TUI BLUE Atlantica Grand Mediterraneo Resort

Take a dip in the pool and admire the mountain views looking out over Ermones Beach at the TUI BLUE Atlantica Grand Mediterraneo Resort. Rooms are furnished in sleek and modern neutral colours to give a true sense of luxury, and there’s a footpath you can meander down that leads you straight to the shore. Grab a bite to eat at the à la carte restaurant, which also serves up panoramic views. There’s also a spa offering massage and indulgent body wraps, too.

Overview of Ermones, Corfu

Kick back and relax at the TUI BLUE Atlantica Grand Mediterraneo Resort in one of Corfu’s sleepiest spots, Ermones, featuring epic mountain views and lush-green hills. Ermones whisks you away from the bustle of Corfu’s busier areas to a quiet cove on the island’s west coast. The sand and shingle beach here is tranquil and the perfect place to unwind. You’ll also find plenty of tavernas and bars on the shore to keep the refreshments coming.

Things to do in Ermones, Corfu

You won’t find many bars and clubs in Ermones, but there are plenty of tavernas offering delicious fare and local tipples. After a morning of unwinding on the beach near the TUI BLUE Atlantica Grand Mediterraneo Resort, visit Corfu Town for a spot of retail therapy. Liston’s winding streets offer bustling market stalls and street vendors selling jewellery and souvenirs like painted ceramics, while in the new town you can spot well-known UK brands. Holidays to Corfu offer plenty of sunshine, azure waters and lush-green hilltops for those that want to rest and relax in picturesque surroundings. With lots of watersports, pristine beaches and traditional quirky towns to explore, there’s plenty to see and do that will create memories to last a lifetime.

Resort Summary

Ermones boasts the Blue Flag award for its striking sands. With clean shores and clear waters even in high season, the beach is safe and family-friendly. Shallow waters make paddling splash-tastic, while olive groves offer shade against the hot sun. The golden shingle beach is 300 metres long, and it’s quite quiet, so there’s plenty of room to catch some rays.

If you’re looking for a change of scenery, Glyfada beach is just three kilometres south of Ermones. Another Blue Flag winner, Glyfada is top of the list for watersports, and there are a number of lovely cafes lining the sands which make it a lovely place to grab lunch.

Both beaches sit on the west of the island, and when evening falls there’s no better place to catch the famous Corfu sunset. Staying in Ermones you’ve got front row seats every night.