Corfu Villa Holidays 2017 | Villa Plus

Corfu Villa Holidays
101 villas found

Introduction to Corfu
"I think no place on Earth can be lovelier than this," said Edward Lear, describing Corfu in 1856. Corfu is still an incredibly beautiful place. This lush green island really has got everything you could [more] want from a holiday! The spectacular scenery, great beaches and little coves, water sports, friendly villages, mountains and nature reserve provide a great contrast to the bigger, livelier holiday resorts where you can really let your hair down. It’s all so gloriously Greek! The food here is pretty special, with the freshest fish you’ve ever tasted. It’s hard to beat the pleasure of a long slow meal with local wine at a beachside taverna as the sun goes down. Corfu is a magical place of lush valleys and rolling hills with a dramatic mountain backdrop lavishly covered in cypress and olive trees. You can opt for a villa in a tiny secluded village for total peace and relaxation, and from there visit Corfu Town to explore its churches, narrow cobbled streets, fine museums, 10th-century fortress, excellent restaurants, bars and pavement cafes and hidden leafy squares. Today you can stretch out by your own private pool at the villa, and tomorrow take the hydrofoil to Albania, a country that was shrouded in mystery for many years and closed to outsiders under communist rule. There are so many great boat trips available, you could spend all your time afloat, but maybe it’s more fun to hire your own? Then again, on dry land there are 285 villages for you to explore, on foot, bike or horseback if you don’t feel like driving! If you like an active holiday, there is every kind of water sport waiting for you to try as well as top quality golf, tennis and fishing. [less] Download Corfu resort guide(pdf)
Best for...
  • The 2nd largest Ionian Island
  • Visit the historic Corfu town
  • Breath-taking sea views
  • Take a boat tour!
  • Food glorious food!
  • Waterpark fun for the family

Your Corfu Guide
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Corfu
Most of us like to take something home to remind us of a great holiday, or we need to buy presents for the people we left behind. In Corfu you can find well-made interesting holiday souvenirs such as locally made gold and silver jewellery and other craftwork. You will find all kinds of things made from the local olive wood and very good soap made from olive oil (there are said to be 3 million olive trees in Corfu, but we haven’t actually counted them!) Locally made ceramics, lace and embroidered linen are inexpensive and good quality. [more]

Just beyond Avlaki on the other side of the headland is the Erimitis Nature Reserve, about 450.000 square metres (about 45 acres) of wild, natural beauty. Its 3 freshwater lakes are of vital importance to migratory birds, and the whole area is a valuable ecosystem and of great environmental importance.

Corfu is a brilliant island for horse-riding with a number of well-run riding stables to choose from, offering rides through a landscape of myrtle and gnarled, silvery green olive trees. There are many beautiful tracks to follow, giving you a quite different view of the island’s rich landscape.

If you want to explore the island’s beaches, you have a rich and varied choice. For example, Avlaki Beach is a long curved stretch of white pebbles steeply shelving into warm, clear blue waters. In the middle of the beach is a dinghy sailing and windsurfing centre, a small boat hire jetty and an excellent taverna, popular with locals. Coyevinas feels like your own private beach, with no facilities at all - it is wonderfully relaxing and peaceful.

The harbour at Nissaki is excellent for water sports with top notch training on hand. There is a large water sports centre where jet skis are available to hire and you can also have a go at water skiing, wakeboarding, ringo and banana rides and parasailing. This is also a great place for snorkelling and scuba diving with excellent visibility underwater. You might see starfish and purple urchins, exotic polka dot cardinal fish and neon damselfish, barracuda and morays. Once you are confident, you can try diving in deeper water where you might spot octopus or sea bass.

