These family-run apartments provide a simple base for an action-packed holiday to Corfu.
In your apartment, you’ll find a small kitchenette that includes a fridge, double hob and kettle. Outside, there’s a balcony or terrace, so you’ll have all the amenities you need for an enjoyable break in the sun.
At the Antigoni Apartments, there’s also a small pool that sits on a terrace with a handful of parasols and sunloungers to lie on.
With all of this, you’re also only a 10-minute walk away from the resort centre, so it’s easy to get out and about during your stay.
Overview of Pyrgi
The tiny fishing village of Pyrgi offers holidaymakers the softest sands in Corfu. The village itself may only be small, but it has a big heart. It’s an authentic location that offers guests a laid-back escape from the stresses of everyday life.
Life here revolves around the little beach that welcomes families, groups, couples and individuals alike. With a quiet and relaxed atmosphere, it’s a great spot if you’re looking to recharge your batteries.
If you’re looking for something a little livelier, then the romantic Ipsos is also only a short stroll away from the Antigoni Apartments.
Things to do in Pyrgi
Pyrgi really is a remote location, with only one bar and restaurant. But after a 10-minute stroll from the Antigoni Apartments, you’ll reach the beach and the lively main strip of Ipsos.
The seafront in Ipsos is packed with bars and restaurants that specialise in any manner of world cuisines. Whether you’re looking for traditional Greek moussaka or the home comforts of a Sunday roast, this is the place to be.
As day turns to night, a number of bars open their shutters. There’s a lot of family-friendly fun to be had, with options including karaoke bars and quizzes in Irish pubs. If you’re enjoying a break without the children, then you’ll also find clubs that stay open until the early hours.
With a beautiful, secluded beach and a great connection to Ipsos Bay, stays in Pyrgi really do provide you with the best of both worlds.