The village of Sidari is quite known as one of the best tourist resorts in Corfu located 38 km from the main town. The village is surrounded by a charming landscape full of lush green forests and beachs.
Kavos is the most popular resort in southern Corfu and a busy place with tourists who hang out at the beach from the early morning until the late hours. Kavos is regarded as one of the most frequented and active beaches on the island.
Issos is a huge sandy beach surrounded by Chalikounas at the north, the beach of Saint George at the south, and Korission lake at the east.
It is one of the best Corfiot beaches, belongs to the village of Chlomos, about 28 km from Corfu town on the west side of the island.
Kalami is considered one of Corfu's most picturesque spots located 30km from the main town. The main beach that lies in front of the settlement is composed by white shiny pebbles and turquoise waters. Kalami beach is worldwide famous as its unspoiled landscape inspired the English author Lawrence Darrell for his novel Prospero's cell.
Paleokastritsa is arguably the most famous picturesque village of the island of Corfu. The word Paleokastritsa literally means old fortress, witnessing the existence of such a castle on the rocky cave where now stands the Monastery of the Virgin.
Almyros is one of the longest beaches in Corfu located 45 km from the main town. The beach is known for its shallow waters and the soft sand that create a perfect and safe environment for the children.
Boukari is a picturesque fishing village located 25 km from Corfu Town. The main beach of Boukari distinguishes for its crystalline and shallow waters that provides safety to all visitors and especially the children.
Roda is popular for its intense nightlife and the romantic atmosphere.
The beautiful sandy shore which is actually a natural continuation of Arachavi, stretches for a couple of km with plenty of umbrellas and sunbeds.
Built in ancient times as a fishermen village, it offers today every kind of tourist structures including two different beaches. The port of Kassiopi is still in use today by local fishermen who give a beautiful example of the simple Greek traditions.
Aghios Stefanos is a small village, just few houses and tourist accommodation placed along a nice bay surrounded by hills.
Aghios Stefanos is the ideal place for those who want quiet and want to be far from a massive tourism but near to many bays and to a particular resort like Sidari.