Last updated on June 21st, 2020 at 09:10 am
In South-East Corfu, there are large tourist resorts and well-known fishing villages. The second larger town on the island Lefkimi, and Kavos.
The tourist destinations of Moraitika and Messongi are among the largest on the island. With thousands of visitors and have the only sandy beach on the east coast.
Here are the fishing villages of Boukari and Petriti that have a large harbor for fishing boats and several fish tavernas.
Lefkimi is the second most populous city of Corfu and is located a few kilometers north of Kavos.
It has grown significantly in recent years and became a modern city. It doesn’t reminisce in any way the city of the 80s where the dilapidated houses and a sense of regression and delay were present.
Kavos is the favorite destination for young British tourists.
The place is transformed to help the oppressed British youngsters to outburst themselves. Needless to say, anything more.
Further down to the southern end of Corfu there are the wild capes of Arkoudilas and Asprokavos.
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 a 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
In the south east coast of Corfu and 18 km from the airport is the busy resort of Moraitika
The old village of Moraitika sits on a hill at the base of which lies the modern resort stretching down to the shore.… Read More
Going along the coast road from Messonghi it is difficult to know exactly where Boukari begins….there are numerous small fish tavernas, and quiet bays where people can picnic, but then you round a bend and see the small harbor, and this is the heart of this hamlet.… Read More
A casual visitor here might be surprised by the sight seen recently on the quayside- four Moslem crew members doing their midday prayers- but Petriti, although a very traditional Greek fishing village, also embraces the 21st century, and crews now come from further afield if needed.… Read More