Last updated on February 12th, 2019 at 03:43 pm
South and West Corfu is dominated by endless sandy beaches and quite traditional villages.
The large traditional villages of the interior seem to be stuck in time, life flows slowly and does not seem to have changed much in recent years.
The same happen with the huge beaches, with the exception of the beach of Agios Georgios with the great tourist development in recent years, they remain almost untouched by the uncontrolled tourist exploitation and preserve their natural beauty.
Chalikounas and Issos, Agios Georgios of Argyradon, Marathias or else Marta or Malta, and the beach of Agia Varvara, all these are the same place that extends for several miles.
Here’s the handsome Gardenos beach in the northern part of the long beach of Vitalades, Lakka or Cannula beach that ends at the cape of Arkoudillas which has an amazing unspoilt beach itself which in turn reaches Asprokavos cape and its own beautiful sandy beach.
Next to Korission lake there is a small cedar forest that separates the two large sandy beaches of Chalikouna and Issos. The Korission Lagoon is a very rich wetland and a place where local people... Read More
Issos is a huge sandy beach surrounded by Chalikounas at north, the beach of Saint George at south and Korission lake at the east. Is one of the best Corfiot beaches, belongs to the village... Read More
Chalikounas beach may not be the most beautiful, after all this is relative and according to everyone`s tastes, but it is definitely the largest beach in Corfu. A strip of sand in southwestern Corfu stretches... Read More
The Korission Lake is located on the southwest coast of Corfu, about 20 miles from the airport, just behind the beach of Chalikouna and next to the beach of Issos. It belongs to the wider area... Read More
Gardenos beach is situated in the southwest end part of Corfu, and is the beach side of traditional village of Vitalades. Distance from the town of Corfu is quite large, about 30 km from the... Read More
Agios Georgios Argyradon lays about 33 km south from the city of Corfu. It is also known as Saint George south to stand out from the homonymous location at the northwest of the island. It... Read More