Kalami is a small fishing village located on the North East coast of Corfu. With its white pebble beach and its crystal clear waters, Kalami is perfect for couples and families who will find this location an ideal place to spend their vacation away from the hustle and bustle of the busiest parts of the island in a authentic and relaxed atmosphere. In the village you can find three restaurants where you can taste excellent traditional cuisine and fresh fish. There are several bars open all day until late where you can enjoy the sunset sipping a glass of wine. There are also supermarkets, souvenirs shops and tourist agencies where you can book trips and excursions or rent cars and scooters to explore the island freely. If you want a quiet place surrounded by greenery and nature, Kalami is certainly a great choice. A curiosity: Kalami is known, especially among English-speaking tourists, for the house that was home of the writer Lawrence Durrell, proposed for the Nobel Prize. The White House, as the residence is nicknamed, is one of the most famous homes around the island and housed the writer and his wife Nancy from 1935 to 1939; in these rooms it originated the poem “The Prospero’s Cell”.