Why You Should Take a Flight to Kavos
Once a tranquil fishing village on the southern shores of Corfu, Kavos has become one of the most popular resorts in Greece, famed for its miles of sandy beaches, bouncing bars and dazzling nightclubs. If you’re looking for fun in the sun, this hedonists’ paradise is for you.
When to Book Flights to Kavos
July and August are the warmest and busiest months in Kavos and at this time of year the town is party central, so book well in advance if you want a piece of the action.
There are cheaper deals to Kavos in spring and autumn, when the weather is pleasant and the clubs and bars are still busy.
For a more laid-back break and to catch a glimpse of the old Kavos consider visiting over the winter, when it is cooler and wetter but a lot calmer.
How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Kavos
It’s possible to find cheap deals to Kavos all year round, although there may not be direct flights during off season. Whenever you visit it pays to book in advance and have flexibility in your schedule: use the ‘Show flexible dates’ option to help find bargain fares to Kavos on different days of the week.
UK Departures to Kavos
Main Airports in Kavos
The majority of flights to Corfu International Airport are seasonal, and most of the 3 million passengers arrive between April and October.
The airport is around an hour’s drive from Kavos. There are cash machines, currency exchange and car rental facilities at the terminal.
Which Airlines Fly to Kavos?
Airlines that fly from the UK to Kavos include:
How to Get to and Around Kavos
Kavos is around 26 miles from Corfu International Airport. There is a regular bus service or you can pay extra for a quicker and more comfortable ride in a shuttle. You can also hop in a taxi or arrange a hire car at the airport.
If you are in Kavos for the bars and clubs then walking is the best way to get around. If you want to venture further afield you can hire a car or take one of the regular buses to other parts of the island.
What Are the Must-sees in Kavos?
Visitors to Kavos want to have a good time, and the resort’s legendary pool parties are not to be missed. Those at the Island Beach Resort and Quayside Village are among the most notorious.
After spending a night on the tiles there is no better way to recover than at Kavos Aqua Park, a floating inflatable obstacle course just offshore opposite the Atlantis Beach Bar.
Take a break from the beach, bars and booze on a boat trip to the peaceful neighbouring islands of Paxos and Antipaxos to enjoy quiet beaches and great snorkelling.
Tips and Tricks for Travelling in Kavos
With bars and clubs open all night choose a hotel away from the main strip if you plan to sleep during early hours.