Kassiopi HarbourKassiopi stands at the foot of Mount Pantokrator on the north-eastern corner of Corfu and is approached from either side by scenic coast roads. It’s an established and popular tourist resort which started life as a fishing village but now offers every type of holiday facility.
Many recently constructed expensive villas can be found outside the town itself. The harbour is very picturesque and the ruins on the headland date from Roman times. There are shingle and pebble bays on either side of the harbour which provide safe swimming. Eating out ranges from tavernas to sophisticated restaurants.
Avlaki BeachAvlaki is still largely unknown except to locals. The long, white shingle and pebble beach surrounds a curving bay with clear blue water. There are a couple of tavernas serving traditional Greek cuisine.
Agios StefanosAgios Stefanos is renowned as one of the most attractive on the north-east coast. There is a small shingle beach with sunbeds and umbrellas for hire. (Please be advised that children need close supervision as the water deepens very quickly).
There are wonderful views across to the mainland and Albania. Retaining a traditional feel, this picturesque fishing village offers a good selection of upmarket waterside tavernas.