The north east side Nissaki Beach (otherwise called the Krouzeri Beach) is a pebbly stretch often opted for by numerous holidaymakers given the spectacular scenery in which it is located, that is, at the meeting point of Mount Pantokrator and the sea. It is renowned for its clear waters, which is precisely why it has been awarded the blue flag, and it gives sunbathers the possibility to diversify their way of spending leisure time by means of certain water sports facilities and boat hire services. The adjoining taverns and hotels turn Nisaki into an extremely accessible venue.
The display made available by the Museum of Ceramic Art speaks about what is characteristic of Corfu in terms of ceramic art.
The Kalami (or Kalamiones) Beach is a wide pebbly stretch awarded, as expected, the blue flag. It lies on the northeastern side of 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