Our Villas are Located in North Corfu
The north-eastern corner of Corfu is as beautiful a chunk of the Greek islands as I have seen. Its steep slopes are coated with gnarled, silvery green olive trees and dotted with pointy cypresses, and there are mesmerising views across the narrow straits to the gaunt mountains of Albania. From the winding main coastal road, narrow lanes descend to idyllic little coves and bays, where life focuses around an often excellent taverna or two.
Kerasia, is an escapist's dream. It is quiet beautiful and provides one of the loveliest beaches for swimming (EU blue flag) however Kerasia beach becomes busy every Sunday and especially in July and August. In Kerasia you will find a long white beach, a lone tavern and almost nothing to spoil the peace. Kerasia enclosed verdant headlands Where one of them belongs to the famous banker (called) Rothschild.
Agios Stefanos, is a pretty little bay with plenty of waterborne activity, seafront taverns. The road to Agios Stefanos winds its way down a hillside covered in Fragrant broom. At its foot is the village, set on a gorgeous bay which is popular mooring spot for yachts