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Bataria and Pipitos Beaches in Kassiopi Corfu

Last updated on June 10th, 2022 at 05:49 pm

Beaches around Kassiopi

Bataria and Pipitos are the most famous beaches at the Northeastern tip of Corfu island. This area shares the same geology as Erimitis, after all, it is in the same part of Corfu, with many small bays and perhaps the clearest waters on the island.

Therefore here we can find some beautiful pebble beaches in small isolated coves scattered all around the area.

  • 1) Bataria Beach

    Bataria beach Kassiopi
    Bataria beach Kassiopi | By Andrew Buchanan on Unsplash

    There is a small road that barely fits one large car, starting from the left side of the port, this road goes around the northern peninsula and leads to the first nice small beach of Bataria, near the north tip, north of the village.

    Bataria is an idyllic pebble beach, partially organized with sunbeds & umbrellas. Some people describe it as a piece ripped from paradise because the site is peaceful, and the waters are incredibly clear and colored in an amazing blue-azure

  • 2) Kanoni Beach

    At the north tip.
    Very small, very beautiful, with crystal clear waters in an amazing place. These are only some of the words you can use to describe this gem.

    People visiting this place stay speechless and fall in love with it.

  • 3) Pipitos Beach

    On the west coast of the base of the north peninsula, exactly across Bataria beach there is Pipitos.

    Pipitos beach is not less beautiful, In fact, it’s in contrast with Bataria for being equal or even better.

    The same clear and azure waters can be found here too. The beach is reached by some steps from the main road.

  • 4) Kalamionas

    Kalamionas beach Kassiopi
    Kalamionas beach Kassiopi | By Andrew Buchanan on Unsplash

    Shortly before the main road and at the West of Kassiopi, there is the beach of Kalamionas.

    A slightly larger beach and slightly less beautiful and more organized with lots of small shops, cafes, and bars.

    The name came from Kalamia, which means reed, obviously should be a reed that existed around there years ago.

  • 5) Imerolia

    It is the larger beach of Kassiopi, on the west side of the main resort, between Kalamionas beach and the football field of Kassiopi.

    The beach runs parallel to the main road that leads to the rest of the north part of Corfu.

    Imeroria beach is easily accessible and fully organized with water sports, sunbeds and umbrellas, and of course clear waters.

How to come to Kassiopi

Kassiopi lies at a distance of 36 km from the center of the island and therefore is not the easier place to visit.

But there is a dedicated green bus route from Corfu town to the village couple of times daily.

Also, you can hire your own car or bike and take your time to visit it and leave anytime you like.

Finally, Don’t forget that from many other resorts in Corfu there are boat trips to the north tip of Corfu, it is another way to combine your visit to Kassiopi with a mini daily cruise.

In brief

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