Cheap Kavos Holidays
Kavos is famous for its nightclubs, fantastic beach and great restaurants which means a holiday of pure fun and delight. But that isn’t to say that Kavos is just for clubbers, as this lively resort has tons to keep you entertained, whatever sort of person you may be. With great deals on cheap places to stay including All Inclusive hotels, Kavos holidays are a great choice.
Sitting at the southern tip of Corfu, Kavos has slightly warmer temperatures than the west of the island. In the summer months, you might get highs of 30°C. In fact, there have been several heat waves over the years where the temperatures have risen to around 40°C.
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Corfu International Airport is about an hour’s drive away, 46km from Kavos.
Book a cheap holiday to Kavos with Airtours and see exactly what this party resort is all about. Dance the night away in one of the many clubs and bars or settle down for laughs, chats and catch ups with your friends or family. Whether you spend the days soaking up the sun or exploring Corfu on an excursion, holidays to Kavos are bound to be packed with fun.
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Contrary to popular belief, there's way more to Kavos than meets the eye. It's an ideal place for families, couples and solo travellers, and with such great deals on cheap places to stay, now’s your time to book.
If you’re keen to get some traditional mementoes from your travels, you can’t go wrong with some of the Greek crafts sold on the main road in Kavos. With a selection of leather goods, ceramics and spoons made from beautifully crafted olive wood you’re bound to pick up something that’ll always remind you of your holiday. If you want to explore further, then Corfu Town is a great place to have a browse through the little boutiques and shops, or enjoy a refreshing cocktail in one of the cool bars for a lazy afternoon.
There are many beautiful villages surrounding the town which are ideal for escaping the buzzing world of Kavos. The neighbouring villages of Moraitika and Messonghi have quiet beaches, olive groves and tavernas serving yummy mezze boards and refreshing drinks. If you want to see a bit more countryside on your holiday, make a trip over to Lake Korrison which is about half an hour away from Kavos by car. This manmade lagoon is a haven for many types of tropical birds and exotic wildlife including flamingos.
Kavos has a well earned reputation of being a fun holiday destination, and it’s been a firm fixture on clubbers’ to do lists since the 90s. Amongst all the usual club nights, there are loads of bars and tavernas offering entertainment from Greek nights to karaoke and cabaret. For a bit of daytime entertainment, head over to Aqualand in Aghios Ioannis for some high octane water slides, the lazy river and more great rides.
Nightlife: Packed with bars, restaurants, clubs and theatres, the nightlife in Kavos is great value and tons of fun. A million miles away from the rainy dark nights out in the UK.
Beach fans: 8km long, sun kissed and shallow water, the beach in Kavos has plenty of sun loungers and is perfect for everyone. The lovely warm waters are especially good for little ones.
Excursions: Take any one of the boat trips over to Paxos and Antipaxos for a quick getaway from the hustle and bustle of Kavos.
Language: Greek is the language spoken in Corfu but resorts such as Kavos tend to be multilingual in shops and bars.
Currency: The Euro is the currency of Corfu.
Local time: One hour ahead of GMT time. So instead of partying until 1am, it’s 2am!
Fly to: Corfu International Airport is near Corfu Town and approximately 46km from Kavos.
Flight time from UK: Around 3 hours 30 minutes to Kavos from the UK.
Tourist information: See Greece's Tourist information for more info on your stay in Kavos here.
Visa and health: You won’t need a visa to travel to Kavos for a holiday and there are no vaccinations needed.
Temperature: The temperatures in Kavos can be a little higher than other parts of Corfu, reaching the late 20s and early 30s in the summer months. The winter months are cooler and can drop to lows of 10°C.
Best time to visit: The summer months between May and October are the best times to visit Kavos for beach holidays. The high temperatures combined with hours of sunshine and a sea breeze make the weather great for lounging on the beach by day and partying by night. The winter months are a lot cooler and wetter and there might be a few winter storms.
Bus: There are plenty of cheap buses running around Kavos that connect you to the surrounding towns and villages. Pop over to Corfu Town for a change of scenery.
Car Hire: If you want to see more of the island, hiring a car could be a good way of doing this at your own speed. There are lots of car hire businesses in Kavos.
Taxi: Always a reliable way of getting about, Kavos has numerous taxis.
Boat trips: Fancy sailing away for the day along the Ionian sea? There are lots of boat trips in Kavos offering everything from relaxing trips over to Paxos Island to fun fuelled booze cruises.
Clubbing calendar: Keen clubbers will be familiar with the jam packed events in Kavos including gigs from top DJs and notoriously fun club nights such as the Sandstorm Beach Party and the Full Moon party. The many events over the summer season between June and September won’t disappoint you, if you’re looking to escape the daily grind.
Wine Festival in Arillas: If you’re visiting Kavos in autumn, then a trip two hours north to the little town of Arillas for their annual wine festival would be well worth your time. Wine made in the vineyards surrounding the village is on offer and you can enjoy barbecued food and learn about the traditional way of making Corfiot wine. The festivities are finished off with a spot of folk music and dancing until the small hours.
Exhibitions: There are several museums and art galleries in Corfu Town and they can be a real treat to escape to when the sun is scorching. The Corfu Museum of Asian Art has ever changing travelling exhibitions which are worth catching. You don’t need much of an excuse to visit this museum though; it’s housed in a 19th century mansion built during British rule for army commanders, and contains beautiful galleries full of art from the Rar East.