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Petriti

Petriti is a small fishing village on the east coast, it’s about 20 minutes from Lefkimmi and nearly an hour from the capital. Petriti has a pretty little marina that’s home to a couple of tavernas where you can sit and watch the colourful boats come and go.

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.

Kassiopi

Kassiopi is the largest village in the north east of Corfu island, it's an attractive resort based around the harbour. This is where you’ll find a number of restaurants with great views where you can sit and watch the world go by whilst enjoying your meal.

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 to experience a bit of history with the beautiful old town to explore and no end of attractions and amenities to keep you busy.

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 Stefanos (NE)

Agios Stefanos is a small picturesque harbour village with views out over the Ionian sea to Albania. it’s an up market resort with plush villas available to rent in the hills behind the harbour. At the harbour you’ll find a number of tavernas and a couple of bars.

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.

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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