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Where To Go2019-05-07T21:32:40+00:00

Ermones

According to myth in this bay, Nausika, the daughter of the King of the Alkinoos Phaeques, played with her therapies, when one day he discovered the most odd gift of the sea on the beach: the Ulysses Odysseus.

The beach of Ermones offers fine sand and pebbles, satisfying all tastes, while the crystal, literally and transportly, waters are ideal for discerning swimmers who like the abrupt changes of the bottom.

Diving enthusiasts will find their ideal on the beach of Ermones as it runs an excellent diving center, a starting point of amazing excursions to the magnificent and spectacular Corfiot seabed.

If you are looking for isolation, you can easily explore the tiny, uninhabited creeks, formed between the cliffs, renting a boat or a water bike.

Antipsos

But here are probably the most beautiful hidden beaches of Corfu, wild, with tall rocks and fine sand in turquoise crystal and very clear waters, many people do not know them because they are very simply accessible by boat from the sea.

Guali

Another deserted, idyllic beach near Ermones and the village of Giannades, accessible only by the sea.

Caves

Each cave has its own history. For example, one of the caves is named Nafsika, the name of the daughter of the King of Phoenicians who treated Ulysses according to Homer. The boat will take you by boat to see each cave, the sun reflected on the rocks and dive into the turquoise waters.

Krouza

But here are probably the most beautiful hidden beaches of Corfu, wild, with tall rocks and fine sand in turquoise crystal and very clear waters, many people do not know them because they are very simply accessible by boat from the sea.

Kolovri

A rock in the sea, in the bay of Paliokastritsa, one of the rocks that is attributed to Odysseus.

Plaka

But here are probably the most beautiful hidden beaches of Corfu, wild, with tall rocks and fine sand in turquoise crystal and very clear waters, many people do not know them because they are very simply accessible by boat from the sea.

Stelari

The Greatest Beach of the area, a true paradise that only illuminates in the evening with the light of the stars and a few of the long lights of Paleokastritsa.

It has all the features of the past, it has mainly fine pebbles with crystal clear waters, it is idyllic, beautiful and in addition it gives the sense of magnificence of the landscape with the towering rocks.
Only accessible by the sea.

Paradise

The paradise beach is a beautiful cliff beach in Corfu that is accessible by hiring a taxi boat who will leave you there and come back a couple of hours later to pick you up.

Though the surrounding is amazing it is not a child friendly beach as the water gets deep really quickly and there are no amenities such as toilets and restaurants.

This secluded pebbly beach is perfect for swimming though with its crystal clear seawater.

Liniodoros

Next to a beautiful promenade of land in the sea, the cape liniodoros. A homonymous paradise beach accessible only by the sea, south and west of the village of Liapades.

Limni

Another beautiful and secluded beach beneath the village of Liapades, accessible mainly by the sea and the land for good climbers.

It resembles the morphology of the two-way Porto steering wheel in Northwest Corfu, with a prominent round of land lying in front of the island with a small strip, this strip is the beach.

Rovinia

Very green in a very idyllic landscape, fine pebble beach and minimal sand, isolation and crystal clear blue waters, rightly characterize as one of the most beautiful in Greece, is Rovina beach. It is only a short distance from Liapades Beach and is located opposite Paleokastritsa, accessible both by the sea and by land through a small path.

Liapades

It is the beach with the blue-green waters located on the first bay in the east east of Paleokastritsa, at a distance of only 2 km.Peaceful waters in a magical landscape.

It is the beach of the semi-mountainous village of Liapades, located about 400 meters east and a little south to the interior of the island.

Palaiokastritsa

Famous for its «excessive» cold, aquamarine waters. It is fully organized and has been awarded the Blue Flag.

It is located below the road that leads to the Monastery of Paleokastritsa, on the left. It has sand and gravel and its waters are blue-green, clean and calm. The entire bay is surrounded by dense vegetation creating beautiful colors in the waters.

Mirtiotisa

It is beautiful, probably one of the most beautiful beaches in Corfu, hidden by the mountains around. It is a sandy beach with rocks in the sea and a wonderful view if you don’t mind the naturalists around.

Glyfada

The Glyfada beach in Corfu is a very popular sandy beach just about 16 km west of Corfu Town. It is beautiful and full of conveniences for travelers such as sunbeds, umbrellas, shops and taverns. Very popular among the young crowds.

Pelekas

Pelekas is the village that has something for everyone. For more than 40 years it has been a favourite hideaway for independent holiday makers who return year after year. If you are looking for sandy beaches and traditional tavernas, fringed by the natural beauty of timeless olive groves.

Ai Gordios

Agios Georgios beach in Corfu is located in northwest Corfu, about 40kms from Corfu Town.

This beautiful resort is tucked away in this horseshoe shaped bay and is suitable for families with small kids, couples or anyone who wants to enjoy a relaxing place with beautiful views.