Corfu is the northest Island of Ionian Sea at the entrance of the Adriatica sea next to the coast. Corfu’s coastline has 217 km. Corfu is one of the northernmost islands of the Ionian Sea. Located at the entrance of the Adriatic Sea, near the coast of Epirus. The coastline has a total length of 217 km and form several bays and capes. Corfu has many wonderful beaches, each consisting of a magical combination of lush landscape, turquoise waters and white sand. This makes the beaches of Corfu some of the best in Greece. Most of them have been awarded the blue flag and are well organized with all kinds of facilities such as water sports, diving, windsurfing and water skiing.
Beaches: Ai Gordi, Glyfada, Korission Lake, Agios Georgios ton pagon, Marathias, Gardeno, Kassiopoi, Sidari, Roda, Aharavi, Almyro, Dasia, Palaiokastritsa etc.
Night Life: Corfu, as one of the most cosmopolitan islands in Greece, has famous nightlife. In Corfu you will find many famous Restaurants, discos, bars and pubs to satisfy the most demanding.