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Agios Spyridon

Holiday Villas in Agios Spyridon

Agios Spyridon (Spiridon) has a charming seafront location, backed by a lake with a coastal path leading on to Almyros and the larger resort of Acharavi. The scenery in this part of the island is beautiful. With tall mountains and great views, it’s ideal for peaceful walks in nature. Plus, the resort’s sandy beach is a great choice for families and couples alike.

There are 2 good mini markets within Agios Spyridon, as well as a clothes store. For a larger selection, head to Acharavi where you’ll find well stocked supermarkets and plenty of shops ideal for picking up souvenirs. For a vibrant market experience, try the capital Corfu Town.

The beach bar at Agios Spyridon offers snacks and light meals throughout the day and a full menu come evening. Two tavernas and a restaurant serve up traditional Greek delights as well as plenty of international dishes. Nearby, you’ll have many more options in the resorts of Kassiopi, Acharavi and Roda.

Agios Spyridon Beach has soft sand that shelves gently into the water, making it a great choice for families. Kalamaki Beach, the largest sandy beach in the North East of Corfu, is just a short drive away and has tavernas, sunbeds to hire and an inflatable water park during the summer months. If you’re seeking less frequented shores, try Almyros Beach with its shingle bay that stretches for miles.

Horse riding stables can be found in the region, with many catering for younger children. The beach at Agios Spyridon also has a children’s play area with go karting for under 12s. Excursions can be arranged from a tourist office by the beach, while boat trips are readily available from Kassiopi and Agios Stefanos.

If you're interested in seeing more of the island, there are plenty of places to visit within easy driving distance. Corfu's highest point, Mount Pantokrator, is a must-see for scenery lovers, with the whole of Corfu and the Albanian coastline visible from the peak. Old Perithia makes for a fascinating visit. This once abandoned village has in recent years been brought back to life with traditional tavernas open for the summer's many visitors.