What is so appealing about the Kassiopi Beach is that it is located at the foot of Mount Pantokrator, which yields an excellent and spectacular scenery combining both the dramatic lines of topography and the smooth curves of the beach and of the sea. The Kassiopi Beach is genuinely one of the most crowded in Corfu, being provided with hundreds of lounge chairs and umbrellas. Given that it pertains to the namesake resort, the beach is surrounded by countless establishments offering accommodation services, as well as by numerous eating and drinking venues. Several karaoke bars can be found nearby, giving clients the occasion to test their talents or, in all cases, to spend a lovely time and have fun.
What Arillas has in common with the little northerner Agios Stefanos refers to its being rather secluded. Boat hiring in Arillas.
Agios Gordios (also referred to as Agios Gordi or Ai Gordhis) stands out as an increasingly popular beach and resort, 45 minutes west from Corfu Town.
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