A privileged location

Marialice resort is situated on the top of a small hill in Dasia, Corfu, an upscale location with a wonderful panoramic view from the entire property. Click on the image below to view it in full detail.

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Dasia is a lively sea-side village in the summer, with numerous hotels, quality restaurants, bars, mini-markets and press corners. Dasia beach, just 450 meters away, is sandy with protected and calm waters, ideal for children. Beach-front tavernas and cafes are abundant, while various watersports are available. We are just 10 kilometres (6 miles) of National Road North of Corfu town. The bus passes on a regular basis and will get you there in no time. However, if you wish to explore the island's wonders, we recommend you rent a car, in which case Dassia is an ideal starting point.

For a closer look at our location, and for detailed directions of how to get here, click on the map below to enlarge it!
Directions from the airport:
·RIGHT as you exit the airport towards Corfu town
·STRAIGHT till you reach Garitsa bay
·LEFT towards Corfu town
·STRAIGHT upto about half the bay, admire the view of the old fortress!
·LEFT at Douglas' obelisk, up Alexandras Boulevard,
·STRAIGHT all the way up to San Rocco Square
·At the three traffic lights, exit the square from the lights on the RIGHT, following the signs to the port,
·At the next traffic light facing the port, go LEFT onto the main road.
·STRAIGHT along the coast, past the port entrance on your right
·continue following the directions from the port.

Directions from the port:
·As you exit the port, turn RIGHT,
·STRAIGHT along the coast, past the night clubs,
·RIGHT at the traffic lights onto the Paleokastritsa National Road
·STRAIGHT for about 6 km driving along the coast, past Kontokali and Gouvia
·RIGHT at the traffic lights towards Dassia (large signs),
·STRAIGHT past the small bridge,
·LEFT after the video club, mini-market, and beach accessory store, before the "Elin" gas station
·STRAIGHT up the hill,
·LEFT on the 3rd road.
·WELCOME! You should be in our parking lot!!!

GPS Coordinates
If you have a GPS, our coordinates will help you home in:
39,6747 North, 19,8353 East.
You can also see us on Google Earth!
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Map to Marialice
To make a reservation, please call, fax or email us at:
Tel (Greek speaking): (+30) 6945397687
Tel (English & French speaking): (+30) 6945492073
Tel (Italian speaking): (+30) 6947734923
Fax: (+30) 2661097049
Email: info@marialice.gr
A little more about Corfu

Corfu is a beautiful island year round, combining natural beauty, cultural wealth, impressive architecture... Come for orthodox Easter to see the processions, the parades, the pot-throwing custom and the candle-lit resurrection ceremony on the Esplanade.

Tan on its dozens of pristine beaches in the summer (Barbati, Glyfada, Aghios Georgios Pagon, Aghios Stephanos, Issos, Aghios Gordis, Kontogiallos, Sidari, Myrtiotissa, Kerassia, Paleokastritsa...), and enjoy the sports (parasailing, water-skiing, scuba diving, cycling, golf, horse riding...), beach-front tavernas, cafes and clubs. Take a day cruise along the picturesque North-east coast, or visit the sea caves in Paleokastritsa.

The medieval Campiello district is breathtaking, and has recently been included in UNESCO's protected wonders. The town's architecture has been influenced by millennia of rich history. In the centre of town walk through the Liston, whose arcaded buildings were built to resemble the Rue de Rivoli in Paris, to reach the classical palace built in the 1820ies for the British High Commissioner. Visit the Byzantine cathedral, the church of Saint Spyridon, the monasteries, the museums, as well as the medieval castles built by Venice, England and France. Don't forget to visit Achilleon, the castle buit by Austrian princess Sisi and dedicated the Achilles.

Music, literature and fine art also come alive in Corfu. Dionysios Solomos, poet, wrote the Greek National Anthem, to which Nicholaos Chalikiopoulos Mantzaros wrote the music. Edward Lear painted many Corfiot landscapes. Gerald Durrell, author, biologist and environmentalist, wrote "My family and other animals", an autobiographical novel about his early years in Corfu. A public garden is named after him on the Esplanade square.

It's no wonder Corfu was chosen by the Royal families of Austria and Greece amongst others as a summer retreat!

The following pictures were all taken in Corfu; use the next and previous buttons to view them.


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