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Corfu Travel Guide > Resorts Guide : Peroulades Corfu

Peroulades Corfu

Back to Top of PagePeroulathes - Sunset Beach


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Peroulathes is not a resort but an ancient Greek village, wrapped in a time warp, however there is some accommodation available. A small village with tiny Greek houses, and as you leave the village and head for the famous sunset beach (Logas Beach) you catch glimpses of the most stunning panoramic views on the island of Corfu.

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Who is the Resort for, Peroulades, Corfu Resort Guide, Corfu Travel Guide
Peroulathes is away from the noisy resorts, being at the most North Westerley part of the island, and there are many fantastic walks in the area. A car is essential for visiting other parts of the island.

Back to Top of PageThe Peroulades Beach - Sunset Beach


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Sorry to say, but the beach - after the stunning views - is a little dissapointing. It is very narrow and whenever a ferry or cruise ship goes by, the wash completely covers the beach - quite refreshing!
Type
Sandy

The Peroulades Beach - Sunset Beach, Peroulades, Corfu Resort Guide, Corfu Travel Guide
Sunbeds
None
Facilities
None on the beach, only at the tavernas at the top.

The Peroulades Beach - Sunset Beach, Peroulades, Corfu Resort Guide, Corfu Travel Guide
Child Suitability
Lethal!

The Peroulades Beach - Sunset Beach, Peroulades, Corfu Resort Guide, Corfu Travel Guide
Accessibility
Down lots of steps.
Cleanliness and Urchins
Very clean and not an urchin in sight. The water did look a little muddy.

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Places of Interest, Peroulades, Corfu Resort Guide, Corfu Travel Guide
For those staying anywhere in the North of the island please do not miss seeing the sunset from Sunset Beach. The stunning views and the specially chosen music from the bar make it an experience not to be missed. Also for those who like to see Corfu as it used to be, take a stroll through the village.

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Sidari is the nearest 'touristy' resort - to the East. St Stephanos (Avliotes) is to the South

Back to Top of PageHow to get to Peroulades

Head West through Sidari, and at the T Junction sign posted for Melitsa (Three Little Pigs Taverna) turn right and carry on to the next T Junction at the Canal D?Amour. Turn left and head out of town. Bear right at the next Y junction and this will take you into Peroulathes. For Sunset Beach carry on through village and take the signposted road on the right hand side.
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Back to Top of PageTavernas in Peroulades


Tavernas in Peroulades, Peroulades, Corfu Resort Guide, Corfu Travel Guide
There is one taverena at Sunset Beach and Yannis Taverna in the village.

Back to Top of PageBars and NIghtclubs in Peroulades


Bars and NIghtclubs in Peroulades, Peroulades, Corfu Resort Guide, Corfu Travel Guide
There is one cocktail style bar at the top of Sunset Beach.

Bars and NIghtclubs in Peroulades, Peroulades, Corfu Resort Guide, Corfu Travel Guide
Orchard Pub & Restaurant
The famous Orchard Pub/Restaurant is located on the road between Sidari and Peroulades just outside of Sidari on your left hand side. For more information just check out the Orchard link.

Back to Top of PageWater Sports in Peroulades


Water Sports in Peroulades, Peroulades, Corfu Resort Guide, Corfu Travel Guide
There are no watersport facilities in Peroulades.
Boat Rental
There is no boat rental in Peroulades.

Back to Top of PageShopping in Peroulades


Shopping in Peroulades, Peroulades, Corfu Resort Guide, Corfu Travel Guide
Two mini markets in the village.



Shopping in Peroulades, Peroulades, Corfu Resort Guide, Corfu Travel Guide
Supermarkets
None at Sunset beach. A small one in the village.

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Exchange/Money
Unfortunately there is no cash machine or exchange in Peroulades.
Public Swimming Pools in Peroulades
There are no public swimming pools in Peroulades.
Telephone and Post Box
There is a public telephone situated in Peroulades.
Children's Facilities
Keep children firmly under control. There are no barriers to the cliffs, and it is a long long way down!
Disabled Facilities
At the Beach top, the parking is close to the Taverna and only a short distance.
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Topic Topic: Corfu Food Guide - The Times
Forum: General Corfu Holiday Questions
Elliemay

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Posted: 10 Aug 2017 at 5:12pm
Bikolis in Peroulades and Yialos in Karousades. Both really Greek and excellent restaurants.
View Topic: Corfu Food Guide - The Times
Topic Topic: Just Booked ...
Forum: Kassiopi
Deedee

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Posted: 06 May 2017 at 1:15pm
We got home in the early hours of this morning after a week of bliss.  Thoroughly enjoyed a week off real life.  No TV, no newspapers and only on the inernet twice - to check arrangements for meeting up with resident friends and to check for any changes to our return flight.  
Nikos-Cassiopeia was very comfortable and a great base for our holiday.  We had advised that we would be arriving in the early hours and they advised us of the access arrangements.  We walked in to find ourselves in a spacious, two bedroomed apartment rather than the studio we had booked.  When we met our hosts on Saturday afternoon we asked whether we were in the right unit and Natasha responded that, as they were not full, they thought we would benefit from the full kitchen facilities of the larger apartment.  It was good to have a full size fridge freezer & cooker.
Somewhat to my surprise, I didn't miss having a sea view.
About two thirds of Kassiopi was open at the beginning of our stay and more eateries, bars & shops opened during our week.  Almost everywhere is open from today.  When we were in Kassiopi during the day we lunched at Virginia's enjoying the food, wine and view.  We also had an early dinner there last night  before leaving for the airport - tried their delicious burgers for the first time.  We dined at Melina Bay three times - different style and price point to Virginia's but we find at both venues the food, wine, staff and view combine into a very positive experience.  We tried breakfast at Bolero - good bacon & good coffee.  If we had been there for longer than week we would probably have tried an evening meal there  - maybe next time.  
Outside of Kassiopi we had a leisurely Sunday lunch with MCH & Elliemay at Taverna Yialos (off the main road across the North) and a great evening with them at Taverna Bikolis at Peroulades.  
It was a joy to be there so early in the season with all the plant life in abundance and spring fresh. During a walk round Roda en route to meet our friends for that Sunday lunch we came cross a beautiful rose garden and watched the beach being prepared for the season.
The only problem we had with this holiday was that a week just wasn't enough, even though it was our 17th visit to Corfu.

