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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 it's also home to a large sandy beach with loads of water sports.

Kerkyra

Kerkyra or Corfu town is roughly in the centre of the east coast. It's the capital of the island and the largest town. Kerkyra caters to those that want a bit of history with the beautiful old town to explore and no end of attractions and amenities to keep you busy.

Agios Stefanos (NW)

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

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 and paddle in the crystal clear waters, teenagers will enjoy the water sports and adults can relax in the tavernas.

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.

Benitses

Benitses is a small village on the east coast roughly 9km south of the airport and the capital. Benitses is also often referred to as Mpenitses. There's a pebble and shingle beach with a marina at the northern end that's home to close to 200 boats and yachts.

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