Hydropolis is a noteworthy water park in northern Corfu, stretching nearby the popular village and resort of Acharavi. The guarantee of endless fun and safety is the main device of Hydropolis. And, indeed, no visitor is likely to leave from Hydropolis unsatisfied, since the park enables both water and out of water activities. Amenities such as changing rooms and safety lockers, safe boxes, a restaurant and various snack bars go without saying, their presence being prerequisite to visitors’ complete satisfaction.
The park takes pride in hosting the only Vortex Space Bowl water slide in the entire Greece, but other highlights of the park refer to, for instance, the remaining 8 huge water slides and the 15 mini slides. There are several activity pools enabling water volleyball and basketball, for instance, whereas out of water activities are made possible by specially arranged areas where enthusiasts may indulge in playing tennis, basketball and badminton, just to give an example. Several pools are conceived for the fun of the little ones and, as far as safety is concerned, Hydropolis features and infirmary and plenty of lifeguards to oversee the entire hustle and bustle of the park.
Getting to Hydropolis should not be a problem, since it lies some 35 kilometers from the Corfu International Ioannis Kapodistrias Airport, and buses covering the distances between Corfu Town and the northern region of the island make regular trips to Acharavi.
Solomos Museum of Corfu is consigned to honoring the life and work of Dionysios Solomos, the national poet of Greece, who produced the national anthem.
Located only 30 minutes southwards from Corfu Town, the lovely beach of Glyfada (Glifada) is deemed one of the finest and longest of all beaches in Corfu.
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