Deedee Big smile

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Topic Topic: The Durrells
Forum: General Corfu Holiday Questions
joefish

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Posted: 01 Dec 2016 at 8:21pm
The location where you get a view down the coast from Cape Drastis to the steps at Peroulades is pretty dodgy actually - by which I mean fairly dangerous to get near, never mind for a film crew to be lumping kit around. It's where Mrs Durrell wanders off to read a book and throw nuts at some field mice - for some reason.

The track that leads down to Cape Drastis has the very best views from the top. As you descend, your view is mostly blocked by trees and reeds. You can either step out onto the cape (but you're limited in how far you can go now) or follow the track all the way down to a very narrow inlet where you can get a boat tour. (The rock shelves out just under the water in this inlet too, so it's fine for getting in and out for a swim).

But as you make your way back onto the tarmac road from the track and away from the cape, on the shore side of the road is a high bank, fenced off, with some olive trees. The scene was shot up there, looking along the coast away from the cape. But be warned, that bank doesn't slope off on the far side - at the top of the bank you can see from the road, there's a sheer drop of hundreds of meters, and the face of it is being eroded all the time. From the sea you can see fresh falls from the cliff tops that occur several times a year!

There are a few other tracks around Corfu which are scarily close to massive drops. If you take the service path from opposite The Orchard in Sidari, up the slope and along the coast to Cape Drastis, you go past the radio towers and you'll see 4WD tracks along the trail. There's a line of shrubs right beside the road, and they're hiding another shear drop.

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Topic Topic: Countdown To Sidari 2016
Forum: Sidari
flynnmo

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Posted: 17 May 2016 at 12:41pm
For me, Alecko's oppos. the church for gyros. You're right about Venezia, love it. Also at that end, up behind the garage on the Magoulades road, there's Bavias - traditional home cooked food, open all year round and frequented by the locals. Salt n Pepper also there - haven't actually used this one but has a good reputation. Going out the other end - past The Orchard, always a favourite, keep going towards Peroulades and try Bikolis, owned and run by the lovely Eleni and Nikos. Or splash out on a taxi and head up to Ilias Taverna in Avliotes - fab food and spectacular views. - 11 days and counting - yayyy!!!


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Topic Topic: Quizzes
Forum: The Kafeneon
Elliemay

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Posted: 14 Jan 2016 at 8:37pm
Best you check your facts Davyboy.

There is an Argo in Gouvia Marina and an Ammos restaurant in Agios Georgios North. Many restaurants of the same name. x
Also Face Restaurant in Sidari on the way to Peroulades and Arjee Bhagee in Kavos/St George which are normally classed as the same.

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Topic Topic: There And Back Again
Forum: Kassiopi
Deedee

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Posted: 07 Oct 2015 at 2:22pm
So, we are back from our two weeks in Kassiopi. What a lovely two weeks it was. We stayed in Sun Rise Apartments this year and would stay there again. They are to the right of the harbour (as you face the sea), behind the Manessi Apartments. Great location, quiet & peaceful but 2 minutes walk to the harbour and everything Kassiopi has to offer. Our apartment was clean, light, airy, well equipped and very comfortable. The balcony afforded a great view of the castle and the harbour. We spent a couple of hours on it each morning enjoying our pain aux raisin and coffee along with the view. Oh those pain aux raisin! I think they call them raisin & custard croissants in the bakery. We ate far too many of them but they were so good.

The weather was mostly good. Very hot for our first couple of days, we needed the aircon. Our friends stayed at Melina Bay and were very happy there. One of our friends was visiting Corfu for the first time so we thought he might want to be out & about a lot but he was quite content to sunbathe on Kalamionas beach most days. We visited Kalami, Acharavi, Roda, Sidari, Paleocastritsa and Corfu Town. We had a puncture on the hire car (Value Plus replaced the car) and had a wet boat ride to Corfu Town. We also had two dry boat rides to Corfu Town and went in by car. We used the new car park on the main road near the new port –easy to get to and 3€ for all day. In-between we relaxed and pottered around the Kassiopi shops - some interesting new ones and some revitalised previously existing ones.

We had a couple of disappointments – one taverna served me unpeeled king prawns, didn’t provide a fingerbowl until I requested one then the waiter tried to tell me that prawns are always served that way. On the same evening we walked up to a café bar we had used on previous visits and were surprised to be informed that they didn’t serve coffee at that time of the evening. Their ‘waiter’ went on to tell us, in so many words, that if we didn’t like it we could go elsewhere. We did and we didn’t use either of those establishments for the rest of our holiday.

