What is unique about the Acharavi Beach is that it stands out as the longest beach in Corfu. Pertaining to the most important northern seaside resort, namely, Acharavi, the beach is highly frequented due to its belonging to this resort. It is a place fitted for spending time with the family, since its inviting waters are both free of sea urchins and gradually deepening. The beach is dotted with lounge chairs and umbrellas, yielding the typical image of a sunny beach. Certain taverns can be found on the beach, but the resort is replete with restaurants and all sorts of eateries, as well as with variously rated sleeping venues. The left side of the beach makes available a series of water sports facilities, as well as a boat hire operator.
The Kalami (or Kalamiones) Beach is a wide pebbly stretch awarded, as expected, the blue flag. It lies on the northeastern side of Corfu.
Museum of Asian Art opens the range of establishments covering the topic of art exhibits. This one is located in the Palace of Saints Michael and George.
The Archeological Museum of Corfu Town impresses, the many archeological exhibits aside, by its famous Gorgon Medusa statue and other works of art in Greece