people and very few tourists.

On the other side of the junipers is the northern half of the beach, which is much more lively. There are plenty of loungers for your whole party, parasols to guard against the hot sun, and opportunities to get involved in water sports. These include wind-surfing, pedalo hire and diving. Or you can hire a boat and visit other beaches around the island to find your favourite.