What is fascinating about Kaminaki is this resort has managed to resist to the mainstream tourism development, preserving its genuine Greek village dash unadulterated by the impact of this modern activity. Being the southernmost as compared to Kalami or Agni, this northeastern resort paradoxically turns its seclusion and lack of tourism boom into the main tourist asset.
However, there are indeed some establishments and facilities servicing certain essential tourist aspects, such as boat hire facilities or several taverns, of which Spiro’s is said to be the most noteworthy. With respect to accommodation, visitors should only rely on the offers put forward by the few apartments for rent scattered on the hilly and wooded background of the beach, but they should carefully consider this detail since Kaminaki runs out of accommodation pretty fast. Kaminaki is a definite destination seclusion enthusiasts should not overlook, since this resort stands out as an epitome of the concept of seclusion. All in all, Corfu has everything to gain from managing to preserve such oases of tranquility.
Undeniably, the Paleokatritsa Beach (also called the Paleokastritsa Xenia) is the star of the northern beaches of Corfu.
Kassiopi beaches consist of rather pebbly stretches, but the fact that most of them are satisfactorily endowed with sports facilities and boat hiring beach.
The Agios Georgios Argyradon Beach is a 200 meters long and 10 meters wide white stretch of sand located in the municipality of Korision, on the southwestern side of Corfu