:: Acharavi Beach, Northern Corfu
Acharavi Beach, an 8 km stretch of pristine sand, is one of the longest Corfu beaches. The waters descend gradually, making it safe for children.
A number of water sports facilities and tavernas are located nearby.
Acharavi is a popular seaside resort that offers a good selection of hotels, apartments, rooms to let and studios.
:: Agios Georgios Armenadon Beach, Northwestern Corfu
Agios Georgios Armenadon is a beautiful, sandy blue flag beach located in a bay that is ideal for windsurfing. It is one of the quieter Corfu beaches, with gradually descending waters. The beach has water sports facilities, fish taverns and several hotels and rooms for rent. It is approached by a steep narrow road.
:: Agios Georgios Argyradon Beach, Southwestern Corfu
The beach of Agios Georgios Argyradon is a wide, sandy beach with gradually descending waters.
It has been awarded the blue flag for its excellent water quality and is one of the most popular Corfu beaches.
Agios Georgios Argyradon beach has chaise longues and umbrellas, a good selection of tavernas and cafes and plenty of rooms to let, apartments and hotels located nearby.
:: Agios Gordios Beach, Western Corfu
Agios Gordios Beach is another lovely long stretch of sand and pebbles with shallow waters. It is a much frequented Corfu beach, organized with umbrellas, chaise longues and water sports facilities.
Close to the beach is a wide variety of tavenas, fast food restaurants and cafés, as well as a number of hotels, apartments and rooms for rent.
:: Agios Spyridon Beach, Northeastern Corfu
The area surrounding Agios Spyridon makes it one of the most unique Corfu beaches. Apart from the clear sea waters, there is a freshwater lake situated at very close proximity.
It is a quiet, sandy beach that has been awarded the blue flag.
Chaise longues, umbrellas and water sports facilities are available. Visitors will find several tavernas, restaurants and cafes, as well as hotels, rooms to let and apartments nearby.
:: Agios Stefanos Beach, Northeastern Corfu
This pebbly beach has wooden piers and boat hire facilities for those who wish to explore the island.
Agios Stefanos Beach offers chaise longues, umbrellas and water sports facilities.
Hotel accommodations and dining venues are provided in the surrounding area.
:: Agios Stefanos Avlioton Beach, Northwestern Corfu
Agios Stefanos Avlioton is one of the most popular Corfu beaches due to its length and lovely golden sand.
It is a sheltered beach, which is an advantage since the area gets quite windy at times.
There is a large variety of hotels and rooms for rent in the area, while tavernas and cafes are also available.
:: Agni Beach, Northeastern Corfu
Agni is a pebbly beach that offers bathers quiet and seclusion.
The waters deepen quite abruptly, while the beach can be reached by a winding downhill road.
There are a few tavernas and rooms for rent in the area.
:: Arilas Beach, Northeastern Corfu
The wonderful Arillas Beach is one of the quieter Corfu beaches, comprised of pebble and shingle.
The beach has been awarded the blue flag and offers water sports facilities. The beach is often windy.
Hotel accommodations and tavernas can be found close by.
:: Barbati Beach, Northeastern Corfu
Babrbati is one of the most frequented Corfu beaches, as it is long, sandy and sheltered from the winds.
It is located beneath Mt. Pantokrator and is approached by a steep road. Barbati is a blue flag beach, with water sports and boat hire facilities. Visitors are provided with a large number of hotels, apartments, studios and rooms to let, as well as restaurants, tavernas and cafes.
:: Benitses Beach, Eastern Corfu
Many swimmers and sunbathers are attracted to the blue flag beach of Benitses, situated close to Corfu Town.
It is one of the most frequented Corfu beaches, strewn with shingle and sand. The beach and its surrounding area are very well organized and offer water sports and boat hire facilities, piers, tavernas, fast food restaurants, cafes and bars, and an abundance of hotel resorts, hotels, apartments, studios and rooms.
:: Dassia Beach, Eastern Corfu
Dassia is a popular, blue flag Corfu beach, with a long stretch of sand and shingle, clear shallow waters and close proximity to Corfu Town.
The beach includes water sports facilities and piers.
There are many tavernas, restaurants, cafés and bars in the area, as well as hotel resorts, hotels, rooms for rent, apartments and studios.
:: Ermones Beach, Western Corfu
Ermones is a quiet beach located in a bay area, which lies beneath lush hills.
It is a stunning blue flag beach, comprised of sand and shingle, with waters that deepen abruptly.
Ermones provides visitors with water sport facilities, piers, a few tavernas and cafes, and several hotels.
:: Gardenos Beach, Southwestern Corfu
Gardenos is a long, sandy beach, with deep waters, located next to a freshwater river.
It is a quiet Corfu beach, with few facilities and several tavernas, ideal for visitors who wish to escape from the tourist crowds.
:: Glyfada Beach, Western Corfu
The blue flag Glyfada Beach is one of the most popular Corfu beaches, packed with swimmers and sunbathers at all times of the day. Glyfada Beach is long, wide and sandy and caters mainly to young people as it offers several beach bars and cafes. It is well-organized with water sports facilities, long chairs and umbrellas.
Sometimes the area is windy, causing the sea to become wavy. Near the beach is a wide range of hotels, rooms for rent, apartments and studios.
:: Gouvia Beach, Eastern Corfu
Gouvia Beach is a small, sheltered beach, located close to Corfu Town.
It provides water sports and boat hire facilities, as well as a marina.
The area offers a good selection of hotels, rooms and apartments, and dining venues.
:: Ipsos Beach, Northeastern Corfu
Ipsos is a long, blue flag beach of sand and shingle, with clear waters located on the north-eastern side of Corfu.
