Agios Gordios:
an attractive village in an exceptional, protected bay surrounded by dramatic, verdant, pine-covered rocky mountainous scenery. Agios Gordios is on the west coast of Corfu, just 12 miles from Corfu town and the airport. Google Maps Link

Arillas is at the northern end of the west coast of Corfu, just over a mile from Agios Stefanos and 32 miles from Corfu town. It is centred on a small attractive resort reached by a road twisting down from a lush valley. Google Maps Link

Barbati & Nissaki these neighbouring resorts boast sheltered, white pebbled coves and gently shelving bays. Both have lovely mountain backed settings for relaxed beachside stays yet within reach of the historic sights. Make the most of the… Google Maps Link

Benitses is a former fishing village set amidst wooded hills on the east coast of Corfu , 8 miles from the capital, Corfu town, and facing the Greek mainland. Google Maps Link

an atmospheric, lively place, popular with younger couples, groups and water sport enthusiasts. Dassia is 9 miles from Corfu Town on the east coast of Corfu with views across the sea to the mountains of Greece and Albania Google Maps Link

Glyfada beach is justifiably one of the most famous in Greece. An immense beach of soft sand and for the most part sloping safely and gradually to an intensely blue Ionian Sea. Google Maps Link

Ipsos is a short 9-mile hop north-west from Corfu Town and Corfu airport and is just north of Dassia on the north-east coast. Google Maps Link

a charming town on the north-east corner of the island of Corfu 22 miles north of Corfu Town and Corfu airport. Kassiopi has the magnificent backdrop of Mount Pantokrator and hills covered with olive groves, vines and citrus plantations. Google Maps Link

Kavos is popular with British under-thirties and is an established resort for those wishing to party late into the night. Kavos offers a famously huge array of bars and modern clubs of every kind. Tavernas with British menus are plentiful. Google Maps Link

Messonghi is a relatively unspoilt, small and uncomplicated resort running parallel to the sea for about a mile, and separated from its close neighbour Moraitika by the Messonghi River. Google Maps Link

Paleokastritsa has long been considered one of the most beautiful villages in Corfu and is a renowned Greek beauty spot. Paleokastritsa is chiefly memorable for the exceptional scenery along with the superb beaches Google Maps Link

A developed resort that has combined a couple of small former fishing villages. Sidari is still growing and is very popular with British visitors, so holidays in Sidari are certainly for those looking for a popular lively place with plenty of bars and tavernas and nightlife. Google Maps Link