Alemar House located in Barbati on the north east coast of Corfu surrounded by olive groves. Air conditioning in 2 bedrooms. This house is ideal for couples and families. The setting for this house takes your breath away, the sea views from the balcony and terrace are truly spectacular.
Walks and olive groves nearby. Shops, tavernas, bus service and beach within 3 mins walking.
Large balcony area and terrace outside the living space with table and chairs for the outside eating, together with soft furnished seating for relaxing and enjoying the spectacular view. So whether you wish to simply relax and enjoy the view, perhaps with a chilled glass of something delicious, or enjoy the opportunity for al fresco dining, this area is ideal at any time of day or evening.
The wonderful sunbathing terrace with sunbeds and parasol and some natural shade from the overhanging olive trees, the area is not at all overlooked providing you with complete privacy. Close by is swimming pool on small complex, where our guests are welcome.
Further details:: Barbati is situated at the north-eastern end of Corfu just before Nissaki, about 18 km from Corfu town, the port and airport. Perched on the foothills of the majestic Mount Pontokrator, with a height of 906 meters, it is one of the most scenic regions of the whole island, amidst green cypress trees, olive trees and rich greenery. It offers breathtaking views along the coast to Corfu town on the right and across the Corfu channel to Albania and the Greek mainland on the left.
Barbati resort itself is a small and quiet relaxing village, popular for its crystal clear blue sea and long pebble beach. On the beach you can enjoy all sorts of water sports (paragliding, jet ski, water ski, bananas, etc.), you can go diving with the Apollo diving centre of Corfu and also rent a boat for an unforgettable day trip to the beautiful little beaches along the coast. There are many tavernas and restaurants with startling view across the Ionian blue, offering a wide choice of food.
Special interest holidays:: Corfu Town has all the style and sophistication of any cosmopolitan centre and yet it is steeped in historical character and age old traditions.
Old Fortress: The first settlement of the new Corfu Town during the 6th century started on the hill that would later become the Old Fortress. Built and fortified by the Venetians.
New Fortress: The walls of the New Fortress tower above the north-western side of the Old Town.
Achilleion Palace: This famous building was constructed in 1892 for Empress Elisabeth of Austria (Princess Sissy).
The Esplanade: The hub of Corfiot life is the Esplanade. Stroll around the gardens or sit in one of the many caffe bars.
Palace of St George and St Michael: Is the most impressive monument from the British rule of Corfu.
Archaeological Museum: The pride of the museum is the ‘Gorgon Pediment’ that is the oldest surviving monumental sculpture in Greece.
If you enjoy walking there are some interesting trails inland.
Travel:: Corfu has one airport, located close to Corfu Town. The most popular charter flights to Corfu are Saturdays, Mondays and Fridays. There is also a daily domestic service from Athens. (Note: when searching for flights to Corfu, the Airport is often called 'Kerkyra' or 'Kapodistrias' with flight code CFU.) EasyJet offer flights from London Gatwick (LGW), Manchester and Bristol to Corfu. There are two airlines that fly from Athens to Corfu. Olympic Airlines and Aegean Airlines.
There are also ferry lines from Italy to Corfu.
We recommend www.inter-corfu.com for car hire.
Local supermarket and bakery 0.2 km. 24 hours bank-cash 5 km.
Activities near Barbati:
Tennis in Dafnila, bird watching, cycling, fishing, gymnasium, health spa, horse riding, night life, sailing, scuba diving, walking, water sports.
Aqualand, Corfu's water park, is great fun for all ages. Situated in the Ropa Valley, just 30 minutes drive from Barbati, the park has a great selection of slides and rides, a lazy river and pool.