Hostels in Corfu
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Angelica's Backpacker's Hostel
A small, tranquil, clean and cosy hostel run by a Greek family, offering genuine greek hospitalityRead more about Angelica's Backpacker's Hostel
Local Hostel and Suites Corfu
Local Hostel and Suites Corfu is a brand new hostel in one of the most beautiful Greek islands!Read more about Local Hostel and Suites Corfu
Sunrock Corfu is a bed-and-breakfast fit for solo travelers, budget travelers, couples, and groups that has direct beach access, breathtaking sunset views, is near the Corfu Trail, and provides organic, authentic Greek cuisine and homemade wine.Read more about Sunrock
The Pink Palace Hotel & Hostel
The Pink Palace has been a favorite destination for Greek Island hopping backpackers as a popular meetingRead more about The Pink Palace Hotel & Hostel
Seaside Resorts, will make your stay memorable.Read more about Seaside Resorts
Anita Hotel has a swimming pool, a restaurant, a bar and free onsite parking.Read more about Anita Hotel
Our property is a friend's oriented hotel in the heart of virgin trees surrounded by green hills.Read more about The Seahorse
Kerkyra Beach Hotel & Apartments
Kerkyra Beach Hotel & Apartments offers spacious, decorated and equipped rooms to meet the wishes of our customers.Read more about Kerkyra Beach Hotel & Apartments
We have 8 Hostels in Corfu with an average rating of 8.4 based on 1,501 reviews.
Corfu has the perfect combination of rugged mountains, Blue Flag beaches and vibrant nightlife. There's plenty for culture lovers too, with a history stretching all the way back to the days of Greek mythology. Whether you're into lazy days lounging on soft sandy beaches, long hikes in olive-studded countryside or strolling around historic old towns, you'll find plenty to keep you occupied during a trip to this Greek island.
Corfu hostels include self-catering apartments, a brightly painted palace and resorts set among tranquil olive groves. Free Wi-Fi is standard in most hostels in Corfu, and some places offer free breakfast so you can tuck into local delicacies like Greek yoghurt and fresh fruit. Swimming pools are also a common feature in a Corfu hostel, ideal for a dip after a day's trekking. Some hostels have on-site bars, so you don't have to head to the lively resort of Kavos for a refreshing beer.
The UNESCO-listed Corfu Town is lively all year round. Its atmospheric narrow streets wind between the Old Fort and port, lined with pastel-coloured Venetian buildings. If you're planning to party, go to Kavos – this is the main spot for the 18-30 crowd, with plenty of nightclubs and karaoke bars. Or, for a more relaxed vibe, Sidari in the north of the island is known for its inviting sandy beaches and laid-back cocktail bars.
Taking a swim in Sidari's Canal D'Amour (canal of love) – created naturally by clear seawater and sandstone formations – is a great way to cool off. According to legend, if you swim the entire length, you'll find the love of your life. The Old Fortress of Corfu is the place to go to learn about the island's history and to watch live music during the summer. Hiking to the top of Mount Pantokrator will give you views across the whole island, and you can even see Albania on a clear day.
If you're coming by plane, you'll land at Ioannis Kapodistrias International Airport – 10 minutes by car from Corfu town. You can grab a taxi from outside the terminal or take a public bus. Line number 15 runs between the airport and San Rocco Square in the centre of Corfu Town. It also passes through the InterCity Bus Station, where you can pick up public transport to other parts of the island.