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TYPE: Organised beach
Location: Corfu, Kavos
TYPE: Non-organised beach
Location: Corfu, Avlaki
TYPE: Pebble beach
Location: Corfu, Kerassia
TYPE: Pebble beach
Location: Corfu, Acharavi
TYPE: Organised beach
Location: Corfu, Ypsos
TYPE: Secluded & tranquil
Location: Corfu, Channel of Love
TYPE: Family friendly
Location: Corfu, Sidari
TYPE: Sports & activities beach
Location: Corfu, Issos

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Corfu Beach Guide

Corfu Beach Guide

The Ionian Islands of Greece are known for their exotic beaches. Corfu, in particular, has a stunning coastline. Among the best beaches in Corfu are Agios Georgios, Dassia, Agios Stefanos, Kavos and Glyfada beach. There are also a few 5 star hotels and villas for rent that have their own private beaches, mainly on the east side of Corfu Island.
Cycladia’s Corfu Beach Guide includes information about numerous public, organized, secluded and private beaches, divided according to location and type. The beaches of Corfu are scattered around Corfu Island and can be easily accessed. All the recommended Corfu beaches are top ranked, not only in the Ionian Islands, but also in Greece.

The Best Beaches in Corfu, Greece

Some of the best beaches of the Ionian Islands, awarded with European Union’s Blue Flag, can be found in Corfu.
The best beaches in Corfu are mostly located on the west side of the island. Agios Stefanos is a long sandy beach located in a scenic fishing village. The cosmopolitan Glyfada beach is situated 15 km from Corfu Town, with turquoise waters, golden sand and beach bars. Agios Georgios is a sandy beach with clubs, bars and many hotels. Kavos beach located southeast of Corfu Town is extremely popular amongst the younger crowds who visit the open bars until the small hours. Dassia is a lovely coast, northwest of Corfu Town, fully organized.
View Cycladia’s guide for an extensive insight into the many beaches of Corfu.