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Agios Gordios

A beautiful natural environment that stands out for its rock. The golden sand of the beach is surrounded by rocky formations and some kind of mystical, secluded beaches whose northern rocks look like statues.

You can relax on the sun-beds provided at the most crowded part of the beach, under the umbrellas which are for rent. Canoes, paddle boats and a lot more of fascinating water sports are found at the beach of Agios Gordios along with a diving center.

(This beach offers private places for naturists too)



Known also as ‘’Pelekas Beach’’ since it is located under the village called Pelekas. Famous for its spectacular sunset, it is one of the most enchanting beaches of Corfu. Great and wide in size (with a 30-metre width),it is a truly lively place with a great number of beach-bars, restaurants and traditional greek tavernas. The waters there are considered as some of the most crystal ones in Ionian Sea.


One of the western beaches of Corfu covered by a hill full of olive trees and cypresses as well. Those many times that the atmosphere is clear, the visitors are able to literally see Italy from a distance.

In the mornings it is often visited by families who want to enjoy the sand, the crystal-clear waters and of course the bright sun.

Glyfada though, is probably the most well known place of the island. All-day bars and restaurants wait for everyone to visit them. It’s nightlife has made the place a must-go for anyone who wants to have a taste of Corfu’s night entertainment.


Paleokastritsa, a Corfu trademark.

In the small coves that are formed across the place one can enjoy their swim in a total green background. “Alypa”, “Agia Triada”, “Agios Petros”, “Ampelaki” and “Platakia” are quieter beaches while “Agios Spyridonas” Is the most famous and crowded beach in Paleokastritsa region.

The waters there are perfect for water sports and as so, puddle boats, water taxis jet skis etc are offered for rent to most of these beaches.


There is a village called Liapades and this is it’s beach. Just 2 km away from Paleokastritsa, more crystal azure waters and an also stunning view await for you.

Most of the beach is covered with sand but there are a few spots covered with pebbles. It is a totally organized beach with a lot of sun-beds and water sports facilities. The fact is that in Liapades there is more than meets the eye…

About 15 ‘’hidden’’ small beaches wait for you to discover them, either on foot or by boat.

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Agios Georgios

“Saint George” (the English translation for Agios Georgios) is the beach of the traditional village “Argyrades” and is about 33km away from the town of Corfu.

Once a stranded coast, it has now become one of the most modern ones. The sea there is one of the most shallow ones of the island and it has been awarded with a blue flag.

Hotels, umbrellas, sun-beds, mini-markets, taverns, a wide variety of shops and even night-clubs, lie at the grasp of your hand.

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