As well as a central location, the Alkion Hotel provides guests with a great pool scene. Not only is the pool here sizable, but it also has a snack bar at the side. So, whether you’re topping up your tan or swimming around, you’ll find it easy to stay hydrated and fed. If you’d rather splash in the sea, it’s only five minutes away.
Breakfasts in the restaurant include continental and cooked options, while lunchtime bites include a daily special. In the evening, there’s a buffet with international and local dishes.
Every day of the week, dinner is followed by entertainment in the bar.
Overview of Sidari
One of the most popular destinations with British holidaymakers looking for holidays to Corfu, Sidari is a resort that will keep every member of the family happy.
As well as world-class places to stay like the Alkion Hotel, Sidari has three beaches, a wide range of restaurants and adventurous activities like horse riding and scuba diving.
If you’re a night owl, there’s plenty to keep you entertained after the sun sets, too. Sidari’s main strip is the place to head – it’s home to family-friendly fun and party hotspots. Expect karaoke, tribute acts and traditional tavernas where the owners dance with the patrons.
Things to do in Sidari
The central location of the Alkion Hotel means that you’re within easy reach of Sidari’s bars and beaches. The hotel is only 300 metres away from the resort’s centre with its great range of shops, bars and restaurants. Here, family-friendly fun meets wild nights.
In the resort centre, there’s also a market that stocks all kinds of interesting handmade goods. For gifts, souvenir stores line the surrounding streets and there’s also a large shopping centre in the town.
If you want to venture to one of Corfu’s other brilliant destinations, then there’s a bus stop close by. Here, buses can take you to Corfu Town, Kassiopi, Roda or San Stefanos.
A popular resort with all age groups, Sidari combines lively nightlife with gorgeous beaches and enough activities for even the most active family. You’ll have to return year after year to experience it all.