We enjoyed some good food and some great food. Limani has been our favourite lunch spot for a few years now and continues to be so. Harbour Bar was, again, our usual pre-dinner rendezvous. We also had a few post dinner drinks in Virginia’s. We re-visited & enjoyed Kalami Beach Taverna, Sousouro, Petrino & the restaurant at the Melina Bay (delicious seafood saffron risotto on our last night, with peeled prawns). New eateries we tried this year and would happily re-visit in the future were Uncle Simos in Kassiopi, Alegria in Acharavi, Alipa in Paleocastritsa and Bikolis in Peroulades.

Back in 2001, on our first visit to Corfu and staying in Kalami, Porto was the first taverna we ate at in Kassiopi. I had my first tastes of Lamb in Gastra, Bourdheto and Yiouvetsi there and enjoyed them all. We hadn’t been in Porto for several years but noting that it was under new management we decided to try it one night. The Lamb in Gastra was even better than I remembered, my companions enjoyed their meals there too and Porto still has the old photographs of Kassiopi and Corfu Town inside. There are a couple of Corfu Town in 1862.

Our first morning back at home was a rude awakening – no balcony, no view, no sunshine and no pain aux raisin! However we are back in Kassiopi for a week next May, following our first cruise. It’s a few years since we last visited early season so we are looking forward to the lighter evenings and being able to enjoy those views for longer.

Deedee   
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Topic Topic: Sidari Money/Joylife Hotel
Forum: Sidari
danfarrell

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Posted: 11 Sep 2015 at 2:05pm
Hello everyone,
Back to Sidari on 14th for a week, whats the exchange rates like? Been told to bring all my money in euros, getting roughly 1.34 here. Also does anyone know if the Joylife Hotel in Peroulades is still open? My friend has booked them and tried ringing for directions (he has hired a car from airport) but cannot get any answer from them, I think he is worried as he booked them from a third party travel agency. Any info on either subject would be appreciated gladly, thank you. Danfarrell

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Topic Topic: Village Festivals/Panegyris 2015
Forum: General Corfu Holiday Questions
Elliemay

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Posted: 01 Jul 2015 at 3:04pm
01/07/15 Panegyri/Festivals in Avliotes, Kanoni, Garitsa.
02/07/15 Panegyri/Festival in Petriti.
07/07/15 Panegyri/Festival in Peroulades.
08/07/15 Panegyri/Festival in Kavos.

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Topic Topic: How Many Restaurants Will Be Open At This Time?
Forum: General Corfu Holiday Questions
Elliemay

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Posted: 26 Feb 2015 at 2:05pm
OKAY!!!
Restaurants that are open all year around.

Bikolis in Peroulades. Open every evening except Tuesday.
Zephyros in Almyros. Open every day as far as I am aware but obviously limited choice.
Mon Amour in Kavadades. Open every evening. Mainly grill room but excellent food.
Pizza Romano in Sidari. Open every evening. Pizzas from their pizza oven and other dishes.
Bavias in Sidari. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Bit more than a grill room.
Tavernaki in Kassiopi were going to be open for the winter but closed and believe they are reopening in April. 

Over to you folks. Please add any that you are aware of or any corrections. Lol

View Topic: How Many Restaurants Will Be Open At This Time?
Topic Topic: Help To Find A Taverna
Forum: Kassiopi
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Posted: 17 Feb 2015 at 9:49am
The only Sunset Taverna I Know is in Peroulades. Most people I know call it that because of its magical Sunsets, but its proper name is the Panorama Restaurant 7th Heaven place we visit two or three times a year As Graham T.A says it's a couple of km past Sidari. This is a great place to visit.      I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong   
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Topic Topic: Village Festivals/Panegyris 2015
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Posted: 12 Feb 2015 at 11:00am
12/02/15 Tsiknopemti (Smoke Thursday). Traditionally the last day to eat meat before Easter Sunday.
25/03/15 Greek Independence Day/Greek Orthodox Annunciation Celebration.   
23/02/15 Katheri Theftera (Clean Monday). First day of Lent with traditional picnics and kite flying.
01/05/15 May Day/Labour Day. Celebration of Spring/Celebration of workers. Panegyris in many villages.
20/05/15 Panegyri/Festival Agios Martinos.
21/05/15 Ascension Festival in Arillas. Tradiitional dancing, food and local beers.
21/05/15 Panegyri/Festival in Nymfes, Loustri, Gimari possibly many more as this is a major celebration. 
24/05/15 Panegyri/Festival in Kato Korakiana. Churchyard of St. Helens Church.
31/05/15 Traditional dance display. Acharavi in Town Hall Square.
01/06/15 Panegyri/Festival in Linia.
14/06/15 Panegyri/Festival in Rachtades.
23/06/15 St. John's Eve (Klidonas) Fire jumping in many villages.
01/07/15 Panegyri/Festivals in Avliotes, Kanoni, Garitsa.
02/07/15 Panegyri/Festival in Petriti.
07/07/15 Panegyri/Festival in Peroulades.
08/07/15 Panegyri/Festival in Kavos.
11/07/15 Traditional Greek dancing festival. Pelekas.
11/07/15 Megalo panegyri in Acharavi.
17/07/15 International Folk Dance Meeting. Corfu Town Square.
17/07/15 Festival of Agia Marina (patron Saint of Benitses) in Benitses.
17/07/15 Panegyri in Gazakita.                  
18/07/15 International Folk Dance Meeting. Sinies.
25/07/15 Pie festival in Gimari.
26/07/15 Panegyi/Festival in Vraganiotika, Neochoraki Lafki, Loustres and Velonades.
27/07/15 Panegyri/Festival in Vitalades and Kato Garouna.
01/08/15 Sardine Festival at Pentati. Panegyri/Festial in Moraitika.
01/08/15 and 02/08/15 Panegyri/Festival Roda/Acharavi. Main road near BP garage.
01/08/15 and 02/08/15. Antamoma Festival in Arillas.
01/08/15 Meeting of traditional dance groups in Kassiopi.
06/08/15 Panegyri/Festival in Makrades.
07/08/15 St. Spyridon/Perithia varkarola.
08/08/15 Varkarola Festival in Paleokastritsa. Celebrates the miracle of St. Spyridon/Odysseus. 
08/08/15 Panegryri/Festival in Marathias.
09/08/15 Varkarola and choir meeting in Kassiopi.
10/08/15 Panegyri/Festival in Strongili South.
11/08/15 St. Spyridons day. Procession in Corfu Town.
15/08/15 Festival of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. Church processions, panegyris in many villages.
16/08/15 Panegyri/Festival in Kavadades.
17/08/15 Sardine Festival in Benitses.
22/08/15 Panegyri/Festival in Linea.
23/08/15 Corfu Dance Festival in Arillas, held 23-28th August 2015.
26/08/15 Wine festival in Gouvia.
23/08/15 Festival of Virgin Odigitrias in Pentati.
04/09/15 Festival/Panegyri in Platonas.
05/09/15 Arillas wine festival.
05/09/15 Loustri pie festival.
05/09/15 Festival/Panegyri Vraganiotika.
12/09/15 Kavadades wine festival.
13/09/15 Kassiopi wine festival.
24/09/15 Monastery of St. John, Agios Ioannis, Karousades. Entertainment and games by CREART.
25/09/15 Monastery of St. John, Agios Ioannis, Karousades. Karousades Philharmonic Orchestra.
26/09/15 Monastery of St. John, Agios Ioannis, Karousades. Panegyri/Festival.
26/09/15 Festival/Panegyri in Myrtiotissa.
07/10/15 - 10/10/15 Corfu Beer Festival in Arillas. Corfu meets Italy.(CANCELLED)
10/10/15 Beer festival in Arillas for just one day. CANCELLED. Adverse weather.

