Almiros Beach
Great things to do near Almiros Beach
For nature lovers
Almiros Beach is situated in the area which is a nature lovers paradise! Take a look at the butterflies and wild flowers or take a stroll to the freshwater lake with wildlife and smaller, quieter beaches.


Visit Kassiopi Fortress
Visit the ruins of the 13th century fortress which was destroyed during the Venetian invasion. Also visit the 15th century church of Panayia Kassiopitra.


Visit Avlaki beach
A wide sweeping bay with its own windsurfing and sailing school and stunning views.


Visit the town of Kassiopi
A busier village 10 minutes from Almiros Beach where you will find shops and restaurants to indulge in a bit of holiday retail therapy!


Explore Corfu Town
See the palaces and Venetian fortresses and explore the old town that is home to the Greek Royal family during their annual vacation. Our very own Prince Philip was born right here, in Mon Repos palace.


Blue flag beaches
See how many blue flag beaches you can swim on during your stay, an ideal way of seeing the Island, experiencing the diversity of the Island, and having a lot of fun at the same time.


Sip wine in Agias Mattheos
Home of some of the best locally produced wines in Corfu just drive into the old village, park (abandon like the locals do) your car and knock on one of the doors that are signposted local wines - Yammas!


Visit Lake Korission at the southern tip of the island
Go for a walk around the lake, watch the winsurfers just off the huge expanse of golden sandy beach, and explore the nearby Gardiki castle – a busy day out for all the family. And right on your doorstep too!


Take the kids to Aqualand Water Park
The largest in all of Greece, and just 10 minutes from Corfu town. Make the children the excuse and have a great time yourself on the slides and flumes.


Visit Pontokinissi (Mouse Island)
What a lovely way to spend a half day, take a trip out to the Kanoni peninsula and enjoy a coffee on the waterfront café there, next to the Vlahernon monastery, which is also an Island, but has been connected to the Kanoni Peninsular by a small causeway. It's from this small causeway that you take the regular boat crossing over to Pontikinissi about a 5 minute boat trip away. Don’t forget your swimming gear, as you can easily have a lovely swim here.


Explore Splianada Square
Situated in Corfu Town, this is the main square on the island which is the central meeting place for locals and visitors. During the summer months, symphonic orchestras perform at the pergola in the square. So why not order a coffee and soak in the atmosphere.


Saddle Up...
... and enjoy some horse riding with the nearest riding school at Avlaki. Enjoy the views of the olive groves and beaches along the way.


Take part in watersports...
.... at Avlaki beach which has a windsurfing and dinghy sailing school ideal for taking some lessons or refresher courses.


Take a walk
Take a walk along the route from Avlaki beach past the dense olive groves and through the delightful wooded areas and onto smaller beaches before returning to the beginning of your walk.


Shopping in Corfu Town
Buy your holiday gifts in Corfu Town with many shops selling jewellery, leather goods, olive wood objects and handmade needlework.


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