Given that blue flagged beaches are the closest thing to the idea of label of Corfu, there is no surprise to find out that the Ipsos (Ypsos) Beach has obtained the same statute. It’s not an overstatement to say the Ipsos is literally one of the most frequented sunbathing venues on the island. On the contrary, some might actually think the beach is a little too overcrowded even for their taste for hustle and bustle. However, certain tourists tend to believe that it is precisely places like this one that delineate the idea of being in the center of what is important and the main ingredient for a successful vacation. And they might be right, since the beach is fitted with water sports facilities and dotted with numerous fine eating venues. The neighboring hotels and rooms and apartments for rent increase the popularity rating of the beach.
Corfu boasts yet another extremely valuable museum, namely, the Ionian Bank Museum of Banknotes. Exhibits oldest banknote in the world issued in China in 1300 AD
Undeniably, the Paleokatritsa Beach (also called the Paleokastritsa Xenia) is the star of the northern beaches of Corfu.
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.