Cavo Bianco Village

Address: Agios Petros, Lefkimi, Acharavi, Corfu, Ionian Islands, 49080, Greece | Hotel
 
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Cavo Bianco Village Acharavi

    Totally brilliant holiday...

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    I visiyed with my now Fiance and his family,

    We had the best ever time there, The entertainers were brillaint, Binbag,Lucy,Tony,Darren...They were all rounders!

    The pool was gorgeous, and right next to the beach was a bonus..

    The apartments were lovely and clean and the maids were great!.

    Whilst we were there my boyfriend proposed and the staff made it feel more special.

    The restaurant is def worth a visit, Dont be put of how posh it looks its cheaper than the pool bar!!..

    Have a great time if anyone is going..

    LOve to all the staff from,

    Linzi,Andy from Leicester x

    Loved the entertainers

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    WOW! What a great place so child friendly and ever so helpful. my family and i could'nt leave the resort as the entertainment was excellent. thanks to TONY, VICKY, BINBAG, LUCY, JANE + DARREN for the great daytime entertainment and evening to night shows and kids entertainment.

    I loved the set out of the resort as the whole village was 1 and it was'nt squashed together. I would advise any family to visit cavo bianco as it is a super family holiday resort. Hope to hear from the entertainers soon jenny x x x x x x

    Loved the entertainment team

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    The hotel was great , food was great, Entertainment team , jane,Darren,tony,lucy,vicky,binbag, welldone for making are stay very good. and to Tracey,Leanne, on reception, the waiters and cleaners . thankyou all very much, we cannot fault this place atall .

    Loved the entertainment team

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    Cavo Bianco Village is the best and cleanest place I've been to.I stayed there for 2 weeks,the entertainers were fantastic.Thanks to Tony,Binbag,Vicky,Darren,Jane,Lucy and the fantstic Natalie who came in on her night ff to help them out.I loved it how the beach was nearthe village and the pool bar,loved the chips.

    The restaurant cooked mouth watering food and deserts with sparklers in.Thanks to Vasilis.George was also very friendly who worked behind the bar.The chips were so nice we ordered some everynight.I thought it was great that they had something for the children to give their parents a break.Met a fantastic family,where going to keep in touch with them.

    Greek night was cool,that 7 year old boy was class.Costa and Zoya were friendly they loved my sister kell they can't wait to see her again.

    Can't wait until I come back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!See ya.I would recommend this to a family that likes to have fun.

    Absolutly fantastic

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    The place was sooooooooo nice. when we got there we were greated by the entertainment team which were Tony, Vicky and Binbag. They were so welcoming and made every bit of our stay so special and meaningfull i am missing them so much and cant wait to go back in october.

    The best

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    best place ive been to, everyone so friendly ,right on the beach,this will be my 3 time this year. took my teenagers last time as they were fed up with me talking about it and now they have booked it this year. excuse the spelling but sockates a greek bar on beach was GREAT, for food i like the garden of eden great steak and chips

    Fabulous place, wonderful people

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    I spent a fabulous week at the Cavo Bianco Village Apartments with my boyfriend and 2 friends. We had the most amazing time!

    The village is a brilliant place to relax in, with everything close to hand (the pool and beach right next to you). Everywhere was spotless and well maintaned, especially the pool and bar areas. The daily maid service was brilliant.

    The restaurant served lovely food and is a good entry into Greek cuisine. However, when compared to other local restaurants and taverns it was a little on the pricey side.

    All the staff are wonderful and having English speaking receptionists was really helpful - they post things for you and call you a taxi when you want one!

    The only problem I found was the supermarket. The site only has 1 and I found it to be very expensive with a limited selection (mainly British food) and no fresh meat.

    Overall, I would highly recommend this resort. It's brilliant for the young and old with excellent facilities for young children. I can't wait to go back!

    Ab Fab Home from Home

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    Just back from 2 weeks at Cavo Bianco Village with my 2 kids, 3 and 13. Had to tell everybody what a great place it was.

    The apartments were of a very good standard and the maids kept them beautiful and clean. Plenty of wardrobe space for the ladies!!! which was a big bonus.

    Facilities were good, restaurant which served lovely meals at a good price, supermarket and gift shop on site which hired out electric fans (a necessity believe me!!) and excellent swimming pools and poolside bar.

    The staff were all so friendly and helpful as too were the locals in surrounding shops , bars and restaurants.

    Would highly recommend meals at KoKo Fresh and for all night entertainment a bar/restaurant called Socrates on the beach.

    I'm counting the days till we can go back again...can't wait!!!!!

    Great Complex

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    This was the second year running that I have been to Cavo Bianco Village with my son. The apartment we had was nice (as asked for same one as last year). It could accomodate 3 people easily (with space) as it had an upstairs area with bed etc & it was cleaned daily (except sunday as is the norm).

    It's a great place, you can relax by the pool, join in the fun & games if you wish (but not pressured to join in if you dont want to), nip out of the adjoinging gate way and on to the beach where you can hire pedalos, jet skis etc.

    Night time entertainment good, again by the hard working team of Alan, Jayne, "Binbag", Jo & Helen.

    All the entertainment team were great (some were there from last year) keeping the kids amused for most of the day & then in the evening. The hotel staff were polite & assisted where they could.

    As for the Airtours reps (Emma -in particular who we met originally last year) were great and made sure every one was looked after & enjoyed their stay & on any trips you went on you had no problems.

    We went on the med cruise where you swam in the blue sea near another island, visited Paxos & the Greak mainland of Praga to do some shopping, sightseeing etc. Made a change from lying by the pool & got to see some of the wonderful sights of the surrounding areas & islands. Plenty of other trips to do, but we had done some of them last year.

    The only sad part is that we won't be going next year as Airtours 5 year contract is up for that complex, but we hope we can find somewhere that is as friendly and nice as Cavo Bianco Village in St Peters, Corfu.

    I love it

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    Cavo Bianco village is great. The staff are polite and friendly (especially George and marie behind the bar they are both lovely people.) The entertainment was fab particularly the cabarets but even though they were excellent they could never beat the greek nights that were arranged. The food that is served in the resteraunt is absolutly gorgeous and is definatly worth a try. The rooms are well decorated and kept clean and tidy. Cavo bianco village is the best place i have ever been when abroad and i will definatly go there again i also suggest that you should hire a car because there are some lovely villages and some beautiful sites to be seen. Finally i would like to say thank you to George and Marie for making our holiday so fun and i hope to see you in the near future. x x

    TripAdvisor Reviews Cavo Bianco Village Acharavi

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