A guide to nightlife in Sidari

On Corfu‘s northwest coast, Sidari is geographically at the opposite end of the island from the infamous party hub of Kavos. When it comes to nightlife, you might expect that a town of Sidari’s size – less than 400 residents at the last count – might be at the polar end of the partying spectrum as well – but you’d be surprised. For such a small settlement, Sidari boasts an impressive array of lounge bars, pubs and even the odd nightclub. Whether you’re looking for a relaxed time sipping cocktails or a wild night, there’s something on offer for you in this increasingly popular destination for cheap holidays to Corfu.

Wonderful views at The Vine

For a night out with a difference The Vine is an effortlessly cool and contemporary bar that couldn’t be more laid-back if it was horizontal. Quirky decor, great music and a superb ocean view contribute to the chilled-out vibe in this must-visit locale just off the main strip.

Sit back and relax at Siesta Bar

The regular karaoke nights at Siesta Bar encourage singers of all ages and abilities to get up on stage and take the mic. While the resident DJ offers a warm welcome and superb support for the less confident singers. There are also pool tables and live tribute acts to keep you occupied while you put away a beverage or three.

Sporting good fun at Premier Bar

Another popular hotspot to check out on Corfu holidays, the Premier Bar also boasts a range of TV screens so that sports enthusiasts can watch the big match in peace. Reasonably-priced drinks and a friendly reception round out this perennial tourist favourite.

Something for everyone at B.E.D Bar

With a full schedule of entertainment including karaoke, quizzes and live bands, B.E.D. is sure to provide a memorable evening whichever day of the week you visit. There are huge screens for football and even rentable Xboxes for the younger patrons with shorter attention spans.

Tuck in and get stuck in at Bolero Irish Bar

No matter where you are in the world, you can’t go far wrong with an Irish Bar. This one ticks all the boxes with a plethora of sport-showing TV screens and live entertainment, including karaoke, most nights of the week. There’s also good pub grub and icy cold beer.

Lively times at Cargo Bar

The Cargo Bar kicks off its nightly entertainment with a different quiz every day of the week, before a tribute act, live band or drag performance picks up the reins. Once the headliner has finished, the DJ then continues playing a collection of varied and crowd-pleasing tunes all night long. Show your face often enough and you might just earn a free shot from the ever-accommodating bar staff.

Big screens and cocktails at Crossroad

With two huge screens capable of showing two different matches at the same time and a free pool table, Crossroad is the perfect place for the armchair sports-enthusiast. A mouth-watering cocktail list and incredibly cheap prices make Crossroad a popular choice throughout the summer.

Shisha socials at C by Ceasars

Shisha pipes, fire dancing, resident and visiting DJs – C by Caesars has it all. Whether you’re after a boogie on the dance floor or a quick drink in one of the seating booths, this chilled-out club keeps the tunes pumping until the early hours.

Unwind in style at Mojitos

With gorgeous bartenders serving up a comprehensive list of delicious cocktails, it’s easy to see why Mojitos is popular every night of the week. The outdoor fire pit and optional blankets make for a lovely setting to enjoy your perfectly-mixed beverage alfresco.

Playtime and cocktail hour at Scooby's Bar and Playzone

For families with little ones on holiday, Scooby’s is something of a godsend. There are several TVs around the pub to cater to the sports’ lover, while the excellent cocktail list is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. Meanwhile, the extensive play area at the rear of the establishment will keep the little ones occupied for the duration.