Holidays in
Ipsos

A lively Corfu seaside resort

Ipsos holidays offer a classic seaside break in sun-kissed Corfu. Set around a stunning blue bay, the undisputed star of Ipsos is a golden sand and shingle beach, which stretches alongside azure waters for 1.5 kilometres. From the sunloungers that line the beach, holidaymakers enjoy knockout views of Mount Pantokrator – Corfu’s highest peak. At the far end of the beach, you’ll find plenty of lively bars and nightclubs, which give Ipsos a reputation as something of a party spot.

While there’s no denying that holidays to Ipsos will keep night owls happy, the area close to the old harbour is much calmer and is popular with families. There’s also plenty in Ipsos to keep kids entertained, including banana-boat rides, parasailing and visits to traditional villages close by. If you can drag yourself away from Ipsos’s sun, sea and restaurants, it’s worth taking a day trip into Corfu Town just a few kilometres away. A fun-filled coastal resort that will please all types of traveller, Ipsos has it all.

Your Ipsos questions, answered

Ipsos’s lively nightlife scene means clubbers are very well catered for, but families with kids and more laid-back couples can find peaceful spots, too.

While the summer is the hottest and, therefore, most popular time to visit, Ipsos makes for a pleasant break any time of year thanks to its mild climate and pretty scenery.

In Ipsos, you’ll find plenty of shops and mini-markets to pick up supplies for long days on the beach – just bring some clothes and bathing suits.

Best things to do in Ipsos

Scan the horizon

Every year, some lucky beachgoers in Ipsos report spotting dolphins in the sea – keep your eyes peeled when you’re at the beach and you might see some, too.

Go scuba-diving

While there’s more than enough above ground to keep you busy, Ipsos has a range of exciting sites for scuba divers to explore underwater as well.

Enjoy the bars

In Ipsos, you will find everything from chic cocktail bars to traditional Greek haunts, and there’s even one or two quintessentially British pubs to be found.