The best way to fully appreciate the rugged and rocky coastline with its small secluded bays and beaches, coves and caves is from the water as the skipper of your own boat. Many of the hidden little beaches can only be reached from the sea, such as those that form part of the Erimitis Nature Reserve. You don’t even need a licence! You can hire a boat from most of our resorts. [less]
Corfu Villas
We have villas off the beaten track in the countryside, and many in the heart of the holiday resort with shops, bars and beach just a stroll away. We also have our Very Villa Plus selection, our personal favourites that we believe offer something a bit extra. When you reach your gorgeous villa in Corfu, you may just want to lie by the pool, close your eyes, sip your cold beer and soak up the rays, far from your everyday worries. Or you may want to go exploring. However you spend your day on this luscious Greek island, it ends in a beautiful house with everything you need to be happy and comfortable. A lovely, cool calm bedroom will be waiting for you after the heat of the day. Imagine swimming at dusk in your own private pool, planning the day ahead and marvelling at the day you have just spent in this magical place with the people you love best. Whatever you need to be happy on holiday, we are sure you will find it with us in Corfu.
Meet The Team
Jules Moser Villa Representative
Jules Moser Villa Representative

Hello everyone …my name’s Jules and this is my third year with Villa Plus. Wanderlust took me to Italy where I spent 10 years as a teacher and when I got itchy feet decided to visit Corfu in 2002, with the view of staying for a year but got swept off my feet by a local Corfiot and 13 years later … still here and happily married with a wonderful daughter. Corfu is now where I call home.
Corfu [more] is a truly wonderful place with so much to offer so it’s a pleasure to share my local knowledge with our guests to ensure they have a fantastic holiday with the hope that they return year after year!! [less]
Rania Mazi. Office Administrator
Rania Mazi. Office Administrator

Hi my name is Rania. I was born and raised on Corfu island. Lived in London for 6 years studying and working. I love travelling and have made it my life style. It is my second year with Villa Plus and really enjoying it. It is such a versatile and challenging job! Everyday can be different. You need to be able to solve problems asap, to calm anxious guests, to be able to communicate with people on different levels, and to be reliable. What is most [more] important to me working with Villa Plus, is the support we have among our team and from Saint Albans. And at the end of the day….having a good laugh with our amazing team in resort. [less]
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  • 8 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 5 to 17
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  • Heated Pool
    35 x 17 ft
  • Wifi
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Beach 600 yds
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
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From: £59 To: £317

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From: £939 To: £5069
Customer rating (4) :5/5
Villa Finikas, Acharavi, Corfu, Greece
  • 7 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 4 to 14
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  • Heated Pool
    38 x 21 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
  • 6 Bathrooms
  • Beach ¾ mile
  • Pool fence
  • Wifi
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From: £74 To: £380

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From: £959 To: £4939
Customer rating (2) :4.5/5
Villa Agathi, Kassiopi, Corfu, Greece
  • 7 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 4 to 15
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  • Heated Pool
    36 x 18 ft
  • Wifi
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach ¾ mile
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Useful
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From: £94 To: £351

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From: £1319 To: £4919
Customer rating (1) :5/5
Villa Caribia, Agios Stefanos, Corfu, Greece
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 13
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  • Heated Pool
    45 x 20 ft
  • Wifi
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1000 yds
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
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From: £69 To: £350

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From: £829 To: £4199
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Villa Mangana, Kalami, Corfu, Greece
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 15
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  • Pool 40 x 20 ft
  • Wifi
  • 6 Bathrooms
  • Beach 2 miles
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
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From: £60 To: £362

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From: £839 To: £5069
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Villa Victor, Paleokastritsa, Corfu, Greece
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  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 13
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  • Heated Pool
    33 x 17 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Not Required
  • 6 Bathrooms
  • Beach 20 yds
  • Pool fence
  • Wifi
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From: £113 To: £415

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From: £1359 To: £4979
Customer rating (3) :5/5
Villa Annie, Kassiopi, Corfu, Greece
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 11
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  • Heated Pool
    27 x 14 ft
  • Wifi
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1 ¾ miles
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
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Villa Ftelias, Agios Stefanos, Corfu, Greece
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 11
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  • Heated Pool
    40 x 19 ft
  • Wifi
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Beach 500 yds
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
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From: £57 To: £411

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From: £569 To: £4109
Customer rating (3) :4/5
Villa Dendrilla, Coyevinas/Avlaki, Corfu, Greece
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 11
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  • Heated Pool
    33 x 17 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1 mile
  • Gated pool
  • Wifi
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From: £77 To: £495

