Best Guide To Find Information About Beaches in Ionian Islands

 Best Guide To Find Information About Beaches in Ionian Islands

 

Corfu beaches

Agios Georgios beach is situated about 30 kilometres south of the town centre of Corfu and is remarkably beautiful, while Agios Gordios on the western coast of the island is hugely popular and boasts spectacular sc 6.8 spc ammo for saleenery what with its dramatic rock formations. Agios Stefanos is located around 45 kilometres to the north west of the town of Corfu with its sandy stretch and reputation for being a safe beach, protected from strong and unpleasant winds. Paleokastritsa is also situated to the north west of the Corfu town near the picturesque village of the same name.

But some of the most evocative beaches are Myrtiotissa and Kalami. Even the writer Lawrence Durrell was taken away by these beaches and called Myrtiotissa the “loveliest beach in the world.” It was Kalami beach that served as the geographical inspiration for the writer’s novel, Prospero’s Cell. Located on the west coast of the island the beach takes its name from the imposing monastery situated close to it near the village of Pelekas. Kalami beach is located about 30 kilometres from Corfu near the village of Viachatika and has a pebbly coastline.

Ithaca beaches

The beaches of the island with the mythical name are just as evocative as the myths that were born in the region of the Ionian. They are set in luscious and fertile landscapes and are known for their crystal blue waters and clean, golden sand.

Near the village of Agios Ioannis about nine kilometres from the town of Vathy, is a beach of the same name with pure emerald waters. Only two kilometres from Vathy is the beach of Dexa with its golden sand and white pebbles set in the foreground of a vibrant green mountainous view. Frikes beach is situated 13 kilometres to the west of Vathy and is busy and popular and a great beach for swimming. Near the village of Frikes is the beach of Polis, another clean beach with a pebbled coastline.

Kefalonia beaches

Kefalonia’s beaches are equally beautiful and many of them proudly boast the European Blue Flag. The most famous and most popular of the lot is the golden coast of Myrtos, situated to the north of the town of Argostoli, near the village of Assos, with its dramatic rock cliffs. It is an organised beach with sunbeds and umbrellas for hire and a busy and social beach bar.

Antisamos beach is located about 22 kilometres from Argostoli, near the village of Sami, and has a pebbled beach front set in the foreground of luscious green hills. Emblisi Beach near the fishing village of Fiskardo is another popular resort and to the east of the village is Foki Beach, a small beach with many trees for natural shade. Two of the larger and wider beaches are Makris Gialos and Platis Gialos and it seems that these two stretches of sand were formed by nature for the pure delight of sunbathers.

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