Discover Corfu


Seaside town of Ag. Gordios is ideal for family and couples holidays. You’ll find many traditional tavernas with local food and many restaurants with international cuisine, like one of the best mexican restaurants of the island, as well as cafe and bars for your nights out. We suggest to try koum kouat cocktail and its taste will leave you breathless!

If however, you ask for more and love the town’s loud bars and clubs, then Corfu Town’s nightlife sounds perfect! Venetian style buildings with elegant lights, palaces and castles, the pedestrian street of Liston with its traditional lights and many small bars in a friendly atmosphere. In the area Emporiko you’ll find big clubs, among which there’s the famous ‘Club 54’ with big parties and famous djs for dancing and party till the brake of dawn.


In our beautiful village there are many tourist shops, shops with clothes, leather bags, shoes and jewellery. However, we suggest a walk in Corfu Town’s shopping streets, where famous modern brands are placed in venetian buildings with a variety of products like clothes, shoes or traditional products like olive soaps and wood crafts.


Not too far away from the island of Corfu there are many beautiful places one may visit. Magnificent islands of Paxos and Antipaxos with turquoise waters and caves, scenic and colourful village of Parga, exotic beaches in Syvota. In Ag. Gordios you’ll find tourist offices ready to help you with organising a day trip, or you can simply book yourselves in any of the four excursion companies of the island.


Two weeks on the island of Corfu are necessary to enjoy natural beauty as well as venetian and english style buildings and castles. Plenty of choices and opportunities, high contrast between north and south, museums, monuments, palaces, fortresses, monasteries, seaside villages, breathtaking cliffs and impressive capes.


Corfu is blessed to have many different beaches, covering different needs. Large, wide sandy beaches with shallow water, smaller gulfs with pebbles, rocky caves with turquoise water, beaches with trendy beach bars for never-ending beach volley and tennis, secluded beaches, nudist beaches. Confused? We have the best recommendations for each one of you!

Agios Gordios

Ag. Gordios, or simply Ag. Gordis, is a picturesque seaside village, having a unique scenic beach. Thanks to a big rock placed in the water, Otholithi(stand up rock), this beach became the favourite to all local photographers, as the impressive rock creates a unique scenery.

Named by the saint Gordios, of the Greek Orthodox Church celebrates its name day on the 3rd of January. The little church of Ag. Gordios is close to the sea and one can visit. In the summertime the village is full of people and tourists, unlike the winter that houses only few families


Corfu, Kerkyra in Greek, known from Homer as the island of Feakes, is located in the northwesternmost point of Greece and is the 7th largest of the country with around 120.000people. Its coastline of 217km creates an island full of beaches, inlets, gulfs and capes. With its large variety of scenic landscapes and picturesque areas fascinates every guest.

Corfu has a hot-summer Mediterranean climate, while thanks to its high rainfall levels during the winter the vegetation is so lush that often people describe it as the ‘green island’.

The Venetians, French and English conquerors of the island have influenced Corfiot people so much that even today are very keen in art and mostly music. Their architectural achievements stand there providing the Old Town of Corfu with a lovely atmosphere of another era. The island’s English name, Corfu, has a byzantine origin (Korifo) thanks to the two peaks of mountain Pantokratoras that one sees approaching the island.