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Nestled between its neighbouring resorts of Kassiopi and Roda, Acharavi is a sunworshippers' haven in the north of Corfuand as far as relaxing beach breaks in Greece are concerned, this beautiful resort is up there with the best of them.
With a backdrop of hills with hues of lush green, and the dominating Mount Pantokrator in the distance, a holiday to Acharavi will bring you closer to the intense natural beauty of Corfu. And while the main draw to the area is its sand and shingle beach, which makes a perfect base for sunbathers, Acharavi doesn't fall short on the nightlife front, either. With a smattering of tavernas, bars and restaurants, you can enjoy what the evening holds as well, it may not be the liveliest resort on the island, but it'll certainly leave your thirst for a good night quenched.
Situated just outside the town, on the road to Kassiopi, the Hydropolis Waterpark is an adventure playground for children and the young at heart. Whether you wish to test your mettle with the daring challenges that the chutes and slides present, or you'd prefer to sit back and relax and leave the white-knuckle rides to the teens, Hydropolis presents a fantastic day out for all of the family.
Dedicated to Greek God, Apollo the Sun God, the Doric temple can be found just outside of Roda, within easy reach of Acharavi. Pop by during a visit to the resort and if the gates are unlocked, you will be able to have a little wander around these ancient ruins.
Head to the nearby resort of Kassiopi and you can not only spend the day enjoying the sights of this beautiful town but you can also take a leisurely stroll around its Byzantine Castle that continues to stand the test of time.
Climb Mount Pantokrator
Hop on a bus ride to Mount Pantokrator, which you can choose to climb if it doesn't seem too daunting a task. On a clear day, you can see for miles - the panoramas are simply phenomenal and they will take your breath away. Pack your walking boots ' you'll need them!
Sample Traditional Greek Cuisine
You don't have to go far to sample the local Greek specialities, there are a whole host of tavernas and restaurants in Acharavi that dish up sumptuous fare - from fresh seafood to meze platters that will leave your tastebuds suitably tantalised.
Visit the Roman Baths
Part of a larger Roman building complex that has since been destroyed, the Roman Baths northwest of Kerkyra still stand and can be seen by the public. You can see the various channels that transported water to the baths, as well as the hypocaust - ideal if you want your fill of history and culture!
Sun, sea and shingle sand, Acharavi is a laid-back, quintessentially Greek resort that attracts holidaymakers looking for a piece of the quiet life. While your days can be lazy and relaxing, Acharavi also provides plenty of opportunity to enjoy a vibrant evening, with a great choice of bars and restaurants at your fingertips.
Located on the north-eastern tip of Corfu, Kassiopiradiates great vibes as soon as you step foot in the resort. From the traditional fishing village qualities that can still be seen, to the wealth of culture, great food and beaches, Kassiopi has something for everyone.
The popularity of Rodacontinues to grow, with more and more holidaymakers realising that this pretty resort on the north coast of Corfu is a hotbed of activity. From its Blue Flag beach and watersports aplenty, to the town that continues to exude traditional Greek vibes, Roda is a beautiful resort worth visiting.
Jump into the Ionian Sea and wash all your troubles away, a carefree package holiday to Acharavi is all you need to recharge your batteries and Direct Holidays has some fabulous deals available online for you to look at and book!