Olive groves and sandy coves
Kommeno offers visitors stunning surroundings and a chance to spend lazy days simply relaxing on the beach. It’s located on the east coast of Corfu, within easy reach of some of the island’s largest resorts. The golden sands are surrounded by emerald green forested hillsides and are fringed by clear waters with the gently shelving beach making it perfect for little paddlers. Boats bob in the sea just off the coast and make this the ideal place for families and couples to book trips and explore the stunning coastline.
This tranquil resort offers a relaxing paradise, while being a 20 minute drive from the island’s capital, Corfu Town. Here you’ll find a further selection of restaurants and bars, as well as some lively activities and long stretches of beach where you can spend the day relaxing or make the most of the water sports on offer. Families will love taking their little ones to the thrills and rides of Aqualand Water Park, which is just over 15 minutes away.
Holidays in Kommeno centre around its beach, although there are plenty of attractions nearby. History lovers will find ruins within easy reach, while those wanting to explore can take the hiking and mountain biking trails through the fragrant hills and forests surrounding the town. The town also offers an excellent selection of local restaurants where you can choose classic Greek mezzes and fresh seafood dishes.
Book your luxury holiday in Kommeno with Sovereign and we’ll help you get the most from your time away. We’ve perfected the art of holidaymaking, with expert Trusted Advisers on hand to help you choose the best option for you. Choose to stay at the Corfu Imperial, Grecotel Exclusive Resort and enjoy stunning gardens overlooking the sparkling sea. Its private beach is the perfect place to relax, while guest rooms feature beautiful décor.
Flight time from the UK to Corfu is around 3 hours.
Transfer time from Corfu airport to Kommeno is approximately 20 minutes.
Like the rest of Greece, Corfu is a reliable year-round destination for sunshine, with the holiday season running loosely from March all the way to October. The mercury is at its peak in July and August, when temperatures push past 30°C and you can expect sunshine 12 hours a day.
Currently visas are not required for UK citizens travelling to Greece.
In Greece, a service charge will be included in the bill at restaurants and bars. Much like the UK, an additional tip is not required, although is appreciated for particularly good service. It is common to round off the amount when paying cash, particularly with wait staff and taxi drivers.
The official language of Greece is Greek. English is widely spoken, too, so getting by is easy.