‘Gradually the magic of the island settled over us …. each day had a tranquillity, a timelessness about it so that you wished it would never end’. This glorious quote from Gerald Durrell, Corfu’s most famous adopted son, really does sum up the ongoing attraction of this beautiful, exciting island and the charm of the people who live there.
in Agni, Corfu
Gorgeous Agni bay, tucked between Nissaki to the south and Kalami to the north, is home to some of the most loved beach-side tavernas in North East Corfu.
in Avlaki, Corfu
Wonderful Avlaki bay, set between San Stefano to the south and Kassiopi to the north, has a glorious laid-back vibe.
in Corfu Town, Corfu
Incredible Corfu Town, or Kerkyra, lies on the east coast of the island with magical far reaching views from all over the city.
in Kassiopi, Corfu
Kassiopi, well known and probably recognised by many as the capital of North East Corfu, is a welcoming water-side village with protected harbour, a good number of bars, tavernas, supermarkets and boutique shops.
in Kalamaki, Corfu
Kalamaki bay is best known for being the only sandy beach in North East Corfu and as such is very popular with families, particularly those with younger children.
in Kerasia, Corfu
Kerasia is undoubtedly one of the coast’s prettiest bays sitting happily between a pair of rocky headlands.
in Nissaki, Corfu
Pretty village Nissaki lies above busy Barbati with Agni bay to the north. Named after the small island in its bay, Nissaki means ‘little island’, the islet became permanently attached to the mainland by a jetty giving guests easy access to the tavernas built upon it.
in Porta, Corfu
Set up in the hills above the North East coast, the area around Porta is lush and green and feels a world away from the coastal villages below.
in Rou, Corfu
As you wind up towards the jewel that is the Rou Estate, your spirits lift in tandem with your journey.
in San Stefano, Corfu
Chic San Stefano lies temptingly between Avlaki to the north and Kerasia to the south.
On the road towards Mount Pantokrator, the highest mountain on Corfu, and its eponymous occupied monastery, Old Sinies is a beautifully picturesque village and one of the oldest settlements in northern Corfu.