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Topic Topic: No Real Reason
Forum: Sidari
flynnmo

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Posted: 26 Oct 2014 at 6:00pm
Hi. No real reason for posting other than I was feeling a wee bit sorry for Sidari. It's had no visitors for over a fortnight! Poor Sidari. It's the place that started our love affair with Corfu in 1988/89. Still love the place. Sure it's changed a lot and become more built up (although the monstrosity on the hillside HAS started to blend in), but the people remain the same kind, generous people we became friends with all those years ago and are still friends with. Some people are put off by stories about "the strip", which is actually only about 50 metres at the far end of the main street, believe me - Vegas it ain't! There's absolutely no reason to set foot on "the strip" if you don't want to - we don't. There are more than enough quiet little bars/tavernas/restaurants where you can while away an evening. Alcohol has certainly increased in price, but that's because of massive tax increases. The cost of eating out has barely changed in the last 5 years. Lovely walks. It's nice and flat for wheelchairs and buggies. Taxis are cheap and plentiful if you want to go a little further afield - Avliotes/Peroulades/Sunset  Beach/Velonades/Magoulades/Arillas/San Stefanos NW are all nearby. All tastes in food are catered for Greek/English/Chinese/Mexican/Italian/Indian etc. If you DO want entertainment, then "the strip" is there, with tribute acts/bingo/pub quizzes/live music etc. Move out in any direction from the centre and you discover little hidden gems. Truly a place with something for everyone if you take the trouble to look - and see past the hype.
Plug /rant over.      Moyra

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Topic Topic: Places Where The Locals Eat?
Forum: General Corfu Holiday Questions
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Posted: 06 Aug 2014 at 7:00pm
Bavias in Sidari - been in their kitchen many a time - open all year round and a favourite with the locals. Also Taverna Bikolis in Peroulades.
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Topic Topic: Sidari Restaurants
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Posted: 28 Jun 2014 at 3:46am
Head out in the other direction, as if you're leaving Sidari.After about a ten minute walk, on the right hand side you'll see Venezia Pizzeria. Does fabulous pizzas, as well as gorgeous Greek and Italian food, run by Spiros and his brothers. Not far past there is Oasis Taverna, very traditional Greek food mostly, run by Gregoris (brother of Spiros at the Three Pigs), one of the oldest tavernas in Sidari. Keep going to the road junction opposite the big supermarket and turn right, about 100 yards up the road is Bavias run by Vangelis and his family. Very traditional, lovely food, open all year round and a favourite with the locals. In the opposite end of Sidari, turn right at the Three Pigs and follow the road round. Keep going towards Peroulades. About 20 minutes will bring you to The Orchard Restaurant. Set in beautiful gardens, run by George and Debbie, lovely food. Another 10 minutes along this road is Bikolis Taverna, run by Nicos and Eleni, also open year round, lovely traditional food. If you fancy a Chinese for a change, recommend China Town, almost opposite Mediteranneo, run by Angelo. Lovely food and great presentation. Have fun. If you try any of them, let me know what you think. Good luck.


