Ikos Dassia

New in 2018, the Ikos Dassia dazzles at every turn. Luxury is on the menu everywhere, and not just in the a la carte restaurants. The hotel has its own private beach, as well as a plethora of pools.

The hotel is also incredibly scenic, so you’re guaranteed picturesque views. It’s fronted by the beautiful beach and framed by woodland, so its secluded feel adds to the luxury.

When it comes to eating, you have the choice of eight restaurants, including six a la carte. In addition, there are 300 wines in the hotel’s collection.

Overview of Dassia

The Ikos Dassia is close to the shops and supermarkets in Dassia, so you really are in the heart of the action.

Dassia itself is quickly becoming a top destination for holidays to Corfu thanks to its Blue Flag beach and relaxed nightlife. The resort isn’t as lively as neighbouring Corfu Town, but there’s still plenty for families that want to kick back and enjoy a relaxing break in the sun.

There’s a beautiful blend of relaxation and adventure in Dassia, so you can get sporty on the beach, soak up the sun or try some traditional Greek dancing. It’s the perfect spot to make memories with the whole family.

Things to do in Dassia

Dassia’s 200-metre beach is the highlight of the resort. It’s family friendly with shallow waters and gentle shingle underfoot. To help keep the kids sheltered, pull up some of the loungers and parasols. There’s also lots of space, so it never feels crowded. Down on the front, water sports promise to get the blood pumping. Water skiing is a particular favourite with the locals.

Leave Ikos Dassia in the evening and wander through Dassia; it transforms into a chilled out paradise and the perfect spot to watch the sunset from a beachside restaurant. Most of the local tavernas are family friendly, but they’ll stay open into the early hours while the owners dance with the patrons.

Prepare to be overwhelmed by luxury during your stay at the Ikos Dassia. With so much to see and do, a stay here will definitely put a smile on your face. The whole family will leave feeling happier and closer than ever before.


Resort Summary

Framed by walls of green pine trees, Dassia’s shore is 200 metres long, with clean, golden shingle and shallow, gentle waters. This strip of sand has earned itself a Blue Flag award, meaning that even in high season it remains clean and pleasant to be on. The beach is very family-friendly, with plenty of loungers and parasols, but not so many it feels overcrowded.

The beach has more than its fair share of watersports for its guests to enjoy. Waterskiing is a particular favourite among visitors to Dassia, but there are plenty of other choices advertised on the jetty.

Hire a boat and take your time visiting other beaches around the island – training is offered beforehand and it’s a great way to see Corfu. If you’re more of a kick-back-and-relax kind of person, you can shelter yourself under the beach’s olive trees and watch others skim across the ocean’s surface.