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Agios Gordios

The small village resort of Agios Gordios is in a great location on the west coast of Corfu and is surrounded by Olive groves, mountains and the fantastic golden sand beach. There are plenty of hotels and apartments available with costs to suit all budgets.

Messonghi

Messonghi, sometimes known as Mesoggi is a small Corfu resort that merges into Moraitiki on the east coast. Although Messonghi is small it does have all the amenities, there’s a good selection of restaurants and bars, a couple of supermarkets and some shops too.

Moraitika

Moraitika is on the east coast roughly 20km south of Corfu town. It's a popular resort for families and young couples. it's based around a single road and a large beach. Moraitika offers a wealth of tavernas, pubs and bars to keep you entertained day and night.

Paleokastritsa

Paleokastritsa is a spread out village up in the north west of Corfu, it's ideal for families and couples but probably not lively enough for teens or those looking to party. The main section of the resort is down by the harbour where there’s a number of tavernas.

Dassia

Dassia is a resort set on both sides of the main coastal road on the east coast of Corfu, it has a good selection of restaurants to suit all tastes as well as all the usual tourist facilities like car rental shops, souvenir shops, supermarkets, hotels, tavernas and a camp site.

Ermones

Ermones is a small resort in the centre of the west coast of Corfu about 20 minutes outside Kerkyra. There’s not a huge selection of hotels but there are a few around the beach. Ermones is perfect for people who want a slower, quieter pace to their holiday.

Glyfada

Glyfada is in the middle of Corfu on the west coast and is a very small and relatively quiet resort, there's no late night bars, clubs or any other lively evening entertainment. There are a bunch of restaurants, hotels and apartments, mainly around the beach front.

Gouvia

Gouvia is located on the east coast, just north of Corfu town. It's a former fishing village that’s been developed over the years and as more and more establishments open it's becoming a genuine tourist resort with all the expected tourist facilities.

Ipsos

At one time, Ipsos was a party resort full of 18-30 pubs and clubs but it's tried to shed that image over the years. It's still pretty lively in the evening, it has plenty to offer for a package holiday with all the expected amenities but perhaps lacks a bit of Greek charm.

Kalami

Kalami bay is set beneath the hills on Corfu’s north east coast. It isn’t a lively resort but it does have a small selection of tavernas, shops and bars as well as a lovely traditional Greek feel to the village. Kalami will appeal mainly to people who want a slow paced holiday.
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