Agnos Beach Corfu

Agnos Beach Corfu

Agnos Beach Corfu by Lutz Hirschmann

About Agnos Beach

Agnos is an organised beach on the north coast of Corfu just west of Roda and just east of Astrakeri beach. It’s around an hours drive to or from the capital Kerkyra.

There’s no real village at Agnos, just a couple of large hotel complexes that supply most of people who visit the beach throughout the day. If you’re not staying at one of the hotels then you can arrive by car and park on the side of the road that leads down to the sea front.

Agnos beach is sandy and shelves gently into the sea which makes this a good beach for families as little ones can play without worrying about the water suddenly getting really deep. There is sometimes strong waves in the area so you may need to keep an eye on them if that’s the case on the day you visit.

There’s sun loungers to hire, food and drink available and toilets too, there are no water sports but there is gorgeous scenery and some of the trees at the rear of the beach offer shade for those that want it. Agnos beach never feels too crowded despite it’s narrow width.

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Sandy Beach
Sandy Beach
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Go to the Corfu resort guide to find out about the great towns and villages on the island.

Go to the Corfu beach guide to find out about some of the best beaches on the island.

Find something to keep you entertained whilst in Corfu with our Corfu sight seeing guide.

Go back to the main Corfu guide to find out more about this lovely Ionian island and what it has to offer the holiday maker

Find information on another Greek island, whether that’s to hop from Corfu on a day trip or to research an alternative destination.

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