Mareblue Beach

At Mareblue Beach, you’re right in the middle of beautiful, natural surroundings – a couple of minutes’ walk from the beach, or 10 minutes’ walk from Lake Antinioti, will bring you to a renowned wildlife-spotting area. Mareblue Beach Hotel is made up of pastel-coloured villas set in manicured lawns. You’ll find all the amenities here – there’s a buffet restaurant, a gym and a massage service available. But it’s the pool area that really stands out. Mareblue Beach boasts one large lagoon-like pool with amazing ocean views, and two smaller pools, one being just for children. There’s a full programme of activities on offer, from volleyball to aqua aerobics.

Overview of St Spyridon

Thanks to its idyllic scenery, beautiful beaches and delicious cuisine, holidays to Corfu will always be popular. But if you want to stay somewhere off the beaten track, a trip to St Spyridon is highly recommended. This laid-back resort boasts a duo of white-sand beaches, and is surrounded by a nature reserve of pine forests. Mareblue Beach is the only four-star resort in the area, and it’s the best place to experience this stunning location in style.

Things to do in St Spyridon

Mareblue Beach helps to organise activities in the surrounding area. This includes unique scuba-diving excursions and handy bike rental, so you can cycle around nearby Lake Antinioti. Walk down to the beach where you can go rock-pooling, or rent a kayak to explore the coastline.In St Spyridon, you’ll find local tavernas where you can enjoy a quiet drink and Greek delicacies, such as moussaka and slow-roasted lamb spiced with cinnamon. If you’re looking for something more lively, take a local bus or taxi to Kassiopi village, which is a 10-minute car journey away. You’ll find harbour-front restaurants and bars, a ruined castle and lots of water sports providers. Despite Corfu’s popularity, St Spyridon proves that there are still secluded spots on the island. This under-the-radar town is the perfect place to get away from it all. Enjoy sunset walks on the beach, cocktails by the pool and walks in the nearby forest before retreating back to Mareblue Beach Hotel.

Resort Summary

Two beaches, two bays and infinite relaxation are what you’ll find in St Spyridon. It’s treated to two white-sand beaches, the smaller of which contains rows of sunbeds and umbrellas, and has been awarded a Blue Flag for its cleanliness. There are also toilets and a beach bar serving up on-the-go nibbles.

On the main beach, the waters are especially suitable for children, as they slope gently into the waves, making for shallow splashing spots. The sea isn’t incredibly busy with boats and motorised sports, just canoes and pedalos, which are available to rent for leisurely cruises.

The coast is also dotted with small rock pools, so you can catch an up-close glimpse of underwater creatures. If you walk further up the shore towards the Mareblue Beach Resort, you’ll find rock pools with teeny crabs scuttling around.