Beaches of Corfu

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Corfu's beaches are without a doubt one of its heavyweight draws. Lassoed by beautiful beaches, it's difficult to decide where to lay your sunhat. It really depends on how you like your shores. Cashmere-soft sand or pebbly? Sweeping curves or secluded coves? Pelekas does a good job at trying to steal the limelight. A half-moon crescent of sand backed by wooded hills, it's the stuff of postcards. Glyfada is another shimmering hottie...

Consistently voted Greece's top beach, it's also a Blue Flag winner. And with honey-coloured sands wide enough to land a 747 on, it's no wonder. If you've got little ones to think about, consider fun-filled Sidari. The shallow waters and beachside restaurants with children's menus have made it a firm family favourite. Likewise, Agios Gordios is a bustling family hotspot. Sheltered by pine-covered slopes, the sands are framed by caramel-coloured rocks and the seas are electric-blue. Whichever slice of coast you decide on, cool off in the glassy waters.
Snorkelling here opens a portal into a world of underwater colour with flashing shoals of fish, waving anemones and slow-moving turtles. We recommed you'll be barefoot and taking the dive in nanoseconds.

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