Corfu Settlements

Corfu Settlements

Corfu Town

An aristocratic town with Venetian elements and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, here, you might get confused as to whether you are in Italy or Greece.

Kassiopi Corfu

Kassiopi is surrounded by beautiful pebble beaches and once here, you want a day cruise to inaccessible beaches. Ideal for family vacations.

Acharavi Corfu

Acharavi is a nice resort town with villas, suites, and rooms to let. Nice beaches, delicious food in taverns, and some nightlife. Nothing special.


The Old Castle, as it literally translates, has an old monastery and plenty of beaches. Cruises and sailing aren't a bad idea either. Great for families.

Agios Gordios

Agios Gordios enjoys scenic views to cliffs and a rock in the sea. Clean waters, nice sand, and several tavernas around. And sunsets tend to be awesome.


A picturesque village with a viewpoint from where German Emperor Wilhelm II enjoyed sunsets. Great as a base to explore central Corfu, and close to the town.

Agios Stefanos Avliotes

Home to long beach, Agios Stefanos is a great place to stay a few nights and explore northern and eastern Corfu, especially if you like a calm ambience.

Moraitika houses in an area covered by cypresses and other trees.
photo: Tero Vilkesalo


A tiny village turned tourist resort, Moraitika is sparsely populated, except its old district, which has a traditional island feel. Base for southern Corfu.


Benitses has a home beach and several other beaches in its proximity. Its marina welcomes sailors. Conveniently located close to Corfu and Achilleion.


Gouvia is a beautiful resort village with ample choice of accommodation and a good beach. It's a convenient place for families, not far from Corfu town.


Sidari is a beautiful village close to many beautiful beaches, not far from the scenic Cape Drastis. There's plenty of budget accommodation around here.