In 2023 Corfu received 17 Blue Flags
Awarded by the Hellenic Society for the Protection of Nature (EEPF), which is the national operator of the International Blue Flag Programme.
Central Corfu and Diapontia Islands
Agia Ekaterini /
Alykes public beach
Alykes Potamos / Louis Kerkyra Golf
Glyfada / Domes of Corfu
Dassia / Ikos
Daphnila / Eva Palace
Daphnila / Grecotel Daphnila Bay Dassia
Kommeno / Corfu Imperial
Kontokali / Kontokali Bay Resort
Corfu has beaches that are equipped with amphibious wheelchairs.
The plastic bottle tops were collected to raise money for the construction of over 20 beaches, which are now equipped with carts and other necessary equipment for easy access on the island.
Ag. Ioannis Peristeron
Agios Giorgios Argyradon
Agios Giorgios Pagon
SEATRAC is a free service
This innovative technological assistant provides unassisted sea access to people with disabilities and mobility issues. It promotes autonomy, quality, and wellness in everyday life, allowing caretakers and families of people with disabilities to enjoy beachgoing without physical hassle.
These are removed and refitted for the summer season and we advise you click on the beaches above to see if they have been reinstalled for this season.
Find out where the best beaches are.
All the beaches are marked with yellow icons. Orange icons indicate beaches that offer access with amphibious wheelchairs, while purple icons indicate beaches that have seatrac units fitted.
Located on the northwest coast of Corfu, Paleokastritsa is a mesmerizing beach that is sure to leave you spellbound. As you approach the coast, you'll be welcomed by crystal-clear waters that glisten in the sunlight. The beach is a mix of pebbles and sand, providing the perfect spots for lounging and soaking up the sun.
This spot is one of the most famous and frequently visited areas by tourists, so don't be surprised if it's busy. Nevertheless, it's a place not to be missed if you're in the area. The beach is small and sandy with crystal clear water, and there's even a tunnel where you can swim under the rocks.
The long horseshoe-shaped bay in northwest Corfu, also known as Agios Georgios Pagon, is about a 45-minute drive from Corfu Town. The beach is sandy and pebbly with calm and clear waters—great for swimming. There are plenty of sunbeds for rent and water sports amenities, including a boat taxi to the popular Porto Timoni Beach nearby.
Barbati Beach is considered to be one of the cleanest beaches in all of Corfu. Even though it is a pebble beach, it offers warm and clear water with magnificent views of the surrounding mountains. Do not let the lack of sand discourage you from visiting Barbati Beach to relax. The shallow and clean sea makes it a safe spot for both adults and children to enjoy a swim in the ocean.
Porto Timoni is a popular day trip destination located near Afionas. It is a double beach that is loved for its seclusion, lush green hills, and clear waters that are perfect for snorkelling. In 2018, it became the most Instagrammable beach on the island, making it very busy during the summer season. There are two ways to get to the beach: you can take a boat or pedalo from Agios Georgios Pagon, or embark on a 20-minute downhill hike from Afionas.
The beach is surrounded by mountains and has a beautiful combination of sand and rocks. It's perfect for tourists and children with crystal clear water. Rent sunbeds and umbrellas from beach bars and eateries. Explore the local area to find charming tea shops, cocktail gardens, and nice restaurants. Parking can be challenging, so it's recommended to leave your car on the main road and walk down to the beach.
La Grotta is an incredible place that boasts breathtaking views and hosts DJ parties during the summer. It's not your typical beach; rather, it's a small rocky bay located on the way to Paleokastritsa's main beach. The bay has stunning emerald waters that are perfect for swimming, snorkelling, and diving. One section of the bay is also great for cliff jumping.
Marathias Beach is one of the best beaches in Corfu. To summarise, one part can be less crowded during peak season, but it's still a popular destination with plenty of great places to eat and drink. The beach is free of rocks, even when entering the sea, and you can rent sun loungers and umbrellas at a reasonable price.
Messonghi Beach is a beautiful sand and fine gravel-filled seashore located near the homonym village in Corfu. It is famous for its warm, crystal-clear waters that are perfect for families with kids. The shallow seabed filled with fine sand adds to the charm of this beach.
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B - See an image and information about your choice - Use the arrow in the top right of the screen to get directions
C - Use our offline map and click "follow me" an icon will pinpoint and follow your movement
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