It is one of the most frequented Corfu beaches, offering water sports facilities and a wide selection of eateries.
Hotels, rooms and apartments are also available in the area.
:: Kalami Beach, Northeastern Corfu
The sand and shingle beach of Kalami, located on the northeastern coast of Corfu, is the ideal venue for visitors who wish to relax on a quiet beach. Its waters are shallow, making it perfect for families with small children. You can find a few tavernas and hotels in the area.
:: Kaminaki Beach, Northeastern Corfu
Kaminaki is a quiet and secluded pebbly beach, with gradually descending waters on the north-eastern side of Corfu.
It offers a few facilities, such as water sports, a pier and several tavernas.
You can reach Kaminaki Beach by a steep road.
:: Kassiopi Beach, Northeastern Corfu
Kassiopi Beach is one of the cosmopolitan Corfu beaches. You will find hundreds of sunbathers on this pebble and shingle beach, lying on chaise longues taking in the sun.
It is situated beneath Mt. Pantokrator, offering lovely views. In Kassiopi, there are many hotels, apartments, rooms for rent and studios, as well as an abundance of tavernas, cafés and bars by the beach.
:: Kavos Beach, Southern Corfu
The beach of Kavos is immensely popular because it is very long and has soft sand. It is ideal for families, as the waters are shallow enough for children.
Chaise longues and umbrellas are available, while the area provides a wide range of hotels, apartments, studios and rooms, as well as tavernas, restaurants, cafes and bars.
:: Komeno Beach, Eastern Corfu
Kommeno beach is included among the blue flag Corfu beaches.
It is quiet and very clean, offering a wonderful spot to relax on soft sand.
In the area, visitors will find a selection of tavernas and snack bars. Hotel accommodations are also available.
:: Kondokali Beach, Eastern Corfu
At Kondokali Beach, visitors can spend an exciting day either in the deep blue sea waters or in swimming pools.
Like many other Corfu beaches, Kondokali has been awarded the blue flag. It has sand, shingle and shallow waters that are safe for children. Chaise longues and umbrellas are available. The beach is close to Corfu Town and has a well-developed tourist infrastructure, with an abundance of restaurants, bars, cafes, hotels and rooms for rent.
:: Messonghi Beach, Southeastern Corfu
Messonghi is a very popular seaside resort with many hotels, rooms, apartments and studios, a great selection of dining venues and one of the finest Corfu beaches.
Messonghi Beach is comprised of pebble, sand and shingle, has shallow waters and provides water sports facilities for endless hours of fun in the sun.
:: Mirtiotissa Beach, Western Corfu
Mirtiotissa is a dazzling sandy beach, located on the western coast of Corfu Island.
It is a nudist beach with cliffs in the background that offer privacy to sunbathers.
There are a couple of tavernas and rooms for rent in the area.
:: Molos Beach, Southern Corfu
Molos Beach is situated on the southern side of Corfu, near the salt plains.
The beach is sandy, with shallow waters.
Nearby are a number of restaurants and tavernas, while hotels and rooms to let are also available.
:: Moraitika Beach, Eastern Corfu
Moraitika Beach is one of the most beautiful Corfu beaches, covered sand and shingle.
It is located south of Corfu Town and offers water sports facilities and a wide variety of dining venues and hotel accommodation.
:: Nissaki Beach, Northeastern Corfu
At the foot of Mt. Pantokrator lies Nissaki Beach, a lovely stretch of shingle and pebble that has been awarded the blue flag for its cleanliness.
Many visitors choose Nissaki Beach over other popular sandy Corfu beaches.
On the beach there are boat hire facilities, while close by are a number of tavernas and hotels.
:: Paleokastritsa Beach, Northeastern Corfu
The cosmopolitan area of Paleokastritsa offers a series of small sandy and pebbly beaches, as well as charming rocky coves. It is well-known for its cool and deep waters that may surprise you at first. Paleokastritsa is an organized seaside resort, with many luxury hotels, rooms for rent, apartments and studios, as well as restaurants, cafés and beach bars with fantastic sea views.
:: Paramonas Beach, Western Corfu
On the western coast of Corfu is the beautiful sandy beach of Paramonas, surrounded by impressive rocks.
It is preferred by visitors who want a bit of peace and quite, and it provides a handful of tavernas, hotels and rooms for rent.
:: Pelekas Beach, Western Corfu
Pelekas is a sandy beach, located on the western side of Corfu.
It is relatively quiet and relaxing and offers a selection of tavernas and cafes by the sea.
Several hotels, apartments and rooms to let can be found near the beach.
:: Peroulades Beach, Northwestern Corfu
Peroulades Beach is among the loveliest Corfu beaches.
It is a relatively small stretch of sand, with shallow waters and some chaise longues and umbrellas, situated beneath high cliffs.
Peroulades also offers a fantastic view of the sunset and has been awarded the blue flag.
The beach can be reached by a steep path.
There are a few tavernas, bars, hotels and rooms for rent in the area .
:: Roda Beach, Northern Corfu
Roda is a much frequented long, sandy beach on the northern coast of Corfu Island.
The beach is organized with chaise longues and umbrellas and offers a wide selection of dining venues and hotel accommodations nearby.
:: Sidari Beach, Northwestern Corfu
Sidari is a popular seaside resort, located on the northwestern side of Corfu. Its sand and shingle beaches have been awarded the blue flag and are well-organized with water sports facilities, chaise longues and umbrellas.
The beaches are quite unique, with impressive sand cliffs as a backdrop. The waters are shallow and ideal for small children. Sidari is packed with tavernas, restaurants, bars and clubs. Visitors will have no problem finding the type of hotel accommodations they need, as Sidari offers an abundance of hotels, apartments, studios and rooms for rent.