This is one of the best beaches in Corfu because of its fine sand, shape and location. It has many bars and is surrounded by nature. The water is a crystal-clear green. The views from the veranda of a cafe in one of the side hills has some of the best views. In summer it is very nice and from the bars you can get Greek traditional drinks in the sand. For example, you have the Greek coffee to go like Starbucks.
Glyfada is one of the most popular beaches on the island of Corfu , situated on the west coast , facing the open sea , long sandy beaches full of young people towards perfect for all types of sports in the water and on the sand . Occasionally big waves lapping the beach as this additionally entertains visitors, the beach is a couple of cafes and restaurants where you can dine , drink coffee or other drinks , enjoy music with DJ until the early morning hours ...
Kerasia Beach is a small hidden beaches on the east coast of Corfu near the town of Ipsos. The beach is difficult to reach given the narrow path, but the effort is well worth it. You'll find quiet beaches hidden among the pine trees with clear blue water. There's a small bar on the beach so you can grab a drink and relax! There are also some good beaches for snorkeling in the area.
If you go to to visit the beaches of Corfu, Barbati and Nissaki, you're sure to have a wonderful time. The sea water is really clear, and the fish come to the shore to nibble your toes. The beach is covered with white pebbles.
One of many gorgeous beaches on Corfu, Island. The sand is course yet easy on the feet and the water is clear and shallow for a bit. Get a sun bed with an umbrella (any place but from Spyros bar) and enjoy a day here. On the right side of the beach are rocks you can climb to see a wonderful, non-touristy sunset.