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From: £769 To: £4949
Customer rating (1) :5/5
Villa Petroula, Kassiopi, Corfu, Greece
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 10
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  • Heated Pool
    33 x 17 ft
  • Wifi
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Beach 2 ½ miles
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
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Price Per Person
From: £93 To: £560

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From: £839 To: £5039
Customer rating (5) :5/5
Villa Athiri House, Barbati, Corfu, Greece
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Corfu Resorts

With its lush green scenery and some of the finest views in the Med, Corfu is the green jewel of the Greek Islands. Villa Plus offers a range of resorts in the northern part of the island, providing the perfect base to explore the rich culture, history and landscapes that this destination has to offer.

If you want a villa in a traditional village in a magnificent setting, Kassiopi, with its attractive, horseshoe shaped harbour bobbing with colourful fishing boats might be the place for you. It was originally a Roman settlement, and nestles beneath Mount Pantokrator surrounded by olive groves, vineyards and orchards of oranges and lemons. Or there’s the small fishing village of Agios Stefanos offering one of the best beaches in Corfu and a collection of waterside tavernas.

For something a little livelier, Sidari, a busy, popular town famed for its rich and varied nightlife is nearby.

Looking for a family beach holiday? Barbati’s Blue Flag beach is one of Corfu’s best, and has not been spoilt or over-developed although it has all the essentials such as toilets, showers and changing rooms.

There are convenient local buses along the North Coast to Corfu Town, with its narrow cobbled streets, historic churches, 10th-century fortress, pavement cafes and leafy squares.

Whatever you need from your Villa Plus Holiday, we have the right villa in the right place to deliver all the great things you’ve been dreaming of, and then some more!

Acharavi
4 Villas
Acharavi is the largest town in the northern part of the island. It has a life of its own beyond tourism, and is an important centre for local people all year round. It is a mainly modern resort with a full quota of holiday villas, apartments, hotels, shops, bars and restaurants.
Agios Stefanos
31 Villas
There are many small secluded bays and inlets along the north east coast of Corfu, and little beaches that remain unspoilt largely because they have pebbles as well as sand. These villages have in the past survived through their fishing industry, and each has its own picturesque harbour, a few winding streets and a tavern or two. One of the most attractive of these to stay on holiday is Agios Stefanos.
Barbati
7 Villas
Barbati is an attractive village, built on a hillside in northeast Corfu with a large and lovely white shingle beach nearby. The village is surrounded by lush countryside with a dramatic mountain backdrop, pine trees and olive groves and stupendous views across to Corfu Town and the coast of Albania.
Coyevinas/Avlaki
9 Villas
Between Agios Stefanos and Kassiopi on the north east coast of Corfu is one of the islands most attractive but least developed bays, surrounded by lush valleys and rolling hills with a dramatic mountain backdrop lavishly covered in cypress and olive trees.
Dassia
2 Villas
Along the main coastal road to the North East Coast of Corfu is the attractive resort of Dassia, a bustling and lively holiday resort with a good selection of places to eat, a wide variety of shops and cafe bars. The long strip of pebbly beach is backed by a narrow promenade perfect for those evening strolls.
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Things to do in Corfu

Corfu’s rich historical, cultural and agricultural heritage have bewitched visitors to her shores for centuries. With a diverse and verdant landscape, over 200 traditional villages and miles of wonderful beaches, an elegant, cosmopolitan and beguiling capital town and a perfect Mediterranean climate it is easy to see why. There is plenty to see and do on this beautiful island. To simply explore the little villages and countryside along the coast and inland is a delight in itself. There are endless beaches to try out and for the more active or for children there are more modern attractions such as bowling centres and water parks. If you have a real sense of adventure there are also other islands nearby, the Greek mainland and Albania.

