Paleokastritsa has been called the jewel of Corfu, set on a number of bays separated by small promontories, and on the headland farthest out to the sea is the beautiful monastery, still working and occupied by cat loving monks, and containing the famous icon of the Virgin in its church….Read More
Sidari resort, one of todays largest tourist destinations on the island lies on the north and west coast of Corfu. Looking out to sea the islands of Erikoussa, Othoni and Mathraki can be seen, and regular boat trips can be enjoyed, giving the visitor a chance to explore them- the Diapontia islands, belonging to Greece but set on the way to Italy…Read More
Kavos is on the southernmost edge of the island of Corfu, inside the region of lefkimi and 45 kilometers distance from Corfu town, currently is the most popular tourist destination on the island….Read More
Messonghi is a small village with very large beach and also high tourist development due to its rich tourist infrastructure. It is located on the east coast of Corfu, some 18 kilometers south of the city and the airport, next to the large tourist resort of Moraitika, by which is separated with the river of Messonghi…Read More
Dassia was the site of Europe’s first Club Mediterranee, its promontory now empty and awaiting development by its new owners.
The sand and shingle beach is popular with families, as it is fringed with hotels, tavernas and bars catering for every taste….Read More
Ipsos lies in a large bay at the foot of Mount Pantocrator, Corfu’s highest peak. It is lively, with water sports and a diving school, and dolphins are often spotted frolicking out at sea. At the southern end is a small harbour with fishing boats and boats for hire, and if you walk inland from here there is the small village of Analypsis…Read More
Kassiopi is on the north east tip of Corfu, looking across the narrow channel to the Albanian port of Saranda.
It has played a major role in the island’s history, as can be seen by the impressive ruins of the castle overlooking the harbour, It is said that Nero watched a play in the theatre….Read More
These two bays are great favourites with visitors who return year after year and really feel ‘local’. The large sandy beach of Agios Stefanos attracts many people, there are often quite big breakers here, but the water stays shallow for quite a long way, making it ideal for families…Read More