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Acharavi - Corfu

Acharavi is a busy and lively resort set on the North coast of Corfu, boasting something for everyone. It is not just a resort, it is the main town for the North of the island and many of the local people visit Acharavi on a regular basis as there is a post office, banks, a dentist and doctors and all the facilities found in a modern town.

Agios Gordios - Corfu

The resort of Agios Gordios is on the west coast of Corfu. As you climb the hills crossing from east to west, the olive groves are all around you. Descending into Agios Gordios is a joy whether by day or night. At night the lights of the village are spread out below you. By day the panoramic view is breathtaking, looking across the bay to the landmark of 'Orthlithi' the rock guarding the cliffs.

Agni - Corfu

Agni Bay is home to Taverna Agni - Agni Travel. In Greek Agni means un-spoilt and this describes our bay perfectly. It is not a 'resort' as there are just three Tavernas (each with their own jetty for mooring up to) and a couple of local buildings. The bay is reached mainly by hired motor boats, although there is a narrow road and car parking these days. Yachts and large motor cruisers also frequent the bay.

Arillas - Corfu

A sleepy little seaside resort on the North West coast, with a large sandy cove and a few fishing boats.

Avlaki - Corfu

Situated between the village of Agios Stephanos to the south and the livelier resort of Kassiopi to the North, and fringed by just a few villas and two tavernas, Avlaki is relatively unknown to most visitors to Corfu. It is a beautiful long curving bay with a gently sloping shore and fabulously clear sea. A excellent bay for dinghy sailing and sail-boarding, although during the afternoon a welcome cooling Northerly sea breeze often springs up which can make the water a bit 'choppy'. On Sundays this beach is very popular with the locals.

Gouvia - Corfu

Gouvia is close to Corfu town, thus offering a short transfer from the airport. Plenty of tavernas, bars and several beaches means that Gouvia has something to offer all. Most of the accommodation is hotel based and very family orientated.
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Kalami - Corfu

Kalami bay is set nestling below the North East Corfu hills and famous for the Durrel's 'White House' and a beautiful beach. Kalami is a popular destination for couples and families. A quiet resort, but plenty for young children and teenagers. Kalami is ideal for a holiday away from the hustle and bustle of the busier towns on the island and yet typically Greek.

Kassiopi - Corfu

Kassiopi is a lively resort at the North East corner of Corfu. A charming little fishing village, with a traditional port. Tourism has of course had its influence, but you can still find local fishermen bringing home the morning catch down at the harbour.

Paleokastritsa

Pa-le-o-ka-str-it-sa (pronunciation: just let it roll off the tongue!) is set around three main bays. It is famous for being the islands most treasured beauty spot. Luxury yachts sail in to admire the back drop of the beautiful green hills, while the bay becomes busy with day trippers throughout the season.

Paxos

Crystal clear waters, pretty harbours and quiet bays - Paxos awaits. The Island of Paxos is located 15 km South of Corfu, but has no airport so a flight to Corfu is required, followed by a ferry.

Roda - Corfu

Roda is an old fishing village and a small family beach resort, it is mostly used by the British package tour operators. There is a super 'cove' type sandy beach. The original town has developed, but you will still find locals continuing their everyday life.

Sidari - Corfu

Sidari is actually two small coastal villages connected by a long sweeping sandy beach and two smaller beaches. With the effects of tourism, the villages have merged together over the last few years to make one large resort. The resort suits families looking for a lively package holiday.

The Beach

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Messonghi - Corfu

Messonghi is a small peaceful resort situated about 1Km. south of the resort of Moraitika. It is quiet and peaceful with the majority of facilities all within 100mtrs. of the beach. The terrain is relatively flat with no steep hills to climb on those hot summer days. Olive groves populate almost every scrap of unused land. The roads in and around the village are not major through roads and therefore traffic is relatively infrequent.

San (Saint) Stephanos (NW) - Corfu

A small family resort and village in a cove, with a large sandy beach. This is the Agios Stefanos, (Avliotes) of the North West coast and not to be confused with one of the same name on the North East coast. Agios means Saint in Greek, therefore you may see: Agios, Saint, St, San, then Stefanos. All refer to the same.

Agios (Saint) Stephanos (NE) - Corfu

Agios Stephanos is an extremely pretty fishing village, located on the North East coast of Corfu. (Not to be confused with the other Agios Stephanos located on the North West coast). This little fishing village has now become a very popular 'up market' resort with many stylish holiday villas. A thriving local Greek community welcomes its visitors with the warmth and hospitality for which Greece is famous. With 2 cocktail bars and several tavernas, together with a couple of supermarkets, a tourist shop, and boat hire, there is something for everyone.

Camping - Corfu

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Dassia - Corfu

Dassia (sometimes spelt Dasia) is a large resort, spread both sides of a busy main road. From this main road though, there are several smaller roads leading down to the beach.


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