Romanza Hotel

The villa-style Romanza Hotel sits on a cliff above San Stefanos and treats guests to beautiful views across the Ionian Sea.

For the best views, head to the pool. It’s a great size and comes with a separate section for children and a poolside bar where you can grab drinks and snacks.

The hotel’s restaurant specialises in home-style cooking, with Greek classics served alongside international favourites. In the morning, you can pay a little extra to upgrade from a continental breakfast to a cooked option. Once a week, there’s also a Greek night with traditional dancing.

Overview of San Stefanos

San Stefanos is one of the most popular resorts on the island of Corfu. A fishing village by origin, San Stefanos has golden sands, traditional restaurants and low-key nightlife.

When you choose San Stefanos for your holiday to Corfu, you’ll enjoy the best windsurfing conditions on the island and long grasslands that are great for exploring.

Although it’s one of the most popular resorts on the island, it has kept its heritage and charm. When you stay at the Romanza Hotel, you’ll fall in love with this beautiful resort.

Things to do in San Stefanos

The sandy beach of San Stefanos is only a five-minute walk away from the Romanza Hotel, while the shops and tavernas in the village centre are about a 10-minute walk away.

The beach stretches for more than two kilometres along the front of the resort. Water sports are particularly popular and you’ll be able to try water skiing, parasailing and wakeboarding.

The restaurants in San Stefanos reflect the resort’s heritage, so expect fresh seafood on every menu and regularly changing specials that include all of the freshest catches.

After a stay in San Stefanos, you’ll leave feeling rested and recharged!

Resort Summary

Over a mile of golden sands stretch the length of San Stefanos, which explains why its such a hit for beach-bods and windsurfers looking for some action outside of their Greek island holiday packages. Here you’ll see all range of people flock to enjoy the ocean spray, and you can join in with any of it. Watersports are a must at San Stefanos, and you’ll be able to choose between water-skiing and parasailing, wakeboarding and pedalo hire.

If rest and relaxation are more your cup of tea, then hire one of the parasols and sunloungers and kick back with a book and a cocktail. The cafes and bars which skirt the beach do a great line in mojitos, so you’ll be tanning in style with a refreshing, icy beverage to see you over until dinner. Speaking of dinner, the tavernas in San Stefanos will cater for you on or off the sands.