Agia Varvara beach is a natural continuation of Marathias beach to the south. It is also known with the name Malta. It is composed of fine, golden sand and clean, shallow waters. In Agia Varvara beach you can rent parasols and deck-chairs, you can engage in sea sports, you can drink your coffee at the bars on the beach and you can taste local specialties at the restaurants and taverns of the region. It is named after the chapel of Agios Varvaros which is located on high ground above the road towards this specific beach. Agia Varvara beach is a very long beach where, even in the busy touristy months, you will find lots of space and more isolated spots to enjoy your swim in tranquility. The nearest village to this beach is Perivoli, with its traditional architecture and its small fishing port, at a distance of about 3 kilometers. The southern section of Agia Varvara beach is called Megas Choros and it is an entirely virgin and secluded part which you can reach either by a long walk along the shore or by jeep through a dirt road from the village of Vitalades .
Ipsos beach is characterized by its large length and from the fact that it is situated just below the main road in front of the touristy village Ipsos, on the northern part of the city of Corfu. It is quite a narrow beach, covered with pebbles and has got shallow and clean waters for which it was awarded with the Blue Flag by the European Union. Ipsos beach is fully organized with parasols and deck-chairs.... read more
Syki is a small, completely secluded beach with white pebbles, turquoise waters, surrounded by vast vegetation which reaches almost until the sea. Syki is not organized and the nearest restaurants are situated in Kassiopi, at a distance of 3 kilometers. It is accessible by the seaside road which connects Kassiopi to Acharavi, just before you reach the village of Apraos and Kalamaki beach. You can leave... read more
Sidari beach is a large and sandy beach, which extends along the main road, below the homonymous resort on the northern shores of the island. It is located between the small port and the famous Channel of Love, one of the most famous sights in the whole island. For this reason, Sidari beach is one of the most visited and busy beaches whic, is mainly preferred by tourists who flood this region every... read more
Marathias and Santa Barbara to the south, the continuation of Saint George, two adjoining sandy beaches, about four kilometers long. It can be reached by driving through Perivoli village and follow the signs, so distance from Corfu town is about 30 km. Nobody knows exactly where their boundaries are (the locals are still arguing about that!), but generally the northern part is called Marathias and the southern... read more
Roda beach extends in front of the homonymous resort on the northern coast of the island. It is a large sandy beach, basically a continuation of Acharavi beach. Roda beach has been awarded with the Blue Flag for its clean waters which do not deepen abruptly making it ideal for families with children. In Roda beach there is a great variety of sea sports. Along the beach you will find some parasols and deck-chairs... read more
Prasoudi is located in the south-western side of Corfu, near the beautiful and large village of Agios Matheos. It is about 4 kilometers away from it. The naming Prasoudi comes from the plant «prasoulida » (chive) which grows on the cliffs a few meters above the shore. Prasoudi is a small, sandy beach with few pebbles and scattered rocks into the sea. There you will find few deck-chairs and parasols... read more