The north eastern coast of Corfu, its white pebbled beaches and its crystalline waters, represent the ideal place if you love nature and tranquility. You can chill by the sea or discover the area horse riding or walking through a number of trails set in a wonderful lush vegetation.
Kouloura: A picturesque fishing village with a small harbour, just a couple of miles from Kalami. It takes its name from its doughnut-shaped harbour (kouloura in greek). It is set against a backdrop of cypress and pine trees and there is only one taverna and an old chapel.
Kerasia: A long pebbled beach with crystalline water and one taverna, in the middle of a beautiful and underdeveloped area. Suitable for swimming and snorkeling.
Agios Stefanos: A traditional fishing village set on a peaceful bay. The resort has a few tavernas, a couple of bars, super markets and gift shops.
Kassiopi: A very popular town, with many bars, restaurants, gift shops and supermarkets. Here you can also find a post office, doctors and pharmacies. It’s a place of archaeological interest as well: overseeing the village is the ancient byzantine Kassiopi castle. The beaches are very small and pebbled, and the water incredibly clear, they may be a bit crowded in July and August.
Yaliskari: An isolated bay with a pebbles beach. You can walk from Kalami to Yaliskari through olive groves and vegetable gardens, approx. 10 minutes.
Agni: A small beach with popular and busy tavernas. You can reach Agni by feet from Kalami, just keep walking after Yaliskari.
Kaminaki: A tiny and beautiful bay with a white pebbles beach and tavernas. Nice for snorkeling.
Nissaki: A village with tavernas and local shops. From here you can reach a number of tiny white pebbled coves.