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Topic Topic: Your Favorite Corfu Retreat
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Posted: 19 May 2014 at 7:43am
Although I love Kassiopi, I have to agree with Razaker, Panama Café at Peroulades over looking Sunset Beach.
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Posted: 16 May 2014 at 1:51pm
MINE is the Panama Cafe Peroulades over looking Sunset Beach, for me its heaven
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Topic Topic: Sidari Has It Changed?
Forum: Sidari
flynnmo

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Posted: 22 Oct 2013 at 10:50pm
Hi there. We've been going to Sidari twice a year for 25+ years now. Yes, Sidari is more commercialised now, but it is still very easy to find nice quiet places to eat/drink/talk. The so called "strip" really only covers about 50 metres - from the bend past the church, to the taxi rank near The Mimosa Hotel. This section is very loud later in the evening, but we just don't go there! If you're looking for accommodation within walking distance of the centre, you could check out Tereza's, Christakis Apartments, Takis and Efi Apartments, Triviza's, The Alkion Hotel. You could also try the other end of Sidari, which we have always found quieter, and have a look at Othonas Apartments (on Facebook) Chrysanthy Apartments (also FB) Legends, Christina Apartments. For restaurants/tavernas, starting at the big supermarket at the crossroads there's Bavias (open all year), The Oasis, The Venezia, Romano' s(behind the church), China Town (fab for a change), Mediteranneo, Three Little Pigs, Alkion Hotel, The Orchard (Peroulades -about 15 minutes walk from Three Pigs) and Bikolis (further 10 minutes). These are our personal favourites, but I'm sure you'll find your own! The good news is that prices for eating out have barely changed in the last 10 years (still don't know how they can do it for the money!) There are lots of nice walks all round Sidari. For car hire we always use Value Plus, family run, good cars, very reasonable prices. Can be picked up/dropped off at the airport, or delivered to your accommodation. You can still have a lovely holiday in Sidari without ever setting foot in "the strip! If there's anything you'd like to ask, feel free.Good luck.   Moyra

P.S. We're in our mid 60's.

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Topic Topic: Blue Sky Apartments
Forum: Sidari
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Posted: 09 Oct 2013 at 8:26pm
Hi Sue. Hopefully I can be of help in answering any further concerns you have.
I've been going to Corfu twice a year for the last 21 years. Stayed in most places in and around Sidari, and 3 weeks ago, stayed at the Blue Sky for a week.
The apartments are very quiet, well away from the strip, and sufficiently far enough off the main Peroulades to Sidari road to mean that the traffic (and motorcycles) don't affect your peace and quiet. If you know The Orchard, or the road between Melitsa/Canal d'Amuor and the old village of Peroulades, you are about half way along. Opposite the driveway to Blue Sky is their own taverna, The Blue Ionian. They also serve breakfast in the mornings.
We stayed in Room 7, a two bed apartment, which overlooks the quiet and well-attended pool (about 10 steps from bed to pool!). Very nice apartment indeed.
Safety deposit boxes are not available at Blue Sky, but you have several places nearby which offer such services. If you want to guarantee the safety of your belongings, I'd advise using Kostas Koronakis and the Koronakis Club, mid-way from the apartments to Sidari, slap bang in the middle of Canal d'Amour. Kostas speaks good English, is honest, and very helpful. Does currency exchange too. His shop and the boxes are open 0800 - 2230 daily. He also does car, motorcycle and pedal cycle hire.
Supermarkets, locally you'd be hard pushed to beat the friendly family atmosphere at Babis Supermarket, on the main road through Canal d'Amour...Babis is a really lovely guy, and now he and his family are personal friends of mine, but my recommendation is not biased on my friendship...he really is a lovely guy with a good shop. Locally to Blue Sky, you have Taverna Giannis in Peroulades, simple but superb home cooked food, and at weekends sometimes, live Greek music. Mostly Greeks go there, with the occasional tourist.
I could go rattling on a lot more, but if you have any other question, please don't hesitate to ask.

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Topic Topic: First Visit To Sidari Booked 2014
Forum: Sidari
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Posted: 12 Aug 2013 at 6:59pm
Hi Julie, I'm sure you'll have a good time. Sidari can be as quiet or as lively as you want to make it. The Mimosa is right on the seafront. It has two swimming pools and always looks well tended. I don't know about the food as haven't stayed there. There are LOADS of restaurants/tavernas. Personal favourites are The Orchard and Bikolis (both in Peroulades, about 20 mins walk), Mediteranneo (just yards from the hotel, at the end of the prom), Alekos Gyro place (oppos. the church), The Venezia Pizzeria and The Oasis Taverna (both on the way out of Sidari. I'm sure you will find your own faves! I can honestly say in 25 years of going to Sidari at least twice a year, we have never had a bad meal. Some maybe better than others, but never bad. Oh, and ChinaTown, just yards from the hotel if you fancy a Chinese is excellent. Also Bavias right on the outskirts near the crossroads. If you turn right as you come out of the hotel you are about 1 minute from the beginning of the strip. Plenty tribute acts around. I believe the drag act is Lady Jayne. Loads of Quiz nights/ bingo etc. if you're into that. If you prefer a quieter time head for Canal D'Amour area, or walk through the strip and once you get past the church, there are plenty quieter places. If I can help you with anything else, just ask. Good luck.
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Posted: 12 Aug 2013 at 6:52pm
Paradise, at the crossroads at the eastern end of the main strip, does lovely Greek food and an excellent Moussakas.  Mediterraneo, at the western end does a good steak and plenty of other varied dishes.  There was another small taverna I tried out that way (don't remember the name) but it all seemed a bit plain.  I never got far enough to try 3 Little Pigs.

Any of the restaurants on the main strip will do a good English breakfast - your choice is really down to €3 plus drinks, or €5 with juice and coffee, depending where you eat.  Of the former type, Madison lets you walk through from the street to a nice beach view, and has an XL option.  The latter deal is more common in hotel and pool bars.

I've been told that the better Chinese restaurant is the one up the stairs in the main strip, though I didn't try either.

