Corfu Gouvia

Information about Gouvia

Gouvia Corfu: The village of Gouvia counts 600 inhabitants and was built on the site of an ancient Venetian harbour. In Gouvia there is the largest marina of Corfu island, extremely active during the summer period welcoming many tourists with their yachts from every part of the world. The beaches here are not particularly good due to the close proximity to the marina.

This attractive village concentrates a wide range of activities and accommodation as well as many taverns, cafes, bars and night clubs. During summer, it is quite busy with an intense nightlife. The village has greatly developed in tourism.

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Dreams Corfu Resort And Spa

Hotel Apartments Bungalows Maisonettes Family Rooms4 stars

Regular rooms, spacious bungalows, and family rooms are among the accommodation facilities of Dreams Corfu Resort & Spa. This is a modern and stylish hotel, situated in the area of Gouvia. A swimming pool is offered and you will also find a gym and a restaurant on site.


Saint Nicholas Hotel

Hotel Apartments Studios3 stars

Surrounded by green scenery and olive groves Saint Nicholas is the ideal retreat for relaxation and privacy. The hotel is situated in Gouvia village in Corfu, close to many tourist attractions. Saint Nicholas hotel rooms are airy and stylishly decorated. They are equipped with en-suite bathroom, ...


Corfu Club Apartments

Hotel Apartments Studios Maisonettes Suites3 stars

The building complex of Corfu Club consists of traditional and well-equipped apartments with a relaxing atmosphere. The hotel also offers charming gardens and a swimming pool area with sunbeds. It is located in the area of Gouvia, within a short distance of the seashore.


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Reviews of Gouvia, Corfu

1 Review
  • vasilikiang 15 Sep 2010
    Very tourist place
    A very tourist place. Nice in off season, but in high season it gets very tourist. The good thing is the facilities (lots of hotels, shops and restaurants) and the location (only 8 km from Corfu Town, bus every hour). The beach is pebbled, avoid in the day because it gets too crowded but great for night swimming. The lights of the beach bars at night create a romantic atmosphere to walk by the beach and swim.