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 Serbian Museum speaks about the stay of the Serbian army which found refuge in Corfu during World War I. Exhibits Uniforms, medals, flags, ammunition and well as sundry artifacts
Parga is the most frequented resort on the Epirus coastline of Greece. Visit the old fortress in Parga and Valtos Beach.
he north east side Nissaki Beach (otherwise called the Krouzeri Beach) is a pebbly stretch often opted for by numerous holidaymakers given the spectacular scenery