Nightclubs in Kavos, Corfu

Updated November 21, 2016

Kavos--formerly a village that is now a beach resort on the southern tip of Greece's Corfu Island--abounds with clubs and bars, providing a variety of entertainment and music styles. To find a nightclub, ask a Kavos local to direct you to Kavos' main street ("Bar Street"), where restaurants and clubs line both sides of this long avenue. With clubs easy to find that are also a short walk from hotels, here are a few places to check out.

Scorers Bar

Considered to be the number-one sports and fun pub in Kavos, Scorers is open seven days a week. It can be found on Kavos' "Bar Street." Big-screen televisions provide major sporting events, comedies and music videos; lunch and dinner are also available. At night, Scorers turns into a busy nightclub, with DJ Andy Brown, dancing, music and videos.

To contact the club, you'll need to send a message through its community page or via e-mail:

Jocks Bar

Jocks credits itself as the "first and only Scottish bar" in Kavos. While drinking, relaxing and watching sports are encouraged--with couches and big-screen televisions provided--Jocks is truly a party bar that provides a wide range of dance music. The nightclub is open from 6:00 p.m. until early morning, from May to October. Smoking is allowed.

Jocks Bar

Kavos, Corfu

Aegean Islands, Greece, 49080


Roadblock Bar

This nightclub provides two dance floors, smoke machines and lasers, along with DJ Rikki Page, who plays R&B, funk, dance and hip-hop from the 1990s to current hits. Open seven days a week, the building is air-conditioned, and the bar offers cocktails, beer and mixed drinks. Roadblock is located on Kavos' main street, near McDonald's.


The Venue

Considered one of the top nightclubs in Kavos, this club boasts of being in the "heart" of Kavos' nightlife. It is open seven nights a week and provides a different form of entertainment each night. There are special DJs spinning tunes, as well as attractions offered to lure passersby into the club. To find The Venue, walk to the middle of the town's main street.

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