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Vistonia, hotel in Agios Georgios Pagon

Vistonia

Corfu

Offering a barbecue and water sports facilities, Vistonia is located in Agios Georgios Pagon in the Corfu Region, 1.9 km from Arillas Beach. Free private parking is available on site.

9.2
Superb
82 reviews
Price from£155.27per night
Villa Theodora View Apartments Afroditi, hotel in Agios Georgios Pagon

Villa Theodora View Apartments Afroditi

Αγιος Γεωργιος Παγων

Located in Agios Georgios Pagon and only 600 metres from Agios Georgios Beach, Villa Theodora View Apartments Afroditi provides accommodation with mountain views, free WiFi and free private parking.

9.3
Superb
18 reviews
Price from£150.99per night
Corfu Escape Four, hotel in Agios Georgios Pagon

Corfu Escape Four

Agios Georgios Pagon

Set in Agios Georgios Pagon, 200 metres from Agios Georgios Beach and 2 km from Akrogiali Taverna Beach, Corfu Escape Four offers spacious air-conditioned accommodation with a balcony and free WiFi.

9.8
Exceptional
11 reviews
Price from£105.23per night
Villa Lucia, hotel in Agios Georgios Pagon

Villa Lucia

Agios Georgios Pagon

Situated in Agios Georgios Pagon, near Agios Georgios Beach and Akrogiali Taverna Beach, Villa Lucia is a recently renovated property, featuring, a garden and barbecue facilities.

9.0
Superb
217 reviews
Price from£27.80per night
Kogeros, hotel in Agios Georgios Pagon

Kogeros

Agios Georgios Pagon

Surrounded by lush greenery 900 metres from Agios Georgios Beach, Kogeros offers self-catering accommodation with balcony overlooking the garden and mountains of Corfu.

8.6
Fabulous
92 reviews
Price from£57.75per night
Odysseus Hotel, hotel in Agios Georgios Pagon

Odysseus Hotel

Paleokastritsa

Set on a hillside above one of the six beautiful bays of Paleokastritsa, this family-run hotel offers spectacular views of the Ionian Sea.

8.8
Fabulous
1,471 reviews
Price from£67.36per night
Panorama Sidari, hotel in Agios Georgios Pagon

Panorama Sidari

Sidari

Panorama Sidari is located within a 10-minute walk from the beach of Sidari. It includes a free-form swimming pool, a restaurant and a poolside bar, while its rooms overlook the Ionian Sea.

8.5
Very good
413 reviews
Price from£185.81per night
Sidari Beach Hotel, hotel in Agios Georgios Pagon

Sidari Beach Hotel

Sidari

Overlooking the famous Canal d’ Amour, Sidari Beach Hotel offers elegant, air-conditioned rooms with a balcony. A pool is available, while Sidari Beach is just 100 metres away.

9.4
Superb
588 reviews
Price from£100.09per night
Zefiros Traditional Hotel, hotel in Agios Georgios Pagon

Zefiros Traditional Hotel

Paleokastritsa

Zefiros Traditional Hotel is a small, traditional family-run hotel, beautifully located right by the beach. The hotel has a romantic, old-fashioned style, and all rooms have sea views.

9.2
Superb
293 reviews
Price from£124.90per night
TEREZAS HOTEL, hotel in Agios Georgios Pagon

TEREZAS HOTEL

Sidari

Situated in Sidari, less than 1 km from Sidari Beach, TEREZAS HOTEL features accommodation with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a garden and a shared lounge.

8.6
Fabulous
359 reviews
Price from£68.05per night
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What guests said about Agios Georgios Pagon:

  • 8.0

    We enjoyed walking in the hills and valley.

    We enjoyed walking in the hills and valley. We visited beaches and villages nearby We made use of the bus service We used the quieter ends of the beach. The water was clean and swimming very safe We enjoyed the food at our closest taverna “Angelos” The Fisherman’s Cabin is very well worth the trip just out of the town
    Lyn
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    It was quiet, with smaller accommodation on offer - no high...

    It was quiet, with smaller accommodation on offer - no high rise hotels. No noisy music at night or tourist shops, which was just what I like. A nice selection of restaurants and cafes, several of which we enjoyed with good views across the bay and sunset. The village of Afionas above the bay to the north is very crowded but has fantastic views and some beautiful streets. You can look down on Agios Georgias! The sea is incredibly clear and wonderful to swim in. We drove around the island a bit, which was easy and accessible.
    Sally
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Agios Georgios was a lovely friendly town, with lots on...

    Agios Georgios was a lovely friendly town, with lots on offer. Thr restaurants were all good value and served lovely food. Supermarkets were good value. Sunbeds can be rented from the restaurants. We also did a few watersports which were great fun. This isn't a busy resort it is just a nice amount of people with a very chilled vibe. A great find and I would definitely recommend.
    Louise
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Nice beach.

    Nice beach. You can pay for sun beds or just stay on the sand, there’s a lot of room. Some stones when you get in (it varies along the beach) but sand afterwards. Many supermarkets and restaurants (Katoi was favorite). Moved around by rental car and bus (check the timetable and how to buy tickets).
    Kati
    Estonia
  • 10

    Agios Georgios is so beautiful and very relaxing and...

    Agios Georgios is so beautiful and very relaxing and everyone we met were so friendly. It is still a very traditional Greek resort, with no loud music bars and is therefore the ideal resort for those who just want a really chilled holiday.
    Sheeran
  • 10

    Agios Georgios Pagon has the feel of a village rather than a...

    Agios Georgios Pagon has the feel of a village rather than a resort. It is fairly quiet - in September - but has plenty of places to eat - mainly small to medium sized Tavernas - all serving fabulous local Greek dishes. There are a few family run supermarkets/gift shops, but don't visit if you are a shopaholic. The beach is fine - mixed sand and shingle - with sunbeds and free beach areas. You can hire boats, paddleboards and pedaloes from various vendores. There are some brilliant walks, but all are on the steep side and it's best to bring proper trainers/light walking shoes. Public transpoirt is limited to four buses a day to Corfu ttown and these get very full, so it's best to buy your ticket in advance, which sort of guarantees a seat! All in all a perfect place to relax, walk in the countryside, take the sun on the beach and swim.
    Elizabeth
    United Kingdom