On holidays to Roda, you can measure both the net-fresh fish and the old-world charm by the bucket load.
Roda’s got plenty of small-town pulling power, thanks to a long history as a quaint fishing village. It’s still a fresh face on the holiday scene, and has only recently started to make its name. But Roda’s no shrinking violet – in the busy summer months, the beachfront bars kick the tempo up a notch or three, with late-night shenanigans going on until the early hours. That being said, you’ll still catch more than a slice of the village’s playful nature in the winter months, just at a slightly lower volume.
Blue Flag sand
As the proud owner of a half-kilometre stretch of golden sand, Roda knows its stuff when it comes to beaches. And it’s got a Blue Flag to boot – meaning it comes up trumps in the cleanliness department. If you want to get the adrenaline pumping, Roda delivers on that front, too – there’s jet-skiing, parasailing, and banana-boating on offer.
Corfu’s team leader is a 45-minute drive away from Roda, on the island’s east coast. It comes with an old town that dates back to the 8th century BC and streets packed with shops and restaurants, so it’s ideal for a daytrip. If you want to venture even further afield, Corfu Town’s port has ferries running to mainland Greece, as well as the dainty offshore island of Vido.
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