It's also worth an evening walk over the headland and down to Peroulades to the west and the Sunset taverna, where they'll happily go off-menu to bring you what you want.  Shame the view is spoiled a bit by a new bar right on the cliff edge, so go and watch the sunset first, then come back to eat.  Taxi back after dark is a good idea - just ask the owner.

Tribute acts are everywhere - just look out for the signs on the main road during the day.  Bars vary a lot in style, from youthful noisy clubs to more casual pubs, and you'll find a similar mix of ages of people out at night.  Make sure to look down the little side-streets from the main road to the beach or you'll miss a few good live music venues.  It's up to you to pick one you like.  All I'd say is move around a bit and find one with favourable bar prices.  Just beware that any that are closed off and ask you to pay to go in -  that's not always a sign of quality; they could well be empty!

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vangerover

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Posted: 29 Jun 2013 at 1:35pm
Thanks for the information. I'd rather quiet than lively so that's a result. My wife has booked us in there for a couple of nights in early September so I thought I'd better find out what's around.
We've stayed in Peroulades a few times but never up this end of town.
 
best wishes
Terry

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flynnmo

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Posted: 13 May 2013 at 7:59pm
They will be spoilt for choice in Sidari. There are lots of bars to try, if they have a wander around the resort they will soon find which appeal to them. If they don't want the louder "tribute acts"/English bars, have a look in to some of the pool bars, which are generally quieter. We tend to use Othonas Pool Bar where Telis and Christiana are the hosts, or at the other end Christakis apartments where Nicos is mine host. Legends or The Lagoon or The Alkion or The Three Brothers all have nice pools/bars. As for restaurants/tavernas there are loads. We have been going to Sidari for 25 years and can honestly say we've never had a bad meal. There are all tastes catered for Greek/English/Chinese/Indian/Mexican/ Southern Fried Chicken and more. We prefer Greek mostly, and beginning at the start of Sidari, our favourites are Oasis Taverna/ Venezia/Romano (behind the church)/Alecko Gyros (opposte church)/China Town/Mediteranneo/Three Little Pigs (for the floorshow)/The Orchard/ Taverna Bikolis (Peroulades). All are good in their own ways, but they'll find their own favourites anyway. Good luck to them.    Moyra
PS. Telis' Mum, Dimitra, does a FAB English breakfast! The Orchard has it's own Facebook page.
PPS. Forgot to mention Bavias Taverna, near The Oasis and the big supermarkets.

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Topic Topic: Poulades
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Posted: 21 Mar 2013 at 6:17pm
If  you mean Peroulades, then it is quiet, some good restaurants and a nice beach. Fantastic sunset views can be had from the cliff top restaurant. Poulades is a small village inland from Gouvia,but not much there.
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flynnmo

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Posted: 27 Feb 2013 at 2:51am
Have a look at Christakis Apartments, or Tereza's, or Triviza's. They are all just along the road from The Three Pigs, on the way out of Sidari towards Avliotes/Peroulades. All have quite good reputations. They are on the flat, so good for the wheelchair. Also pretty near the centre for your niece, but also handy for walking for your boyfriend. Canal D'Amour just round the corner, and Avliotes/Peroulades/Sunset Beach not too far away.Plenty tavernas/restaurants nearby too. I know people who have stayed in all three, and were very pleased with them. Good luck.    Moyra
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flynnmo

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Posted: 23 Feb 2013 at 11:49am
In no particular order - Bavias, Oasis, Venezia, Pizza Romano, Alecko Gyros (opposite church), Mediteranneo, Three Little Pigs (for the floorshow!) Alkion Hotel (3 courses 7.95 e) and last, but not least, The Orchard and Bikolis Taverna in Peroulades (about 20 to 30 minutes walk, but well worth it). I keep saying it, but I've never had a BAD meal in Sidari, just some better than others. Everyones taste is different - these are our favourites - I'm sure you'll find your own, and have fun doing so. Enjoy!   Moyra
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Topic Topic: Just Booked For 2013
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Posted: 14 Jan 2013 at 9:25am
On the way to Peroulades past The Family Restuarant and keep going to you get to Spiros Shop then you turn left, walk to top of road and turn right and its 4 or 5 apartments down on the right.
A nice walk in to town, keeps us fit.  This will be our third time there its quiet, not crowded and the family that run it are like family to us.

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Topic Topic: Village Festivals/Panegyris 2013/14
Forum: General Corfu Holiday Questions
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Posted: 23 Nov 2012 at 12:42am
Hi,
Just thought I would start a post asking when the village festivals are in 2013.
Anyone with definite information, could you please post the village and dates and I will add them to this post. Thank you.

PLEASE NOTE: Some of these dates for the village festivals are not all set in stone as they can be cancelled at short notice due to adverse weather conditions or if there is a death in the village. Local knowledge is best.

18th March    Corfu Clean Monday (Kathara Deftera) celebrated in many villages with kite flying, processions, dancing

28th April   Corfu Town Palm Sunday. St. Spyridon procession

1st May   Corfu Labour Day, parades and other festivities, also marks the Feast of Flowers, a celebration with very ancient roots in festivals of the Goddess Demeter

3rd May   Corfu Good Friday. Day of Epitaphios. Each church brings out it's funeral bier and parades it through the village

4th May    Corfu Holy Saturday. At 11am the First Resurrection and pot throwing custom take place. Silver gilt case containing the body of St. Spyridon is exposed for public worship for 3 days and nights. Thousands pay homage to kiss his slippered feet. St. Spyridon procession with bands

5th May   Corfu Easter Sunday culminating days of celebration

6th May   Makrades Panegyri/Festival

10th May   Paleokastritsa Panegyri/Festival

12th May   Krini Panegyri/Festival (Tou Thomas)

