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Top Corfu beaches

Arilas is one of the largest sandy beaches on the north west of the island and due to its location is protected from high winds, making it an ideal location for sun bathing.
Halikounas is a long stretch of sandy beach on the southern side of the island close to the village of Agios Matheos and is popular with water sport enthusiasts.
Dassia is popular with families from the local hotels in and around Dassia with its long stretch of pebble beach and shallow warm waters and water front bars, restaurants and hotels.
Barbati is the most popular of the beaches on the north east coast, with lots of sun beds and umbrellas for hire, beach front restaurants with waiter service and clear waters on a long stretch of beach.
Kassiopi with its clear blue calm waters and white pebble beach in a secluded bay, is popular for snorkeling and sunbathing.
Kalami, located on the north east coast Kalami, is surrounded by natural lush green with a smooth flat stone beach with delicious fish restaurants within easy access of the beach.
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