The Kavos Beach, again stretching in the southern region of Corfu, is highly popular with tourists holidaying on the island together with their families, given that its waters are rather shallow, which provides a peace of mind to parents or other caretakers. The Kavos Beach shares the same sandy quality as all the other southern beaches, and is fitted with the finest selection of restaurants, taverns and bars, whereas the large number of hotels and other establishments offering accommodation services delineate its overall picture as a complete holiday destination.
Nissaki is a resort on the island of Corfu, famous for its blue flag beaches and small bays. Nissaki is situated in between Barbati and Kaminaki.
Located on the northeastern side of Corfu, the resort village of Barbati is only about 20 kilometers from Corfu Town. The beaches and Mount Pantokrator.
The Kapodistrias Museum complements the picture of museums and galleries Corfu is replete with. Dedicated to Ioannis Kapodistrias, the first governor of Greece