8th May   Kassiopi Celebrating a blind boy who after staying in the church over night regained his sight

8th May   Kanoni Festival of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary

9th June   Alikes, Petalia, Zigo, Potamo

12th June   Pelekas St. Onofrio's Day

13th June   Arillas The Ascension festival

13th June   Analipsi/Kato Korakiana Panegyri/Festival

24th June   Agios Ioannis Fire jumping 23rd June 2013  (Triklino)

24th June   Kontokali, Stavro, Aghirades, Kastellani, Antipernoi, Othoni, Afionas
Festival of the Holy Spirit

29th June   Kombitsi, Stronghili, Vitalades Festival of Saints Peter and Paul

2nd July    Kanoni  Procession and Festival of Madonna of Vlacherena

7th July   Peroulades Panegyri/Festival

8th July   Kavos, Lefkimmi, Agios Prokopios Celebration of St. Prokopios

11/12th July        Karousades            Panegyri/Festival

13th July   San Rocco Square Festival in honour of St Spyridonas

17th July   Benitses, Spartera, Avliotes St. Marina festival

20th July   Magoulades Festival of Elia the prophet

25th/26th July   Lafki Village Main day 26th

28th July   Roda/Loutses/San.Stef NE Panegyri/Festival

2nd August          Kassiopi 1st Folklore Festival in the harbour

3rd August    Benitses Sardine festival

3/4th August        Arillas Antamona Festival, Dancing groups from other parts of Greece
 
4th August    Paleokastritsa Varkarola

6th August   Pontikonisi, Perivoli, Strinilia, Evropuli, Paleochori, Ag. Deka, Agios Mattheos Church festival held in commemoration of the Transfiguration of Jesus, with days of pilgrimage (1-6th August) on Mount Pantokrator

7th August    St. Spiridon Varkarola 

8/9th August    Nymfes Festival/Panegyri

9th August Skripero Frog Festival

9th August Petriti Varkarola

10th August Ipsos Sardine festival

11th August    Corfu Town Silver gilt case containing the body of St. Spyridon is exposed for public worship for 3 days and nights. Thousands pay homage to kiss his slippered feet. St. Spyridon procession with bands
15th August    Corfu Festival of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. Many big festivals with church processions, feasts

16th August    Kato Garouna Gala weekend

17th August    Kavadades Panegyri/Festival

22nd August Agrafi Panegyri/Festival

23rd August    Gastouri, Pelekas, Ag. Deka, Viros, Poulades.  Festival of the Virgin Odigitrias

24th August    Loustri/Gimari Pie Festival

31st August          Agni Varkarola

1st September    Kalami Varkarola

7th September Arillas Wine festival, food and dancing

8th September    Afra, Sinarades, Marathia, Agios Markos, Lefkimmi Festivals/Feast days

14th September   Sidari Feast of the Holy Cross in the Monastery of St. Ionnis

15th September   Kavadades Wine Festival with spit roast pork and lamb. 

24th September   Vatos Myrtidiotissa festival

26th September   Karousades, Porta Remounta Festival of St.John/James the theologian

21st September   Kassiopi/Moraitika Wine festival

9-13th October    Arillas Corfu Beer Festival
25th October Messonghi Panegyri/Festival  

28th October Ochi Day Celebrated by processions throughout Corfu

3rd November Corfu Town St. Spyridon procession

12th December Corfu Town St. Spyridon. The procession takes place inside the church and NOT 
around the town.
Then he is placed in front of the altar for three days.
You will be lucky to even get a glimpse of the Saint because the 
whole of Greece comes over for these three days.

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Topic Topic: Favorite Place Sidari
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Posted: 17 Oct 2012 at 10:29am
Found the Andromeda apartments to be fantastic, just a little bit out of Sidari, on the way to Peroulades Smile
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Topic Topic: Blue Sky Apartments
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Posted: 13 Oct 2012 at 11:49pm
Sue Im not very familiar with that end of Peroulades...I know a few at the end I stay but you would probably want to be within close distance of the Blue Sky, email them to see if they are able to assist though.

Angela

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Topic Topic: Sunset At Peroulades
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Posted: 23 Sep 2012 at 7:30pm
Hi,
Best place to go would be Sunset beach. There is also a restaurant there but we have not eaten there as we walked back to Yiannis in Peroulades to eat as we like it there.


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Posted: 23 Sep 2012 at 7:15pm
We are coming to Corfu later this week and want to watch the sunset from Peroulades, we have never been to Peroulades before and want to know the best place to watch the sunset and would also like to go to a taverna with good sea views, any surgestions??
 
Thank you.

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Topic Topic: Sidari - Tell Me About It
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Posted: 05 Sep 2012 at 2:08pm
Hi Sue
I go to Sidari, but I really dislike the strip, and only go there to access ATMs, Pharmacy etc.  We stick to the Melitsa/Peroulades end (Canal D'Amour).

The wonderful thing about Corfu is that there are so many resorts with differing qualities.  Sidari is definitely dominated by the Brits, with some Eastern Europeans starting to visit over the past couple of years.

In contrast, Paleokastritsa, for instance, is very cosmopolitan, with visitors from Germany, Italy, Scandinavia, in fact, just about everywhere. Very beautiful, but a bit hilly if anyone has walking difficulties. My avatar pic is Paleokastritsa by the way.

Wherever you stay, I'd either hire a car, or book a couple of boat/bus tours and explore what the island has to offer. 

Don't book through your rep though-the day trips are half the price if you book through one of the agencies in the resort, ie Valueplus or Vlaseros Travel.



