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Kerasia

Kerasia beach is located up in the north east corner of Corfu, it's a picturesque tree lined pebble beach with great views out to Albania. Kerasia is a fairly quite beach, there are sunbeds as well as a taverna and beach bar. The end with the taverna is the popular.

Agios Gordios

The long golden sand beach at Agios Gordios stretches for 1.5km and has crystal clear water. You can hire sunbeds and umbrellas, boats, canoes and enjoy water sports too. The only thing to look out for is the strong currents that sometimes affect the west coast beaches.

Large Nissaki

Large Nissaki lies slightly north east of small Nissaki on the east coast, it’s a long but fairly narrow shingle and pebble beach. There's sun loungers with trendy seating, table service for your food and drink and water sports to keep everyone entertained.

Agios Spyridon

Agios Spyridon is a lovely sandy beach that slopes gently into the sea making it ideal for kids. There's umbrellas and sun loungers, a beach bar for food and drink as well as showers, toilets and changing facilities. Despite all these amenities it remains pretty quiet.

Mirtiotissa

Mirtiotissa is a secluded beach on the west coast that is mainly used by nudists. There's a small beach bar but no other facilities. There’s a narrow, difficult but passable road that takes you there. If you’re worried about the road then leave the car at the top and walk down.

Agios Stephanos

Agios Stephanos beach, sometimes called San Stefanos, is located on the north west corner of the island. The beach is over a mile long, has soft sand and shallow water making it perfect for little ones. Although pretty popular it never feels crowded.

Paleokastritsa

Paleokastritsa is a fairly small bay belonging to the village of the same name in the north west of Corfu. As Paleokastritsa is a popular resort the beach gets packed in the summer months but it also means it has everything including sunbeds, tavernas, water sports and more

Agni Bay

Agni Bay is an unspoiled shingle and sand beach on the north east of the island. It has a steep, narrow, winding road heading down to the bay with a car park at the bottom of the road. There are three tavernas on Agni Bay, each one offering free sunbeds to customers.

Pelekas

Pelekas beach is large and sandy and never feels over crowded. It has calm waters that stay shallow a fair way out making it great for kids as they can safely build sandcastles, dig a hole in the sand or play in the shallow waters without fear of it suddenly dropping off.

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.
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