The area attracts many swimmers who visit it to admire the magnificent scenery and experience the beach traditions and legends.

According to legend, Nausica, the daughter of the king of Corfu Alkinoos, found in the closed bay of the castaway of Ermones. The Homer's description fits the Bay Ermones and the river where Ulysses falls asleep, gives a lovely touch, even today, in the wild landscape of Ermones.

According to another tradition, one of the rocks surrounding the bay of Ermones is a petrified pirate, who in his attempt to steal a picture from the church that stands atop a hill on the beach, was "petrified" after shots of the Virgin Mary. Indeed, the shape of the rock looks like a human figure.

The area of Ermones is 15klm away from Corfu town, while access to the site is easy, since there is good road network.

The beach of Ermones covers all tastes, offering fine sand and pebbles. For those who love adventure and isolation, surrounding creeks formed between the cliffs are ideal. Renting a boat or a pedalo, you can enjoy the crystal clear waters of these idyllic creeks.

In a very short distance you can visit some of the most famous beaches of the island: Glyfada (3 km) Myrtiotissa (2 km) Kontogyalos (5km), Gialiskari etc. About 15 minutes away stands Pelekas, one of the prettiest traditional villages in Corfu. From its highest point you will have the opportunity to enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets in Greece.

In a short distance from the rooms you can taste the traditional food of Corfu in one of the restaurants of the area or have your coffee overlooking the sea.

At a distance of 8 kilometers, towards the town of Corfu, you will find the amusement park Aqualand, one of the largest and most modern in Europe.