Thalasso Palace Spa
Delfinia, Apollo & Alexandros
The Thalasso Palace Spa in is a new built Villa with total area 295 m2. Located in the peaceful area of Petriti on the southeast of Corfu island it offer three separated houses of 95 square meters each, Delfinia, Apollo and Alexandros. The 2 levels holds a total of 6 bedrooms, 6 toilets / bathrooms, and a private spa. Its décor brings out the clear bright colours of summer with white as predominant color to ensemble the bright sun that shines throughout summer. The three houses, Delfinia, Apollo and Alexandros, are fully equipped and stand out for their beauty and comfort for a stylish and relaxing vacation.
With relaxed and artistically inspired décor they reflect the summer mood. Each room is equipped with high quality facilities, including comfortable anatomical mattresses, hypoallergenic pillows, and linen. The spacious master bedroom has a separate entrance and includes a queen-sized double bed and a bathroom with a shower cabin. The second bedroom also has two single beds and can be made into a double bed.
The living room
Decorated with beautifully designed furniture in shades of earthy colors they offer comfort, relaxation and space to relax or watch your favorite programs on TV.
THINGS TO DO IN CORFU
Achilleion palace or princess’s Sissis palace as it is known to the local people is one of the must see spots of the Corfu island.
Corfu Old Town
A city packed tight between two fortresses, Corfu’s Old Town is a knot of walkable streets and alleys between Venetian and Neoclassical houses painted pale yellow and orange.
Paxos Antipaxos Blue Caves
Just because you’re staying on Corfu, you needn’t feel confined to the island, with its nearby Ionian neighbors of Paxos and Antipaxos easily accessible by boat trip.
Winery tour at Theotoky Estate
Take a break and head for the vine- and olive-clad hills of the Ropa Valley for a tour and tasting at Theotoky Estate.
Topping a rugged headland on the northwest coast, Paleokastritsa Monastery dates to the 13th century and is on the site of a Medieval castle that has long since disappeared.
In contrast to Corfu’s rocky coves, Issos Beach is an open bay bordering to Lake Korission. Traced by dunes, the golden sand at Issos seems to go on forever.