Glyfada Corfu is one of those resorts that offers the best of both worlds, lively but not chaotic, fashionable but small enough to retain a traditional feel, laid-back but with plenty to keep you occupied.
The warm turqoise waters of the Ionian wash the long stretch of fine golden sand at Glyfada beach which is ideal for families with small children. It is said to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Corfu, and is the obvious main attraction of a holiday in Glyfada Greece. Going beyond the beach, the golf course at Ropa Valley has several lakes and sand-traps, and is open almost all-year round. In addition to this, the scenery in Glyfada Corfu is magnificent and the rolling hills, rocky cliffs and pine trees are quite popular with walkers that decide to take a stroll along the coast.
Glyfada holidays are all about stepping back in time and following the slow pace of the locals. So choose on of the family run restaurants of the area and enjoy traditional Greek specialities. Have a browse around the charming little shops, taking the time to chat the friendly shopkeepers. Or simply sit with a chilled glass of ouzo at one of the tavernas and watch the captivating coral sunset of Glyfada Corfu .
Nightly entertainment is sometimes overwhelmingly in Corfu, but that is not the case in Glyfada. You can enjoy yourself at the variety of tavernas and cosy bars but if you are looking for a night of partying you better visit the neighbouring village of Pelekas, that has a more vibrant nightlife.