Aeolos Beach is a 4-star all-inclusive resort on the east coast of Corfu, Greece, about 10 minutes south of Corfu’s Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site. It occupies a commanding position above the Ionian Sea, providing wonderful panoramic views of the Sea and the surrounding countryside, yet is only a few hundred meters away from the beach.
Aeolos Beach receives high marks for its location, value for money, and service. Corfu is considered one of the greenest of Greek islands, so the 37 acres of Aeolos Beach are relatively lush, with lots oxygen-giving plant life.
Aeolos Beach has a private pebble beach, 2 pools (one of them an infinity pool), 3 restaurants (2 a la carte and a food court), free breakfast, 4 bars, a fitness center, a tennis court, padel tennis (squash with nets), an open air theatre, a spa, a sauna, and a number of other amenities. In addition, Corfu is a fascinating and manageable island.There’s lots to see in Corfu, and lots to do. The beach is reachable via pedestrian tunnel, and it’s recommended that guests wear crocs or other beach shoes because of the pebbles. Public busses stop just outside the resort’s grounds and can take you to Corfu Town and most points around the island.
Guests love the food (both its quantity and quality), the excellent service and polite. Helpful staff, the great views. Guests also liked the kids club, and the snorkeling in the Ionian Sea. Aeolos Beach attracts repeat visits, always a good sign.
Note: Because of the relatively steep topography, Aeolos Beach might be challenging for people with mobility issues.
Aeolos Beach offers rooms, bungalows and suites. Room décor is simple and elegant, with color schemes with lots of blue or beige, depending on the room. Balconies and terraces are generally roofed and supported by timbers, with wooden railings, reflecting Corfiot building preferences.
Room amenities include individually controlled AC, either tub or shower in the bathrooms, closet, coffee and tea facilities, flat screen TV, hair dryer, WiFi, magnifying mirror, pool towels, fridge, and safe deposit box, among others.
Bungalow Rooms Garden/ Sea View
Bungalow rooms come in three categories: Garden View, Sea View, and Superior Sea View. They can sleep up to 3 guests. They have a double bed, and a small sofa bed. A baby cot can be had on request. Garden View rooms give a nice view of the manicured grounds of the resort. Sea View is toward mainland Greece and its mountains, with the Ionian Sea intervening. Superior Sea View is a slightly larger room.
Family Bungalow Open Plan
Family Bungalow Open Plan has a double bed and 2 sofa beds. A baby cot is available on request. Room configuration has the double bed furthest in from the balcony or terrace, with the two sofa beds facing each other at opposite walls, closer to the glass doors leading to the terrace. There are no dividers in this room. View is of the garden, with a partial view of the sea is some units.
Family Bungalow with Sliding doors
Family Bungalow Sliding doors is roomier than the other Family Bungalows (30m2 vs 25m2). It includes a double bed and a sofa bed, and a pair of opaque sliding doors to divide the two sleeping areas. View is mainly of the gardens, and partially of the sea, depending on the location of the bungalow.
Deluxe Room Sea View [Main Building/Bungalow]
The Deluxe Room Sea View in the main building gives you a wonderful view of the beautiful blue Ionian and the hills and mountains of mainland Greece across the way from its furnished balcony.
Family Suites Two Bedrooms Sea View [Bungalow]
These are the largest rooms available at Aeolos Beach. It has a double bed, with 2 sofa beds in a separate room. Baby cot on request. The private, furnished balcony gives a magnificent view of the sea.
Food ad Drink
Aeolos Beach has 3 restaurants, 3 bars, and a snack bar. All are strategically sited to give you the maximum in good views. In addition, private dining is available at a candlelit table at the end of the pier on the beach.
The Main Restaurant gives you a nice panoramic view of the Ionian and of the surrounding area. The cuisine is a mixture of Greek favorites, dishes from the broader Mediterranean, and various International meals. Ingredients are for the most part locally grown or raised. At the same time there is a whole list of gluten-free items. Bread products are based on site, which gives the resort a pleasant fresh bread odor when the wind is right.
There is an assigned kids’ corner where the little ones can eat, play (not with their food because they’ll be supervised), make friends, and give their parents some alone time together. The main restaurant is the venue of choice for this wishing to hold events such as wedding receptions, reunion dinners, etc.
Show cooking takes place during all 3 meals.
The Paralia Beach Restaurant Is the place for Italian food lovers. Pizzas of all kinds, pasta, salads and desserts are prepared in your presence and for your approval. In addition to Italian fare, Paralia offers Greek and wider Mediterranean food, along with salads created fresh with local ingredients. Dishes include Aegean octopus, beef stifado, sand shrimp risotto.
Ionia Restaurant is a recently opened venue which serves buffet-style breakfast and rotisserie specialties in the evening. Guests are gifted by the resort with one free meal at Ionia during their stay. This offer may or may not carry over from year to year. Menu items include Youvarlakia (meatball soup with avgolemono- lemon and egg foam), traditional roasted pork, and milk-fed, slow-cooked lamb.
