SOUTH-EAST COAST

Beaches are ordered from the Southern to the Northern ones of the island.
Kavos  

Type: sand
Size: extremely long, more than 3 km
Facilities: beach-umbrellas and deck-chairs for rent
Activities: there are some water sports centre and it is possible to rent pedalos and small boats
Food: there is a great choice of restaurants, fast food and international bars along the beach
Description: Kavos is the most crowded beach and village of all Corfu, and in high season you can feel as you are in England!
The beach is sandy, full of tourist facilities and perfect also if you have small children as the sea is not deep.

 

Bouka   Type: sand
Size: small-size
Food: the nearest places are located in the traditional villages of Melikia, Potami and Lefkimni
Description: the beach is not one of the most beautiful, but offers more privacy than Kavos and is near the biggest saline of Corfu island.
 

Molou   Type: sand
Size: very long but not so wide
Facilities: possibility to rent beach-umbrellas and
deck-chairs
Food: there are some restaurants along the beach or in the small village of Molos
Description: very long sandy beach with not deep sea. Behind the beach there’s a very huge vegetation.
 

Boukari   Type: sand and pebbles
Size: small bays that come one after the other
Food: the nearest village is Kouspades, but it’s not tourist, while just 3 km further there is Mesongi where you can find a larger choice of restaurants and snack bars
Description: this is not a really beach, but a part of the coast where you can find several unspoilt places.
In this area there are a lot of fishing boats and small wooden pears.
The bottom of the sea alternates sand and pebbles and in many areas rocks are coming out from the water.
 

Mesongi  

Type: both sand and pebbles
Size: average dimensions
Facilities: public showers and possibility to rent beach-umbrellas and deck-chairs
Activities: pedalos for hire and water sports
Food: there is a great choice near the beach
Description: the beach of this tourist village is particular only for the environment in which it is.
On the left side there’s a small river that runs into the sea, while on the right side there’s a hill covered by olive trees.

 



Moraitika  

Type: both sand and pebbles
Size: average dimensions
Facilities: showers, beach-umbrellas and deck-chairs are for rent
Activities: there is a diving centre and a water sport centre. There’s moreover the possibility to make
a boat tour to visit the coast till Lefkimmi.
Food: there are many snack bars and restaurants near the beach and in the village of Moraitika.
Description: it’s a popular beach because Moraitika is the biggest village in this part of Corfù coastline.
There are tourist facilities and it's a perfect place if you have children.

 

Aghios Ioanni Peristeron  

Type: sand and pebbles
Size: small tongue of sand
Facilities: beach-umbrellas and deck-chairs for rent
Activities: pedalos and ski-jet rentals
Food: the first village that offers something is Moraitika, less than one kilometer from this beach
Description: even if the water here is marvellous,
this beach is so small that has been built a platform with deck-chairs and beach-umbrellas.
In this area there are a lot of rocks inside and outside the water.

 

Tsaki   Type: mostly sandy
Size: very small and not wide
Facilities: without tourist facilities
Food: the nearest town where you can find restaurants is Benitses that is very close
Description: it’s really a piece of paradise even if the road is very near.
A wonderful sea with clean and calm waters and the Mediterranean vegetation that arrives into the sea.
 

Benitses  

Type: sand and pebbles
Size: average-size
Facilities: it is possible to rent beach-umbrellas and
deck-chairs
Activities: is possible to take boats, pedalos and
ski-jets for rent or just play water sports
Food: there are many choices, most of them are snack bars and fast food.
Description: near Benitses there’s more than one beach.
The biggest one is full of tourist facilities, while the other bays are more calm and relaxing.
Near the biggest beach there’s also a small pear for those who own a boat.

 

 
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