... Glyfada beach, Corfu - The cosmopolitan choice

glyfada beach - corfu

Corfu's most famous beach. Apart rom its blue flag, it has also earned the title of the fourth most popular beach in Greece (according to a survey carried out by the Ministry for the Environment). You'll come here for the blue water, the fine golden sand, but also to see and to be seen - there is no trendier beach in Corfu. And it's always packed, mostly with Greeks. Grab one of the front recliners, play some beach volley or beach tennis, slip into your new swimsuit and head for the water. Stick to the left end of the beach - there's a pub­lic parking lot and a snack bar. The other end is where all the tavernas are, each one with its own parking area.
Glyfada is an organised beach with facilities for disabled people and you can hire pedalos or canoes. There are a few hotels and rooms to let scattered along the length of the shore. When you've had enough swimming, join the crowd on the wooden deck of Aloha (one of the island's most famous beach bars) for a bite to eat, a cocktail, or possi­bly a water fight. To get to Glyfada, follow the signs from Pelekas or Agios loannis. (18 km from Corfu town).

... Featuted Hotels & Apartments in Corfu

Anna Karidi Apartments