kogevina beach corfu


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Beaches near Avlaki Pool Villas

Kogevina Beach is a picturesque and secluded beach located on the western coast of Corfu, Greece. The beach is known for its crystal-clear turquoise waters, soft golden sand, and stunning views of the surrounding cliffs and vegetation. Despite its beauty, Kogevina Beach is relatively undiscovered and remains a hidden gem, making it the perfect destination for those seeking a more private and peaceful beach experience. Accessible by boat or on foot down a rocky path, the beach offers a tranquil atmosphere and excellent snorkeling opportunities. Visitors should be sure to bring their own food and drinks, as there are no facilities on the beach.

Avlaki Beach is a long, sandy bay located on the northeastern coast of Corfu island, Greece. The beach is known for its crystal clear, shallow waters, making it an ideal spot for swimming and water sports. The beach is surrounded by lush greenery and olive groves, providing a peaceful and tranquil setting. There are a few restaurants and cafes along the beachfront, serving fresh seafood and traditional Greek cuisine. The calm and relaxing atmosphere of Avlaki Beach makes it a great place for families with children or anyone looking for a quieter day at the beach.

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bataria beach corfu

Bataria Beach is a small, secluded cove situated on the southwestern coast of Corfu island, Greece. This hidden gem is accessible only by foot, through a steep and rocky path, or by boat. Once you reach the beach, you will be rewarded with stunning turquoise waters and a peaceful, serene environment. The beach is surrounded by tall cliffs and lush greenery, making it a picturesque setting for a day of sunbathing, swimming, and snorkeling. There are only basic facilities on the beach, so make sure to bring your own supplies. Bataria Beach is the perfect spot for anyone seeking a bit of peace and quiet away from the crowds.

Kassiopi Castle is a medieval fortress located on the northeast coast of the Greek island of Corfu. The castle dates back to the 13th century and was built by the Byzantines to protect the island from invasions. It was later occupied by the Venetians and the British before falling into disrepair. Today, the castle is a popular tourist attraction and offers panoramic views of the sea and the surrounding area. Visitors can explore the ruins of the castle, including the old watchtower, battlements, and dungeons. The castle is surrounded by a picturesque village with restaurants, bars, and shops. Kassiopi Castle is a must-visit destination for history buffs and those who enjoy stunning views of the Mediterranean.

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