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Avlaki Beach

Avlaki is not particularly known among tourists, although it is a lovely pebbly beach with crystal clear water and it is awarded with the "Blue Flag" honor , for its cleanness.


Avlaki is a quiet beach, an ideal tourist destination for families. It is a very quiet beach, even in during the months of July and August. Situated between the village of Agios Stephanos to the south and the bigger livelier resort of Kassiopi to the North, Avlaki is relatively unknown to most of Corfu’s visitors.


The beach has sunbeds and few taverns with delicious local food. In the afternoon, a northern sea breeze enters the beach, swipping the heat away from it. The beach promises a lot of scope for water sports, such as sailing and canoeing. Boats are also available for hire. Small cruise boats will take you to the nearby bays. Avlaki is flat and there are no steps or rocks.


Avlaki is a tranquil destination ideal for those looking for a quiet, unspoilt location with good beach and swimming.

The North East coast of Corfu is one of the most stunning regions of Corfu with its lush, emerald green scenery acting as a backdrop to the beautiful blues of the Ionian Sea, and far reaching coastal views over to the shores of Albania. This is the area of choice for royalty, celebrities and distinguished personalities with an eye for beauty. 

Just a few minutes away from Avlaki a wide variety of beaches, villages, towns, theamed parks with waterslides and sports facilitites are available.

Kassiopi town, which is next to Avlaki, is filled with all kinds of beautiful shops, restaurants and bars 

Other nearby places include

San Stefanos, a quaint fishing village and harbour lined with tavernas, cafes and little gift shops,


Kerasia, a very pristine beautiful beach with one taverna,


Kalami, home to the famous landmark Durrell Family White House. There is an excellent water ski school here and a wide choice of tavernas on the beach.

Kamalaki beach, a children’s paradise , a long sandy beach, with very shallow waters and many cafés.



Old Perithia, the oldest village of Corfu, a beautiful drive up the mountain leads to walks with nature views and charming tavernas

Agni, renowned for its cuisine, this is a simple bay with three tavernas making it a very popular destination by boat for lunch or dinner.

Acharavi, the closest town and ideal for shopping, services and dining options as well as offering a long beach.

Barbati, a little further afield for those seeking a wide range of watersports and activities with trendy beach cafes and restaurants.

Corfu Town, a Unesco heritage site, the old town with its Venetian influence is something not to be missed. Steeped in history, there are many attractions to visit as well as wonderful shops, cafes and restaurants. Explore by foot to experience the nostalgic little streets.

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