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All-inclusive in Corfu   

“For families who want to holiday on a budget, opting for an all-inclusive trip is the obvious choice”

You know exactly how much you need to spend for the whole trip and everyone in the family can have what they want without worrying about costs going out of the window…

  • All-inclusive in Corfu  

    For families who want to holiday on a budget, opting for an all-inclusive trip is the obvious choice. You know exactly how much you need to spend for the whole trip and everyone in the family can have what they want without worrying about costs going out of the window.

    Generally all meals, some snacks, local drinks and some activities will be included in the price you pay up front while there’ll be the option to upgrade on certain things, if you want to.

    Most importantly, go all-inclusive and everyone in the party can relax and enjoy the chance to unwind.

    An all-inclusive holiday in Corfu with Falcon is a great idea for those who want fun combined with value for money. Here’s why…

    Resort entertainment in Corfu

    Aqualand Corfu

    If you’d rather a kids’ club than a water park then bookthe Zafiris resort in Sidari. It’s close to the beach and has free kids’ clubs for 3-11 year olds on site. There’s a pool, Wi-Fi, fitness room and entertainment programme too.

    Mareblue Beach in St Spyridon

    Corfu’s Mareblue Beach in St Spyridon is another classic option. Swimming pools, bars, Cretan, Mediterranean and international cuisine, tennis courts, aqua aerobics, a games room, Wi-Fi and more, are all part of your all-inclusive Corfu holiday. And if that’s not enough, it’s just 60 metres from a small beach too. Sun worshippers rejoice!

    Resort food and drink

    Greek salad

    Stay in an all-inclusive resort and you’ll have access to a whole range of delicious Greek food. It’s a great way to try a little bit of everything, and to encourage the children to be a little more adventurous too.

    If food is one of the most important aspects of your holiday, book into the Primasol Louis Ionian Sun in laid-back Agios Ioannis Peristeron. This sunny escape is right on the beach where you can enjoy your all-inclusive breakfast, lunch and dinner from morning to night. Snacks and locally-produced alcohol are served from 10pm to midnight and the buffet restaurant includes a live cooking show too. While you’re there keep an eye out for the themed evenings on offer.

    All-inclusive evenings

    Aquis Park Hotel Gouvia

    The Aquis Park Hotel in Gouvia is in a tranquil location but just a few minutes from Gouvia, if you’re looking for some interesting nightlife. Make the most of the all-inclusive local drinks at the hotel before venturing out to see the bright lights. Learn about Greek folklore evenings inside the resort, or sit back and relax to the sounds of live music – these events run every week.

    Families and couples

    Couples will enjoy the all-inclusive atmosphere at Hotel Aquis Aghios Gordios Beach. It’s set on the hillside and looks out onto the swimming pool, sun terrace and al fresco eating areas you can enjoy below.

    Sip your all-inclusive local drinks on the pool terrace, or visit the rooftop bar for cocktails. With four restaurants onsite you won’t get bored, and relaxation comes in the form of a comprehensive wellness area with nail, body and facial treatments and a masseuse and hairdresser too.

    Corfu’s Louis Family Resort in Alykes Potamos has plenty of evening entertainment for parents and kids alike. There’s a small amphitheatre and live shows three times a week. Thomson the Dog mascot will come to visit the little ones throughout your stay and there’s a Thomson Kids’ Club and family resort programme. Children will love their own dedicated buffet area, and you can get them up and active at the included beach volleyball and tennis courts as the sun goes down in the evenings.

    We hope you now have an idea of what to expect from an all-inclusive holiday in Corfu.

    What is it that attracts you to this style of travel?

    Thanks to Geoff Peters and gabrieletudico for the images from Flickr used under the Creative Commons License. 

Author: Charlotte Brenner

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