According to Mythology, it was on Ermones beach in Corfu that princess Nausicaa (daughter of Alkinoos) found Odysseus. According to another legend, the rocks that surround the beach are a petrified pirate who tried to steal the image of the Holy Virgin. As can be seen, this beach, nearby Ermones Village, combines Homer’s description and mythology with reality and that captivates the heart of the traveler, in combination with the wilderness of the scenery that makes it remarkable.
Airport: 15 kms | Beach: 100 meters | Bus Stop: 150 meters | Capital: 15 kms (Corfu) | Harbor: 15 kms (Corfu) | Mini Market: 50 meters | Nearest Town Village: 1 kms (Vatos) | Sea: 100 meters | Watersports Center: 100 meters
Imagine chilling by the sea, under the Greek sun and dipping your toes in the crystal-clear waters. For stays of 7 nights, you pay only 6 nights (1 night free) in October! Or get a 10% discount (June, July, August & September). Hurry up, because these offers are valid for a few more days! Free Transfer with our new vehicle VW CADDY MAXI is also available (minimum stay 5 nights)!
Situated at the top of the Ionian Sea, Corfu is the second largest of the Ionian Islands. It is known worldwide for its natural beauty, thanks to the magnificent landscapes, and for its history that captivates every traveler and it is full of battles and conquests. Some of the most remarkable sightseeings in Corfu, or ‘Kerkyra’ as Greek people use to say, are Old Fortress, New Fortress and the palace of Saint Michael and Saint George. Corfu city is famous for its Italianate architecture and contains meaningful remains of antiquity.