There are two resorts sharing the name of Agios Stefanos (otherwise referred to as San Stefano), but their locations on the island are quite opposite, so they can not be taken for each other. Thus, Agios Stefanos on the northwestern side of Corfu can be easily distinguished by its proximity to Arillas and Peroulades, and it is a favorite destination for tourists who appreciate the resilience of original Greek charm in facing the tourism boom to which a consistent part of Corfu has given way.
Agios Stefanos is only one hour and 30 minutes from Corfu Town and 25 minutes from Sidari, another hotspot on the northern side of Corfu. Tourist infrastructure is not as developed as in other popular resorts on the island, but there are a fair number of establishments providing accommodation services – a few small hotels, apartments for rent and villas – and eating venues. The sandy bay in Agios Stefanos is replete with boats, which is why boat trips are ideal for exploring the coastline. Windsurfing is particularly popular in Agios Stefanos, but other sports are also enabled by certain facilities the resort is provided with. All in all, Agios Stefanos makes a perfect destination for a tranquil vacation.
The Kavos Beach, again stretching in the southern region of Corfu, is highly popular with tourists holidaying on the island together with their families
If interested in the folklore of Middle Corfu (Kerkyra), tourists are advised to visit the Historical Folklore Museum of Middle Corfu (Kerkyra).
Located only 30 minutes southwards from Corfu Town, the lovely beach of Glyfada (Glifada) is deemed one of the finest and longest of all beaches in Corfu.