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Located just north of Corfu Town, Kalami is a natural first stop on your vacation. It was originally a fishing village, as you can see from all the authentic restaurants serving traditional Greek food. The Kalami Gulf is surrounded by beautiful countryside and Kalami beach is an idyllic place to take a dip. The bay is also sheltered from north-westerly winds, making it an ideal place to anchor.
Sivota is a beautiful coastal community located just east of the southern tip of Corfu. Although the harbour has been updated with the latest facilities, it still retains its ancient charm. Just outside the town are the Sivtoa Islands, which are popular islands to moor at, due to the relaxing atmosphere on offer there. If you are travelling with children, the water park in Monastery bay is also recommended.
The islands of Paxos and Antipaxos are located just south of Corfu and are two Mediterranean gems not to be missed! Sparsely populated and rich in natural life, the islands are popular destinations for sailors seeking a more relaxed and isolated destination. On Antipaxos, you'll find lovely walking trails that take you past vineyards and olive groves where you might come across flocks of sheep enjoying the sun. Lakka Bay on Paxos is ideal for anchoring as it is full of beautiful beaches.
The peaceful fishing village of Petriti is located on the eastern side of Corfu and is one of the few destinations on the island with a sandy beach. The shallow, calm waters of the village's beach are also perfect for snorkelling, kayaking, and stand up paddleboarding. When it comes to food, one of the seaside tavernas is recommended, serving fish straight from the sea to your table.
Mandraki Port is idyllically located by an old Venetian fort! To get in and out of the harbour, cross a large bridge over the moat of the fort. During the day you can enjoy sunbathing and swimming at one of the many nearby beaches. Or why not check out Corfu town which is right next door.
In addition to exploring Corfu and nearby islands and coastal communities, you can also check out other destinations where Click&Boat has boats:
Corfu offers many different activities and attractions. Diving is a popular activity on the island as the seabed around the island offers many beautiful coral reefs and cool shipwrecks. Diving is especially big on the north side of the island.
In the less populated parts of the island, hiking is popular to experience the beautiful scenery. There are many hiking trails around the island that lead to Venetian castles, mountain villages, olive groves and hidden beaches.
If you are interested in history, Corfu Town is a real treasure trove with many monuments from the Middle Ages, some of which are the Old Fort, the New Fort, the Liston Promenade and the Church of Saint Spyridon, the island's patron saint. Don't miss the Canonical Quarter, located just outside Corfu Town, which has a great view of the island of Musa and the Panagia Vlacherna Chapel.
On average you can rent a motorboat in Corfu from 150€ per day or a catamaran for 600€ per day.
Don't have the right license for the boat you want to rent or feel you don't want to navigate completely by yourself? With Click&Boat this is no problem, as many of our boats can be rented with an experienced skipper!
He or she will take care of everything to do with manoeuvring the boat, so you can relax one hundred percent. Skippers have often spent a lot of time in the surrounding area and therefore often have a good knowledge of the best destinations.
Corfu's traditional cuisine holds delicacies that will appeal to the average traveller, as well as the more discerning gourmand. The island was for many years occupied by Western countries, which is also reflected in its gastronomy, which has many influences from other countries.
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Corfu is located in the west of Greece so if you want to sail through the Ionian Sea, renting a yacht in Corfu is the best possible choice you can make. The impressive coastline, beaches with golden sand or white pebbles, and rocky beaches, will satisfy even the most demanding tourist. The east coast offers calm waters for swimming and rich seabed for exploring. The northeast side is known for its deep bottom, while the southeast side has shallow waters, sandy beaches, and tavernas on the coast. If you are taking a vacation with family and kids, you should go to Dasia, calm but definitely not boring, is a village in the north part of the island. The town of Corfu is also one of the main attraction on the island. The historical center with medieval fortresses and walls is categorized as a monument of the world heritage by UNESCO. Unique architecture is influenced by Venice, the French, and the British who ruled the island for centuries. The most famous locations in Corfu are the main square, the Esplanade or Spianada, Ionian Academy, Liston building, Palace of St. Michael and St. George, Ahileon, Kanoni peninsula and the old and the new fortress. After exploring the city, we highly recommend you to find the monastery from the 12th century in the region Paleokastritsa. In addition to being valuable as a place to see, the rumor says that in this monastery, monks produce the best olive oil and white wine in Corfu; so if you decide to buy these products in Corfu, make sure it is from them. In addition, every year in Corfu are held competitions in sailing, so don't hesitate to rent a boat on Click&Boat and check your sailing skills in the beautiful Ionian Sea.
The small islands that surround Corfu offer peace and quiet to its visitors, so don't miss this opportunity and rent a yacht and explore the beautiful Ionienne archipelago. The nearest islands are Paxos, Antipaxos, Lefkada, Ithaca, Kefalonia, and Zakynthos. Paxos and Antipaxos are often listed as two of the best kept secrets of Europe, because mass tourism there is not present. Coming to the channel in between Corfu and Paxos, you will be able to view the turquoise colour of the sea, and also enjoy the silhouette of the island of rich olive trees and other Mediterranean vegetation. If you decide to navigate with your boat and visit Lefkada, be sure to visit Porto Katziki beach and see why it was named as one of the most beautiful beaches in Greece. Another family destination is Ithaca, which is known as the birthplace of Homer's hero Odysseus, and perfect place for all lovers of peace and quiet vacations who want to enjoy natural and cultural beauty.
Wherever you decide to go to with your rented yacht, we hope Click&Boat will have contributed to you having the best time of your life!
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Thavel with motor yacht Almyra to sivota blue lagoon and Bella Vraka And paxos antipaxos and sea caves . The best way to travel in Corfu...!
Definitely visit Paxos and Anti Paxos- those were our highlights! Kalami Bay was also great... we didn’t make it to the north or west side of Corfu but everything we passed was beautiful. The town’s are all quaint with lovely villages and restaurants and there’s so much to see and do... highly reccomend!
We recommend Paramonas which is a quiet place far from the crowd. Paleostrika is really worth discovering as well as Corfu city. Amazing beach at myrtiossisa and great monastery. Also gardenos beach, prasoudi beach, rovinia beach, halinoukas beach...
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