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Agnos

Agnos is an organised beach with loungers and a taverna that's on the north coast just west of Roda. It's sandy and shelves gently into the sea which makes it great for families as little ones can play safely in the shallows, just watch out for strong waves.

Sidari

Sidari is a long sandy beach on the north coast, as Sidari is one of the most popular resorts on the island the beach is busy with lots of sun loungers, tavernas, water sports, pedalo hire and ample parking. It's great for kids as the water stays shallow.

Astrakeri

Astrakeri is on the north coast of Corfu between Roda and Sidari. It's a large rustic beach with minimal facilities, it's mainly sand but with some pebbles in places, the water is shallow which means it’s ideal for kids but it does drop steeply once you get further out.

Small Nissaki

Small Nissaki is a tiny pebble beach, there’s a single taverna perched on the rocks above which is the perfect spot to enjoy the views. Small Nisskai is good for kids as it’s a sheltered bay so there’s not too much current or winds but it does get deep.

Avlaki

Avlaki beach is in the north of Corfu, between Agios Stefanos and Kassiopi, it's a quiet pebble beach and the sea is clear making it the perfect spot for snorkelling. There are often stronger winds in the north so you may find the sea can be a little choppy.

Benitses

Benitses is a sand and pebble beach on the east coast, about 15-20 minutes south of Kerkyra, it has calm waters and is well sheltered from the wind. Benitses is an organised beach with tavernas, sunbeds, umbrellas, showers and water sports.

Dassia

Dassia is a long but narrow shingle beach on the east coast, it has several beach bars and trees at the rear for shade. It’s organised with a couple of rows of sunbeds and there's a platform around the middle where you can dive into the crystal clear water.

Ermones

Ermones is a sand and pebble beach on the west coast of Corfu. The beach is surrounded by dramatic lush green hills making this a pleasant place to spend a day or two. The hills also mean that it doesn’t get too windy and the sea remains calm.

Glyfada

Glyfada is a popular beach on the west coast of Corfu, roughly in line with the airport. The beach is surrounded by rocky, tree covered hill side, has soft golden sand and beautiful clear water and a selection of water sports so it’s easy to see why it’s popular.

Halikounas

Halikounas, often called Chalikounas, is a vast sandy beach on the south west coast of Corfu, right on the edge of Lake Korisson. The beach has soft golden sand with some rocks. There are a couple of tavernas, one at the start and one around the middle.
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