One of Corfu’s traditional villages, Pelekas, is located about 13 km away from the town
Widely considered one of the most charming places on Corfu, there is enough to do in Pelekas to keep you and your family or friends busy for hours. The village of Pelekas boasts traditional churches and narrow streets with tourist shops and tavernas that both tourists and locals love to visit. The landmark of this village is Kaiser’s Observatory, where Kaiser used to enjoy panoramic views to the island of Corfu. Why not capture your holiday memories with a family photo in this spot?
After some relaxing hours on the village you can head to the famous beaches of Glyfada and Kontoyialos, featuring endless sand and numerous tourist facilities.
Like so much of Corfu, Agios Gordios is perfect to discover on foot, particularly by following
footpaths with spectacular views of the sea and the coastline.
This remarkably beautiful area boasts more fantastic tourist places and shops that you could
hope to visit in a day.
Covering 2 kilometres, the sandy beach of Arillas is a must-visit destination for travelers to
The area of Gouvia bursts with water sport facilities, traditional tavernas and vibrant bars.