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Agia Barbara-Marta beach (Kavo)

This beach is a perennial favourite.

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Location: Ionian Islands › Corfu (Kerkyra)

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Lush dark sand and blue-green waters invite you to enjoy a quiet swim.

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Agios Georgios Argiradon (near Argiradon village)

Visit this sandy beach as it’s popular with families.

Agios Gordios Sinaradon beach (Sinarades)

If you like sandy beaches with a lot of action and water sports, this beach is for you.

Elli beach (near Liapades village)

This beautiful beach is surrounded by olive groves and pine trees and leads to secluded coves.

Agios Spyridon beach (near Antinioti Lagoon)

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Bouka (near Skala Potamou)

Locals love this sandy beach with shallow waters.

Glyfada beach (Glyfada)

Corfu’s most popular beach, it offers all the services associated with its Blue-Flag status.

Arillas beach (in Arillas)

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Agni beach (Agni)

This quiet cove offers crystal-clear waters and the opportunity for a relaxing swim.

Molos (near Lefkimmi)

Go for a swim surrounded by eucalyptus trees.

Gardenos beach (near Vitalades)

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