The Main Lobby Bar has a terrace with unforgettable views of the sea. There are tables and chairs, as well as comfortable wicker furniture. Inside the sun shines off the beautiful rosewood-colored bar, and there is lots of seating in upholstered furniture and love seats. There you can indulge in a whole range of spirits, liqueurs, cocktails, beer, wine, juices and soft drinks.
Aeolos Beach’s Pool Bar can be found at the resort’s family pool. It’s where you can find snacks and drinks of all kinds to refresh yourself on those hot, sunny pool days, whether swimming, sunbathing, or relaxing under your umbrella. Enjoy a beverage, enjoy the view, and enjoy the relaxed ambience of the pool.
Meanwhile, at seaside, the Beach Bar gives you an opportunity to hydrate and refresh yourself whilst passing the day playing at the beach.
The Lagoon Snack Bar can be found next to the infinity pool and gives you one of the best views in the entire resort. All kinds of internationally-branded spirits, beers, and wines are available, as well as snacks such as ice cream, hot and cold sandwiches, hot dogs and chips.
Spa and Wellness
Aeolos Beach offers spa services with its 3 treatment rooms (one for couples), and a variety of massage therapies. Al fresco spa treatments are also available in the open air gazebo near the infinity swimming pool.
Spa treatments include back, neck and scalp massage, full body massage, and foot massage all of which invigorate, regenerate, remove fluid and toxins, and restore that critical balance between body, mind, and environment. A sauna is available to sweat out those toxins.
The fitness room has every piece of equipment and free weight imaginable to keep yourself in tip-top shape all during your holiday. Trim away that extra poundage acquired through days of lazing by the pool or on the beach sipping beer or soft drinks by getting up early and having a vigorous workout session.
There are a number of sports options at Aelos Beach. They include tennis, ping pong, beach volleyball, boccia, aqua aerobics, water polo, darts, and padel.
The Aeolos Animation Team has ongoing programmes during both the day and the evening, for both youngsters and grownups. A comprehensive entertainment programme includes a variety of sports, competitions, shows, live music, and a weekly presentation of Greek folklore dances. Kids can also enjoy themselves at a dedicated playground, a mini club, and a mini disco.
In the Area
Corfu is an island rich in history. There are all kinds of things to see and do here.
Just a stone’s throw from Aeolos Beach (720 meters as the crow flies) is the Achilleon Palace, a 50-acre estate which now operates as a museum under the authority of the Greek National Tourism Organization. It’s rated as #2 on US News and World Report’s list of things to do in Corfu (the beaches were #1). The palace was built in 1890 for Elisabeth, Empress of Austria, known as Sissi. Sissi had been devastated by the suicide of her only son and needed a refuge. The grounds are full of sculptures inspired by Greek mythology, the Achilleon, named after Achilles, has many representations of the ancient hero, both in statuary and paintings. The palace itself is modeled after villas in Pompeii.
The Old City of Corfu is just a few minutes north of Aeolos Beach. It’s a listed UNESCO World Heritage site, and is full of narrow, twisty streets with a surprise around every corner. A highlight is the Old Fortress, built in the 14th century during the island’s rule by Venice. Its heights offers tremendous views of the town and the surrounding area.
Aqualand is a large waterpark about 20km northwest of the resort. It has all kinds of slides, games, pools, and other activities. It also has 2 bars, some fast food restaurants, and an arcade. Parents praise the large number of slides.
The Corfu Donkey Rescue is a refuge for more than 500 donkeys, many of which are enjoying a labor-free retirement. You have the opportunity of taking one of them out for a donkey walk.
There are lots and lots of really nice beaches in Corfu, especially along the west coast. Probably the best of the lot is Palaiokastritsa Beach, easily reachable by local bus, which takes you through the silvery olive orchards and live oaks of the island. The water is crystal clear, the sand soft and brown, and the sunsets are spectacular. There are many more excellent beaches up and down both coasts, as well.
Palaiokastritsa Beach is named after the island’s most famous monastery, Palaiokastritsa, which, from its heights, give you the best views on Corfu. The monastery dates the 1200’s.
Pontikonisi (Mouse Island) is a picturesque islet about 2.5 km north of the resort, and is the most photographed site on Corfu. This pocket island has a small whitewashed Byzantine chapel built is the 11th or 12th century.
There are lots of other things to do and see on Corfu. There is a golf course on the island, plus a number of boat and bus island tours available.
Aeolos Beach is a great place to holiday, and Corfu a wonderful island to visit. It has a high number of British ex-pats, mostly due to the long stay here of poet Lawrence Durrell and his brother, naturalist Gerald, beginning in 1935 when their mother brought the family to Corfu, where they lived as expats until the outbreak of WWII.
Perama, Corfu 490 84
+30 26610 331-33
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