Recommended Destinations around Corfu

Peroulades is a village in the north-western part of the island of Corfu, Greece. Its population stood at 725 in 2011 and its economy is based mainly on tourism and secondarily on olive tree cultivation. The village has a number of narrow coves, including Canal D’ Amour, Apotripiti and Logas. It administratively belongs to the Esperies municipal unit.

Liapades is a medium-sized village located on the northwest side of Corfu, 4 km away from Palaiokastritsa. It has a quiet, agriculture-based economy during the winter. In the summer, the local industry mostly relies on the tourist trade, although the place is by no means mainstream. Liapades is situated on the sides of Kourkouli mountain, and spread right up to the North Valley.

Kontokali is a village located 4.8 km north of Corfu Town on the gulf of Gouvia. It is named after Cristoforo Condocali, a Venetian statesman who was awarded the estate after his successful participation in the Battle of Lepanto.

Lefkimmi is a town and a former municipality on the island of Corfu, Ionian Islands, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Corfu, of which it is a municipal unit. Its land area is 50.819 km² and its population was 5,800 at the 2011 census. Lefkimmi is the southernmost municipal unit on the island. Tourism is its main industry along with agriculture and other businesses. It features beaches, restaurants, shops, taverns and hotels. A canal passes through the eastern part of town. The municipal seat was the town of Lefkímmi. Its next largest towns are Kávos, Palaiochóri, Vitaládes, and Kritiká. Lefkimmi also is the second largest settlement of the island.

Agios Stefanos was originally a fishing village for the nearby village of Avliotes located on the north west coast of Corfu island. In 2011, its population was 176. It is located 35 km from Corfu town, approximate transfer time by car is 1h 15 min. It has a safe harbor on the north west side of Corfu Island, where the four Diapontia Islands can be seen, while further away the Adriatic Sea is the natural frontier between Greece and Italy. Fishing is still a very important part of the local economy. Agios Stefanos attracts a number of tourists each summer. The village still has its old church where it gets its name and some pretty old traditional buildings; it offers a few hotels and apartments, there are also a variety of tavernas/restaurants and an assortment of bars. Agios Stefanos can be reached by the regular local bus service, via taxi or by private vehicle. Not to be confused with Agios Stefanos which is also a small fishing village at the exact opposite side on the north east coast of Corfu island.

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