Another rather unmatched beach in the west of Corfu refers to the Myrtiotissa Beach, an excellent venue for those who know how to appreciate a stretch of sand not only for its inherent features, but also for the beauty of its surroundings. Thus, the beach is bordered by several vineyards, and the monastery of Myrtiotissa is yet another landmark close to the beach. To whom it may concern, the beach is frequented mostly by nudists, so, either tourists look for such a place or want to avoid it for various reasons, they should keep in mind that nudism has become a tradition in this part of Corfu.
The Dassia Beach, still in the eastern side of Corfu, is a blue flagged pebbly stretch, being located a little northwards from Corfu Town, in the municipality of Feakon.
20 kilometers north from Corfu Town there is the Barbati Beach, a stretch yielding a spectacular scenery since it brings into a fortunate alliance the landscape
The Kalami (or Kalamiones) Beach is a wide pebbly stretch awarded, as expected, the blue flag. It lies on the northeastern side of Corfu.