Welcome to Elea Beach and Livadi Nafsika


Welcome to our hotels! You are about to make a very good choice! We promise you that your vacations will be memorable! Our picturesque location, great hospitality and big experience have made a considerable number of our guests choose us many times for their holidays! We are proud to say that a big percentage of them are repeaters! In our receptions, the clients can be provided with information about car and motorcycle hiring, ship scheldules for one-day trips to the surrounding islands (Paxos - Antipaxos, Othoni, Erikousa, Mathraki), as well as information for safe box use, opening time of museums. For more information, do not hesitate to contact us.

Areas of interest


Ypsos: 1,8km

Barbati: 4km

Corfu Town: 12

Ypsos: The resort of Ypsos – Pyrgi is found at the North – East side of the island ( 14km from the town of Corfu ).

The 1,5km of sandy beach, with the shallow water is ideal for families with children.

There are plenty of water-sports and boat-trips to other beautiful places of the island that give the visitors a lot of alternatives.

One can also visit the traditional village of San Markos ( 2km walking distance from Ipsos ).The old houses, the view from the main square with the 2 belfries by the church of “ Labovitissa “ and the peaceful landscape will satisfy everybody. The 2nd church located just outside the village ( the Saint Mercourios ) built in the 11 th century is one of the oldest in Corfu.

Barbati: Barbati is one of the most popular regions on Corfu Island. It is lively place with the natural charm of the Greek landscape overlooking the sparkling Ionian Sea. Barbati is located on the scenic northeast coast of Corfu, just 20 km form Corfu Town, airport and port. The village is set at the foot of the highest mountain of Corfu, Pantokrator.

Corfu Town: Corfu Town is the capital of Corfu (Kerkyra in Greek) one of the most beautiful and elegant towns in Greece. It is the principal port of the island and one of the largest and most populated (30,000 inhabitants) towns of the Ionian Islands. Built on a promontory, the town displays a unique architecture which is strongly influenced from the different dominations, such as the Sicilian, the Venetian, the French and the English ones. From those times, Corfu Town has kept many of its imposing buildings, elegant mansions, superb palaces, French-style flowered squares and beautiful fortresses. All that amalgam of architectural style gives to Corfu Town a unique charm, character and atmosphere that reminds of the glamorous Italian town of Naples. Having been greatly expanded during the Venetian times, Corfu is separated into a northern and a southern section.