As far as northwestern beaches go, the Sidari Beach, part of the homonymous resort, is said to be the most impressive of all, which is why it is so highly frequented. The mild landscape and seascape of the beach is pegged out by lovely picturesque coves and by the amazing cavern rocks and sand cliffs on the background. Having been awarded the blue flag, the beach combines all features necessary for appealing to the numerous tourists in Corfu. Thus, nature is not the only contributor to the increasing popularity of the beach. Certain facilities the beach has been provided with appeal to hundreds of visitors who either choose to sunbathe on a lounge chair or resort to a water sport facility in view of livening their leisure time. In terms of accommodation services and places to eat or to spend the extra time one does not want to spend on the beach, the resort is replete with hotels, apartments and rooms for rent, restaurants, taverns, bars and clubs.
Solomos Museum of Corfu is consigned to honoring the life and work of Dionysios Solomos, the national poet of Greece, who produced the national anthem.
The neighboring Roda Beach pertains to the homonymous seaside resort which undergoes and increasing popularity with tourists visiting Corfu.
Though significantly calmer than the nearby Kondokali resort, Gouvia is one of the most popular and largest northeastern resorts in Corfu. Louis Corcyra Beach