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Ipsos is overwhelmed with British and Italian visitors seeking endless nightlife. The resort is located just 2 kilometers from Dassia beach. Careful development has turn the place one of the most modern and ecological holiday towns of its kind.

The emphasis here is placed firmly on youthful entertainment and it is aimed at inveterate bar-hoppers. The intensity of the night life activity increases as you move north along the dead-straight seafront and getting close to Pyrgi.


Ipsos Corfu It is one of the more frequented Corfu beaches, offering water sports facilities like windsurfing and waterskiing and a wide selection of eateries. Hotels, rooms and apartments are also available in the area. Ipsos and its neighbouring resort, Pyrgi, are situated on a wide, beautiful bay.

Together they have been dubbed the Golden Mile. The long, narrow beach that curves round the bay is a mixture of sand and shingle and offers excellent water sports facilities. There is plenty to see besides beaches and bars to keep you amused. Explore the villages and towns inland or sail round the coast to visit Corfu's highest spot, Mount Pantokrator. Even if you never leave the resort, you're sure of a good time in Ipsos

Ipsos Beach Guide

Beach location: Located on the main highway to the north of Corfu island, beyond Corfu town. Next door neighbour to Pyrgi with some difficulty differentiating the boundary line. The busiest of roads divides the beach from the resort.

Car parking: VIsitors can park on the roadside but when the resort gets busy parking is often difficult. This is a usual situation in high season

Food outlets/restaurants: Yes. At the opposite side of the road. .

Sand/pebbles/shingle: The beach is sandy and pebbly.

Sunbeds/umbrellas: Plenty for hire along with umbrellas.

Showers:Yes. For toilets use those from the restaurants or cafes.

Safe for children: The beach is relatively safe because o ccasional swell there are some stones underfoot at some points. An another problem is that road is very busy, so you have to keep an eye on the children all the time.

Watersports: Yes. There are many.

Main users: Mostly italian and British tourists.

Next to quayside/harbour: Not obtrusive.

Storm drains/outlets into sea: Storm drains at various points.

Natural shady areas: Some olive trees along the beach "promenade" road but the sand is quite exposed.

Any other facilities:Yes there is almsot everything.

Disabled access: Very poor

Blue Flag: Yes.

What it there

  Telephone and Post Box: At various points throughout Ipsos there are public telephones that work with telephone cards, which can be purchased at the shops and supermarkets nearby.

Children's Facilities: There is a small play area in the village behind the main road, also there are children’s pools in some of the public pool bars. Just behind the main road there is a go-cart track. Many of the bars have pool tables and games machines.

Shopping: There are many shops here although these are mainly tourist shops selling gifts and t-shirts etc. There is also internet cafés for those with withdrawal symptoms!! Above one parade of shops there is physiotherapy and a massage centre.

Public transport: Buses and taxis are plentiful.

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