Paxos & Antipaxos Island
According to the Greek mythology, Poseidon had separated Paxos from Corfu with his trident in order to create a small shelter for him and his wife Amphititre.
The beaches of Paxos and Antipaxos are one of the most beautiful in the Ionian seashore.
You will swim in the most crystal blue water ever. You will visit Gaios, the main town of Paxos island to walk around and visit the traditional shops and cafes of the island.
Finally, you will discover by boat the spectacular caves to make your trip unforgettable!
The area of Benitses to the east of Corfu is a destination close to Corfu’s town centre.
This village boasts more than one pebbly beach, while the largest one offers many facilities concerning water sports or boat rentals. Visitors of Benitses may taste fresh seafood or the Greek cuisine at restaurants or taverns located just opposite the beaches. Close to the main beach of Benitses there is a marina, where yachts or boats anchor.
The area of Sidari to the northwest of Corfu captivates visitors, mainly due to the distinct formation of the bays and the amazingly blue water.
Sidari is a well-developed tourist resort, featuring three main sandy beaches, including the so-called Canal d’ Amour (Channel of Love), that ranks highly among Corfu’s best beaches. Moreover,
Sidari offers a lot of facilities for visitors, from a great variety of accommodation opportunities and shops to tourist agencies, boat rentals and other amenities.
Paleokastritsa boasts crystalline seawater, amazing surrounding environment with rocks and is the best destination for snorkeling.
This village offers a lot of hotels, villas and apartments for a lovely stay and there are lots of beaches, where you can find many facilities.
The most visited beach is located close to a monastery and is well-organized. Other beaches can only be accessed by sea and therefore visitors often rent a boat or yachts to approach them and discover the caves of the area.
Kassiopi is the largest village of northeastern Corfu and a fabulous tourist resort, located 38 km away from Corfu’s center.
This small town was built within an ancient settlement, which is nowadays evident only through the ancient castle of the area, reminding us the old times.
In Kassiopi there is a central road with a harbor, leading to the magnificent beaches of the area. While in Kassiopi, you may have the opportunity of visiting the whole northern part of Corfu.
The old town centre of Corfu is the best attraction of the island, along with the natural environment and the crystalline water.
The narrow roads (the so-called kadounia), old churches, great mansions and the museums of the town centre gain the attention of visitors. Moreover, the Old and New Fortress are of great cultural importance. Do not forget to visit the amazing Liston, the well-known pedestrian street which is the most visited location within the town centre. Also: Kanoni pensinsula, Mouse island/Pontikonisi, Chapel of Panagia Vlaherena