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Topic Topic: Sunset Taverna
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Posted: 23 Jul 2012 at 11:31pm
We went to the Sunset Taverna which is on the NW coast - we drove through Peroulades (a short drive from Sidari) to get to the taverna which is situated on the cliff top overlooking the sea. I think I have some photos of this place but they are on my computer at work (just as well as I've lost a lot from my home computer).  I'll have a look tomorrow and will post them if they are still there. 
I wonder whether this is the taverna that GaryK is asking about?
 
Rita

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Topic Topic: September/October
Forum: Sidari
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Posted: 19 Jun 2012 at 4:41pm
Hi Danniboi,
Welcome to the forum.
Most of the bars and restaurants should still be open, they tend to start closing down in October, but there are still three restaurants, to my knowledge, in Sidari and neighbouring Peroulades that open all year round. Enjoy your holiday!!! Smile

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Topic Topic: Sunset Beach at Peroulades
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Posted: 10 Jun 2012 at 8:48pm
Hi,
That's just confimed it then. I am strange. Confused I just found it too commercialised and too crowded, there again I don't like crowds. Also, I found that the restaurants were more expensive than normal. We walked back to Yiannis in Peroulades and ate there. Smile

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Topic Topic: Asonitis & Adonis
Forum: Kalami, Kouloura and Agni
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Posted: 30 May 2012 at 9:16pm
Sidami
Don't you think life would be dull if we all liked the same things?
For instance, I like Peroulades, but dislike The Strip in Sidari-although many people love it.

Depends what kind of holiday you're looking for.


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Posted: 28 May 2012 at 11:41am
The main Sidari beach in behind the main road lined with shops, restaurants, bars so basically it is in the centre fo Sidari. Sunset beach is in the village of Peroulades and is a good 45 minute walk; go through Sidari, turn right at The Three  Pigs and when you come to a T junction turn left, this road will go all th eway to Peroulades village, at a water pump in middle of road take the right hand road and you will soon see signs to Sunset beach. It would cost about 8€ if you get a taxi from the rank in Sidari (on the main road just after you pass all the shops). If you walk there you can book a taxi return from the Bar on the cliff top at Sunset beach. 
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Elliemay

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Posted: 17 May 2012 at 9:44am
Hi Phil,
Orchard is in Peroulades, just past Sidari at (believe it or not) The Orchard Restaurant. If you have a car it is quite a nice drive on the coast road from Kassiopi to Sidari.
I'm sure Orchard will come back on and give you better directions to get there.

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Topic Topic: Avliotes by/pass
Forum: Agios (Saint) Stephanos (NW)
The old one

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Posted: 10 May 2012 at 7:48am
Thanks Sunny Girl, we have been that way a few times. But we stay in San Stef at the Romanza, and use the Avliotes road to get to Sidari and Peroulades and also to visit Avliotes.Thumbs Up
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Posted: 08 Apr 2012 at 1:14pm
Hi, we usually have a car but like to get back to Sidari for tea so I can have a drink. I have been in Pizza Romana many times and as most people say its wonderful (garlic cheese bread) I will try Yanniss at Peroulades as we are on our 32nd visit and have still not tryed it.
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Elliemay

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Posted: 07 Apr 2012 at 8:47am
Hi,
Have to agree with MCH. Bavias is really good, also open all year around. The other place that I go out of season in Sidari is Romana pizza restaurant, just behind the church. They don't just do pizzas, and all the food that we have had has been really excellent.

ps. When we were confined to Athens airport for 14 hours and the only place that was open upstairs was McD (The lovely Olive Tree was closed). We decided to chance a McD. Have to say that it was far better than the only ONE that I had ever had in the UK. The one I had in the UK was 11/9/11. THE 9/11 that was my son's 10th birthday. He ate most of that.

Dave,
Do you have transport when here? If so the restaurant in our village is good. Mon Amour (Or to the locals Kokkinos). Basically a grill room. So meat, chips and a salad. 
The other place that I would recommend is Yiannis in Peroulades. Again, basically a grill room, but excellent food.
Enjoy!!!Smile 

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Posted: 09 Feb 2012 at 5:03pm
Thanks ladies, went to Go Greek in Blackpool yesterday and the chef there who is from Peroulades recommended it to us. Thanks again lol Ann xxx
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Posted: 09 Feb 2012 at 2:00pm
Yep - used to spend nearly every evening there in 1996!!! It's changed a bit round there since then! We used to go up the road heading out of Canal d'amour towards Peroulades, and turn right down a track. Not very far up - you're still in the Canal d'amour area where the bars/restaurants/shops are. You could also get to it by going through the Canal d'amour complex too. Not sure if that is blocked off or not now though. 

I expect someone will give you better directions than these :-)

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Posted: 09 Feb 2012 at 1:54pm
Does anyone know where the Rock restaurant is. Thinks its near Peroulades but not sure lol Ann xxx
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Posted: 08 Feb 2012 at 3:33pm
Hi Sooz, The main beach is nice, clean with shallow water, water sports & of course you can hire a boat (yellow boat company recommended). Around the resort you will find lots of coves withtheir own little beaches places to explore especially in the canal d' armour area. Follow this through for a long walk (about anhour) & you'll reach peroulades & sunset beach (well worth the walk)....
 
As for wining & dining, we recommend The Orchard, Tavena Bikolis, PIzza Romano, Pancho Villa, Jenis Cafe (for Cake & Cheesecakes) & Especially for the kids (and grownups alike) Kelly's Ice House (for crepes, waflfes, Ice cream, cocktails, beer).
 
You can also get a boat from Sidari jetty to Paleo.
 
Hope this helps

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