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Kavos

Kavos is right at the bottom of Corfu and is the main 18-30 resort so it’s full of young revellers sleeping in the day and partying all night. Not only does Kavos have the wildest party nights on the island it is also home to a large sandy beach with loads of water sports.

Kerasia

Kerasia is a quiet cove on the east coast of northern Corfu, it's not really a village as there’s just a beach with a single taverna and a few villas to rent. There’s no shops, no bars and no other facilities but it's perfect for those looking to get away from the crowds.

Kontokali

Kontokali is a small coastal village. Nightlife is minimal but there are a couple of bars. There’s no shortage of tavernas and restaurants to choose from and they have a wide range of cuisines to suit all tastes. Kontokali is a great location if you want to travel round Corfu.

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.

Agios Spyridon

Agios Spyridon, also known as Saint Spiridon, is a beach resort based around two fantastic bays with gorgeous views over to Albania. It’s located in the north east of Corfu. There are a handful of restaurants and tavernas to try as well as a small crazy golf course.

Agios Stefanos (NW)

Agios Stefanos in the north west is based around a picturesque 1km long sandy cove. There's several tavernas, some on the beach and some back in the main village. There’s a good number of hotels, bars and supermarkets too so you really do have everything you need.

Apraos

The village of Apraos is small and quiet with virtually no facilities, you wont find late night bars, souvenir shops or supermarkets, there are a couple of tavernas by the beach and a handful of hotels. If you need anything else you’ll have to travel to the nearby village of Kassiopi.

Arillas

Arillas is a fairly small resort in the north west of Corfu, it’s quiet, peaceful and perfect for families as children can play on the golden sand beach and paddle in the crystal clear waters, teenagers will enjoy the water sports and adults can relax in one of the tavernas.

Avlaki

Avlaki is a relatively unknown village that lies just south of Kassiopi on the north east coast of Corfu. Avlaki is more of a collection of hotels and villas rather than a resort, the main attraction to Avlaki is the long and beautiful bay that it’s based around.

Barbati

The resort of Barbati sits either side of the main coastal road on the east of Corfu and leads to a long shingle and pebble beach. The village has all the things a tourist needs including supermarkets, souvenir shop and a wealth of good restaurants.
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