Kavos is situated on the southern tip of the island of Corfu, opposite the Greek mainland, and is surrounded by flat cultivated land and olive groves. It lies on the edge of an agricultural area and not so long ago agriculture and fishing were the main activities of its small population.
brain plus iq . intelimax iq The nights at Kavos are far from quiet and not even remotely traditional Greek. The array of restaurants, bars and discos along either side of the main street of Kavos is, in one word, impressive. ere are plenty of Tavernas offering British menus and there are even a couple of more traditional places if that is what you prefer. And when it comes to bars and discos the scope is simply amazing. You can listen to almost any kind of music from garage and beat to the more classic music of the 70s and 80s and you can be sure that no matter which joint you choose, the party will go on late into the night. Loud music, bright lights, and faces brimming with excitement wherever you look, all mingle to the single sensation - that this is the reveller’s dreamland.
With its five-mile long stretch of golden sand facing the Greek mainland, and its shallow safe water is perhaps the only feature that has remained largely unchanged over time. Of course, it now offers all the usual beach facilities as well as a wide range of water sports to choose from if you are feeling active. However, just taking a nap on the sea beds is another very popular activity, especially when it comes to those who had a rowdy night before.
Kavos is about 30 miles to the south of Corfu town and it is roughly an hour’s drive from there. There are regular bus connections, but there are also boat trips not only to Corfu town, but also to Parga, on the Greek mainland, as well as to Paxos and Antipaxos, two small islands off the southern coast of the island of Corfu.Another way of going about would be to hire a moped, which would give you the additional advantage of exploring the area at your own pace.
But there is yet more to Kavos than just its beach and its nightlife attraction. The surrounding area offers interesting walks and strolls of varying length and difficulty through olive groves, fields or, for the more daring, through wooded land to the headland of Asprokavos or to Arkoudillas. These latter will reward you with breath-taking views from the hills and cliffs of the southern edge of Corfu and, on a clear day, of the islands of Paxos and Antipaxos. You could also visit the ruins of an old monastery near Arkoudilas.