Architecture And History
Corfu has always had a significant role in Mediterranean history because whoever controlled Corfu had a good chance of controlling the vital east to west and north to south trading and military routes. So many different invaders came and went - the Greeks, the Romans, the Goths, the Byzantines, the Normans, the Neapolitan Angevins and the Venetians, as well as the French and the British. What remains is a rich multi-layered historical and cultural [more] heritage that is still very much in evidence today with temples, castles and a wide variety of architectural styles. [less]
Day Trip To Albania
If you have a sense of adventure and an interest in history you can take the hydrofoil to Albania, a country that was shrouded in mystery for many years and closed to outsiders under communist rule. From Corfu Town the crossing by hydrofoil is just 40 minutes.
Glorious Beaches
Whatever kind of beach you fantasise about, you will find it here in Corfu. You can find small secret pebbly bays and idyllic coves that can only be reached by boat, or huge expanses of fine sand, complete with all the facilities you might need. There are child-friendly, gently sloping beaches with shallow waters and others with every kind of water sport you can imagine on offer. Most beaches on the island have a bar or two, and most have a choice [more] of waterfront tavernas with marvellously fresh fish for your lunch or dinner. [less]
Vibrant Social Scene
Many of our villas in Corfu are in small peaceful villages, but you are never that far from a lively taverna with live music and dancing at weekends. Holiday resorts such as Sidari are a great choice if you want to party after a long day by the pool, with plenty of clubs, pubs and music bars offering great nightlife. The locals are friendly and want you to have a great time – and you will!
Beaches in Corfu
One of the delights of being on a small island is the variety and close proximity of its beaches. ,Corfu has a remarkable range of lovely beaches to offer from long sweeps of golden sand to tiny pebbled bays and coves. What they all have in common is crystal clear water and little or no tide. The East Coast of the island has predominantly pebbly or shingly beaches. There are some wonderful little hidden inlets for those that explore (particularly by boat) and other long tree lined sweeps of white pebbles with water-sports, sun-loungers and the ever enticing turquoise sea perfect for swimming &, snorkelling. The far North and West coasts offer a complete contrast with long strips and bays of golden sand. Some of these beaches get very busy in the Summer months with their inviting shallow waters and water sports facilities - ,some (for the more adventurous) remain almost deserted even in the height of Summer. Whether you prefer being utterly lazy and just soaking up the rays with your sun lounger, umbrella and cool cocktail or are more inclined to be active and adventurous, Corfu beaches offer something for all.
Agios Georgios (North)
A huge horseshoe shaped bay with a lovely sandy beach and beautiful scenery Agios Georgios on the North West (there are 3 Agios Georgios beaches) is particularly beautiful seen from the coastal road that leads to Paleokastritsa. ,The beach is long and sandy and has various watersports available and there are a few tavernas and shops along the shore. As well as a good sandy beach it is also a lovely area for walking.
Agios Gordis Beach
Through the lovely traditional village of Sinarades you wind down the olive slopes to Agios Gordis. A long strip of sand with water sports and several shops and tavernas Agios Gordis is set in lovely scenery and has some pleasant walks in the nearby countryside.
Agios Stefanos (East)
The inviting bay of Agios Stefanos ('East' not to be confused with San Stefanos on the West coast) has two small harbourside beaches but is better known for its charming village and beachside tavernas. , A popular stop for boats with plenty of jetties to choose from and a gentle traditional atmosphere, it is a wonderful place to stay and well worth a visit, particularly by boat.

Agios [more] Stefanos is set at the start of the delightful nature reserve of , 'Eremitis', a large peninsular of rolling hills and fabulous hidden beaches and lagoons. Eremitis is accessible only by foot, horseback or boat. , Many of the beaches can only be reached by sea. [less]
Agni Beach
Agni Beach is a narrow stretch of pebbles set in a bay at the bottom of an olive and cypress tree valley. With three traditional beachside tavernas all ready to feed and entertain you. The beautiful scenery makes it a popular stop for boats of all sizes. A short walk around a small headland brings you onto another quiet shingly beach that is excellent for snorkelling.
Almyros, Acharavi and Roda
Just past the beach and lagoon of St Spyridon starts a long stretch of sandy beach about 7 kilometres long. , Almyros is at the start of this stretch and is the least commercial section with sand dunes and a couple of nice tavernas near the sea. ,

