This idyllic beach offers a great swimming experience and tranquil pleasant moments, ideal for nature lovers and visitors who enjoy the Greek climate and a laid-back daily routine.
Agni can be reached by boat or by car. Already known for its beauty from the books of Lawrence Durrell and Gerald Durrell, Agni Bay attracted the rich and famous, from the British politicians George Osborne and Peter Mandelson to Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich.
The petite bay consists of shiny pebbles and few patches of sand. Right on the beach there are three family tavernas (all with terraces accessible from the beach and wooden jetties) serving excellent Corfiot dishes and amazing seafood that can’t be missed.
The scenic beauty of Agni Bay offers visitors tranquil moments for a peaceful vacation. Experience the easy-going charm of snorkelling around the rocks and the pleasures of slow-boat transfer!
Do not be surprised if a millionaire’s yacht slides into view!
One of the prettiest little coves along this idyllic stretch of coast. Yaliscari ’s sandy beach with crystal waters lies at the bottom of a steep incline and is shaded by the cliffs from middays onwards. Safe bathing, rocks to explore and a seafront taverna for a beer, soft drinks, lunch, or dinner.
Less than fifteen minutes’ drive away, located between Kouloura and San Stefano, there is Kerasia’s 200m-long beach, one of the best pebbly beaches in North-East Corfu. The area is renowned for the palatial estate that was built by Jacob Rothchild in order to host the crème de la crème of international society, including members of the British Royal family.
The scenery impresses with beautifully green, mountainous backdrop with olive groves, eucalyptus and cypress trees. At Kerasia sun beds and umbrellas can be rented and there is one seaside taverna.
Kassiopi is the busiest spot on the north-east coast, with plenty of shops, cafés, bars and several nice pebbly beaches away from the center of Kassiopi resort. Kanoni Beach for instance, is a pretty beach with smooth rocks from where you can jump into the ctystal-clear waters. This beach also has a small sandy part on its left.
At San Stefano’s beach, there are sun beds and parasols available. The beach is pebbly and it is recommended to use swim footwear, however the water is crystal-clear and the beach far less crowded in than larger resorts, especially during July and August. This small seaside fishing village offers several waterfront tavernas, bars and some small supermarkets and boat-hire places.
Situated between the villages of San Stefano and Kassiopi, Avlaki is a very tranquil beach, pebbly with crystal clear water. At the beach there are sunbeds and a couple of beach-side taverns, also water sport facilities as windsurfing and dinghy sailing are available. At Avlaki, there is usually a welcoming refreshing sea breeze in the afternoon.