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Marathias

Marathias beach is on the east coast of the Keri peninsular down in the south of Zakynthos. The rocky landscape and lush, green hills offer shade over the pebble beach. There are sometimes a handful of sunbeds available, but not always and there's no taverna.

Navagio

Navagio Beach, known also as Shipwreck Beach or Smugglers Cove is one of the most photographed beaches anywhere in Greece. This picturesque beach with stunning azure waters, high cliffs on all sides and a shipwreck on the beach is certainly beautiful and unique.

Porto Vromi

Porto Vromi is a picturesque bay with a pair of beaches on the west coast of Zakynthos. Despite the two beaches being just 250m apart as the crow flies, there’s no direct link between them. Both are small pebble beaches at around 25m wide with harbours but no tavernas.

Xigia

Xigia beach is towards the north of Zakynthos island on the east coast. As Xigia has natural spring waters filled with collagen and sulphur it’s renowned as a top-notch therapeutic hot spot and is the perfect place for a relaxing, healing float.

Agios Nicholaos

Agios Nicholaos beach, otherwise known as St Nicholas Port has a handful of sunbeds available and a couple of tavernas that offer cold drinks and delicious food for lunch or snacks. The beach is just 75 metres long and 15 metres at it’s widest with mainly pebbles.

Argassi

Argassi is a narrow beach separated into a few sections by rock formations. There’s also the remains of an old bridge that dates back to 1805, today it’s ruined and just three arches are left. You can’t go on the bridge but it makes a good backdrop for photos.

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.

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.

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.

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 fantastic views. Small Nisskai beach is good for kids as it’s a sheltered bay so there’s not too much current or winds but it does get deep.
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