Erimitis area is the Northeastern tip of Corfu island, very close to Albanian shores. It starts from Agios Stefanos area in the East and stretches up to Kassiopi borders at the North Coast.… 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 harbor with fishing boats and boats for hire, and if you walk inland from here there is the small village of Analipsis.… Read More
This village set on a large bay has long been a popular holiday resort, but it now has an added attraction- the island’s largest marina, always bustling with yachts of all sizes from many nations. This means that a large selection of bars and tavernas have sprung up, offering plenty of choice for visitors.… Read More
Kassiopi is on the northeast 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 harbor, It is said that Nero watched a play in the theatre.… Read More
Barbati resort was until recently a stony beach beloved of Corfiots who came to picnic in the olive groves at weekends, but a sudden building craze has turned it into a lively, vibrant resort which has become very popular with holidaymakers.… Read More