The beach continues uninterrupted past Acharavi and Roda petering out at the cliffs before the Sidari headland. , [more] At Acharavi and Roda the beach gets busier and there are several good café, bars and tavernas on the seaside. ,The beach is particularly ,pleasant for an evening stroll with the sun setting behind the small islands off the North Coast and is good for a day out if you have children who enjoy sand and company. [less]
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Food & Drink in Corfu
Corfu is blessed with exceptional cuisine. Sharing a spice palate with ever-popular Italian cuisine, Greece's Corfu enjoys a really wide range of dishes, from salads with Feta cheese to slow-cooked lamb with rice, the flavours are familiar yet new at the same time.

From traditional tavernas (restaurants serving traditional Greek food) and estiatorios (more upmarket and elaborate restaurants) to the understated kafenions (café/bars) and various street food vendors that line the streets on market days, eating in Greece is a way of life – and there are many places for you to join the locals in the most favourite national pastime, eating.

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Markets
The vegetable and fish market in Corfu Town is one of the most renowned markets on the island – most others are somewhat impromptu and varied in stock. The Corfu Town market is a big attraction for locals and visitors alike, and you can find it just under the New Fortress walls. Here, you'll find ripe fresh fruit and vegetables every colour of the sun, along with fish that's been caught just off of the island earlier that day. Some vendors can be found cooking the fish freshly then and there, making a delectable morning treat.

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Speciality Dishes
Greece is the owner of many staple dishes. From the humble yet delicious Greek salad to the more complex dolmades (vine leaves stuffed with lamb and rice) and stifado (a rich, slow cooked beef stew), Greek food embraces everything that nature produces best. Corfu is no exception to this, and creates iconic Greek food such as moussaka (baked layers of aubergine, lamb and cheese) and tzatziki (a cucumber, garlic and herb yogurt dip) as confidently as the mainland.

In addition to these mouth-watering dishes, Corfu is home to some of its own culinary delights, along with being an idyllic holiday destination – the Villa Plus Corfu guideexplains everything the island has to offer. Whilst you're there, be sure to try:

Pastitsatha – a spicy chicken served with pasta, is served in some form at most island restaurants, with chicken substituted for fish in port towns. This dish then becomes similar to the Bourthetto.

Bourthetto – a dish usually prepared with black scorpion fish which sits in a spicy red sauce.

Bourou-Bourou – a vegetable and pasta soup. This dish is a great way for the Greeks to use up the abundance of vegetables their climate produces.

Local Recipes
If you'd like to give some of the native dishes a try before you arrive in Greece, there are delicacies that are incredibly easy to create yourself at home. For a starter, try tzatziki with warm pitta bread, and as a main, you can't go wrong with a relaxed stifado, perfect served with roast potatoes and Greek salad – these recipes serve around 6 people.
Stifado
Stifado - Corfu
For the stifado, you'll need:
  • Around 1kg of cubed beef
  • 500g of shallots or red onions
  • 1 white onion
  • 2 tomatoes
  • 2-3 garlic cloves
  • Vegetable stock cube
  • Small wine glass of extra olive oil
  • 1 glass of red wine
  • 2 tablespoons of tomato puree
  • 3 sprigs of rosemary
  • ½, a cinnamon stick – not essential
  • Salt and pepper to season
Don't be put off by the large list of ingredients – most of these will be sat at the back of your cupboards! On top of that, the method of creating such an incredible meal couldn't be easier. Whether you're using a slow-cooker or a casserole dish, the first bit is the same – mix all of the ingredients except the beef together before adding no more than 1/2 a litre of water – the consistency should be gravy-like.

If you've got a slow-cooker, add the beef and put it on a medium setting for around 6-8 hours, until the meat is cooked and falls apart in your mouth. If you're popping it in the oven, sear your beef, shallots and onions in a frying pan before putting it in the dish with your sauce.

Pop this in the oven for 1-2 hours, keeping an eye on the sauce level whilst cooking – add water if necessary. Serve up with crispy and fluffy roast potatoes and a freshly prepared salad with feta cheese – absolutely perfect.
 
 
 

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