Agios Georgios beach is located about 30 kilometers south of Corfu town center and is remarkably beautiful, while Agios Gordios on the west coast of the island is very popular and offers spectacular scenery that with its spectacular rock formations. Agios Stefanos is located about 45 km northwest of the city of Corfu with its stretch of sand and reputation as a safe beach, sheltered from strong and unpleasant winds. Paleokastritsa is also located to the north-west of the city of Corfu, near the picturesque village of the same name.
But some of the most evocative beaches are Myrtiotissa and Kalami. Even the writer Lawrence Durrell was taken by these beaches and Myrtiotissa called “the most charming beach in the world”. Kalami was the beach that served as inspiration for the novel geographic writer, Cell Prospero. Located on the west coast of the island of the beach, it takes its name from the imposing monastery near it, near the village of Pelekas. Kalami beach is about 30 kilometers from Corfu, near the village of Viachatika and has a pebble shoreline.
Beaches in Ithaca
The island’s beaches with the mythical name are also evocative as the myths were born in the Ionian Sea region. They are located in lush and fertile countryside and are known for their crystal clear waters and clean golden sand.