The Agios Spyridon Beach (also referred to as the Perithia Beach) is unique in Corfu by its proximity to a fresh water lake. It is located in the northeastern part of the island, and, like many other beaches in Corfu, is had been awarded the blue flag. This is a 300 meter long beach, and its surroundings are dotted by a plethora of establishments putting forward accommodation solutions, as well as by taverns, bar and restaurants. The beach features the typical dash of any beach: lounge chairs, umbrellas and water sports facilities.
Some deem the Glyfada Beach one of the most popular in the western side of Corfu. Close to Pelekas, the beach has been awarded the blue flag
The Molos Beach looks a lot like the Kavos Beach, featuring shallow waters and a sandy texture.
There are two major highlights in Kalami, namely, the beaches pertaining to this small resort and its reference to the life and activity of Lawrence Durrell.