Olympion Village

The Olympion Village is in a first-class location that puts you within walking distance of the beach and the main nightlife spots.

The hotel is staggered up a hillside, with views of the sea part of the deal. It’s decorated in a traditional style, with warm colours and rattan furniture used throughout.

Outside, there’s a good-sized pool that’s framed by loungers and a roomy terrace. A nearby bar dishes out drinks and snacks.

The restaurant serves main meals, including a full English. Occasionally, the hotel also hosts barbecue nights.

Overview of Kavos

Kavos has rightly earned a reputation as the clubbing capital of Corfu. If you’re looking for a holiday to Corfu where you can socialise, drink and dance until dawn, Kavos is the location for you!

The first club in Kavos opened its doors in the 1980s and the resort has been incredibly popular ever since. And now you’re spoilt for choice, with bars of varying shapes and sizes dotted across the resort.

Away from the bars and clubs, there’s a gorgeous beach, top restaurants and plenty of sunshine.

Things to do in Kavos

The location of the Olympion Village gets rave reviews from guests. The beach is a 10-minute walk away and the famous nightspots of Kavos are even closer.

Kavos Beach is the lively heart of the resort. Whether you’re looking to rest after the night before or take part in water sports, you’ll find a spot to suit you. The sand stretches for more than eight kilometres and it’s almost entirely backed by bars and restaurants.

After the sun sets, the bars and clubs come alive and they don’t close until the last reveller calls it quits – and by this time, the sun has often come back up again!

Enjoy lazy days on the beach and wild nights out with a stay at the Olympion Village.


Resort Summary

Party focused holidays to Kavos have been popular in Corfu since the 1980s, when the first of its numerous clubs and bars started opening their doors to tourists looking to have a good time. Over time the resort grew in size with venues and bars of varying shapes and sizes springing up all over the area.

Today the resort is internationally renowned, not only for its unbeatable party culture but also for its gorgeous beach, top restaurants and many accommodation options. The resort sits on the most southerly point of Corfuand gets uninterrupted sunshine all day, adding to its appeal. Plus, there are plenty of nearby towns and splash parks connected by bus.