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Nisaki Coast Nisaki beach is located on the northeast side of the island, only 22 kilometres away from the city centre. The beach is extended in a small bay, which protects it from the winds. With these means, an idyllically relaxing landscape is to be created. The extremely rich seabed appeals every year those who love diving. Its crystal waters in combination with the white pebbles represent the island’s beauty to its whole. Going-out options Anyone, who is resting by the seashore, can enjoy the Corfiot sun, which is reflecting upon the deep blue waters. Beyond its splendid beauty, Nisaki beach possesses traditional restaurants, known as taverns. Guests can enjoy luscious tastes and local cuisine, while they rejoice in viewing sky’s paintings during twilight.
Barbati Coast and Village Barbati is located on the northeast coast of the island, just 20 kilometers from Corfu Town. The village is built at the foothills of the Mount Pantocrator. The village is quite busy, since it disposes many shops, bars and taverns on its whole area. Barbati beach is quite wide and covered with white, round pebbles. Thus, it constitutes an ideal choice for those who despise the sand. Activities on crystal-like waters Its crystal-like waters are pleasantly cool, while on the southern side there are trees offering a perfect shade. Various activities are also available such as water sports. It is to be noted, that one of the most popular activities among tourists is snorkelling.
Port The new port of Corfu is located on the west side of the old port, in the City of Corfu. The new port serves ferries and cruise ships, while the old ones is destined for sailboats and yachts. It can be accessed easily both during the day and the night with ferry connections to the ports of Igoumenitsa and Italy. Corfu port offers an array of services, in order to serve the ships. There are also many boats starting from the new port and reaching other docks of the island. There are four bus lines, which connect the city center and the airport, whereas the buses are frequently scheduled. The second port of Corfu is situated in Lefkimmi, on the southern side of the island.
Airport Corfu airport (CFU) is named after the first Governor of Greece, Corfiot Ioannis Kapodistrias. It is situated around 3 kilometres south of Corfu Town and half a kilometer north of Pontikonisi Island. There are planned flights by Olympic Air and Aegean Airlines throughout the entire year, yet there are additionally many charter flights, coming from abroad particularly in summer. The air terminal can be accessed effectively by renting a car, too. Outside the airport, there are taxicabs and bus stops, which connect the airplane terminal to every spot throughout the island. There are also transports beginning from Corfu Town and arriving at the airport.
Ipsos Coast and Village Literally next to Dassia bay and just 5 minutes by walking, there is a beautiful coast, known as “Ipsos”. Ipsos is also the homonym village, which is situated only 14 kilometres away from the capital, in the northeaster part of the island. Behind the village, Mount Pantokrator stands, the highest mountain in Corfu. Right over the ocean, the rough Albanian mountains are obvious. Ipsos is known for its exuberant nightlife because of its numerous dance club and bars. Ideal for every age Ipsos shoreline is in a huge bay with the entire village extending along it. Ipsos is an organised, pebbly shoreline with completely clear, crystallised waters and numerous alternatives for water sports. The sea is thought to be the perfect choice for families with children, since it deepens gradually. It is totally worth-visiting also by the young people, who seek for a great vacation time full of entertainment and adventure.
Gouvia Marina A jewel of the Ionian Seas Gouvia Marina is the first private marina in Greece. It is situated only 6 kilometres away from Corfu town and 7 kilometres away from the International Airport CFU. To be concrete, Gouvia Marina is located on the gulf of Gouvia, next to the homonym village. Every year, the Marina attracts both seamen and locals, as it constitutes a landmark by itself and the “jewel” of the Ionian Sea. There is no doubt, that Gouvia Marina is considered one of the finest ones in the Mediterranean see and the most beautiful one in Greece. Amenities and comforts During your stay, do not forget to visit the amenities provided, such as cafeterias and restaurants. For those who are interested in discovering new sports or practising upon the learned ones, there is a cricket and croquet field as well as training courses for sailing. Gouvia Marina is suitable for families with children. Expanded areas, playgrounds and beautiful gardens pledge to offer you children joyful and creative moments.