Canal d’amour

Canal’ d amour, or canal of love, is one of the most special beaches of Corfu, which has been formed entirely in a natural way. Access to the beach is extremely easy as it is reached by car. On a visit there, you will come across many small channels with turquoise, emerald waters, coves and small caves, most of which are even accessible! At the same time, it also has a small but highly impressive beach with dark sand and calm, transparent waters.


Perhaps the most popular beach of the island, Glyfada is known for the many beach bars located there, as well as for the water sports it offers. Crystal clear waters and fine sand, combined with the green trees found on the hills around the beach, rightfully place it very high on the list of the best beaches on the island. In addition, it is fully organised and while it is usually very crowded, it has a fairly secluded side at its southern end, which is preferred by those looking for a quieter option.


In the area of ​​Paleokastritsa, there are six different beaches very close to each other. Despite the short distance that separates them, some have sand and others pebbles, composing a very different landscape in each case. However, all of them are surrounded by green hills with incredibly dense vegetation, which contrasts perfectly with the turquoise waters of the coast. In addition, if you want to see something different, you can rent one of the pedalos or boats that are there and visit the secluded beaches of the area, which are well hidden behind the rocks.

Saint George (Agios Georgios)

A large beach with crystal clear, cool to cold waters and crystal clear sand. The beach of Agios Georgios Pagon also combines the blue of the sea with the green that dominates the verdant hills of Corfu. It has been awarded a Blue Flag, like most of the beaches on the island, and has several cafes and taverns where you can sit. In fact, this particular beach has a peculiarity that sets it apart from the rest… the waters on the right side of the coast are quite deep, while on the contrary the left side has very shallow waters, which is why families with children prefer it!


35 kilometers south of the city of Corfu, is the beach of Issos, one of the most beautiful beaches of the island. It is particularly known for its naturally formed sand dunes, the cedar forest and the Korissia Lagoon, which is definitely worth seeing! It has crystal clear, shallow waters and a large stretch of sand, while it has been registered as a Natura area, due to its vegetation. An ideal time to be at the beach is sunset, since the view over the dunes is unique! We went diving in Corfu!


Acharavi beach is one of the largest beaches in Corfu, with an area of ​​about three kilometers. The beach is a mixture of shingle and sand and its shallow water that does not exceed waist height for about 50 meters from land makes it ideal for small children and people who struggle to swim.

For the more adventurous types, there are also the possibility of water sports and diving. Also, there are showers and sunbeds for rent, and if you need a toilet you can go to the nearby taverns if you get some refreshments. Acharavi beach has 2 lifeguards and a system of colored flags which help you know when it is safe to swim in the sea. Usually Acharavi is considered one of the safest beaches in Corfu due to its shallow waters, but sometimes strong currents appear, so we advise you to consult the colour of the flag to be safe.

What makes Acharavi Beach so special is that while it is usually calm and quiet, offering the seclusion that some visitors seek, it is within walking distance of the town center where you can find everything you need, from banks and doctors to the post office and pharmacy. . Finally, the view offered by the beach is magnificent. Starting from the west you can admire Roda, the island of Erikousa, the impressive mountains of Albania and the region of Almyros.

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