Paradise Beach in Corfu, a charming corner of Ionian Greece

    Paradise Beach in Corfu, a charming corner of Ionian Greece
    The sea is an intense turquoise color, the water is transparent and the beach is made up of white pebbles.

    There is a corner of paradise where the water is turquoise and the cliffs white. It is located on the west coast ofCorfu Island, near the town of Paleokastritsa, the city in the northwest of the island, 25 km from the main center Kerkyra.

    The place is known as Paradise Beach, the sea is an intense turquoise color, transparent enough to show the white pebbles at the bottom. It can only be reached by boat from Palaeokastritsa or Liapades. Here you can rent boats, pedal boats or canoes to explore the coast and bays in the area (LOOK AT THE MAP).

    the beaches of Corfu There are several: they can be of golden sand or pebbles. The sea water is crystal clear and acquires colors ranging from emerald green to intense turquoise. From the Paradise Beach You can see a fascinating cave that can also be explored by swimming. Legend says that Ulysses landed on this beach after the shipwreck.

    Palaeokastritsa dominates a painterly clover-shaped bay surrounded by hills full of forests and olive trees. It is a town where you can find all kinds of services: taverns, supermarkets, shops and numerous bars.

    The island of Corfu is located in the Ionian Sea, in front of the coast of Epirus, on the border between Greece and Albania. It is separated from the mainland by a strait that varies in width from 3 to 25 km. The “Lady of the Ionian Sea” has enchanted since ancient times travelers and poets for its beauty. It is located 70 nautical miles (about 130 km) from the port of Otranto, in Puglia.

    You can reach Corfu air from the main Italian airports, with direct flights or via Athens airport. While the links by sea From Italy they depart from the ports of Venice (approximately 26 hours of sailing), Ancona, Bari and Brindisi (8 hours of sailing).

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