Location

The Ionian Islands region

            The Ionian Islands are located in the Ionian Sea, off the west coast of Greece and are composed of Corfu, Kefalonia, Zakynthos, Lefkada, Ithaca, Paxos and Kythira. The islands are well known for their beautiful sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, charming villages and stunning scenic countryside which is verdant and flourishing with greenery and nature.

Each Ionian island has a distinct character and between them they offer everything you could wish for from a Greek Island holiday.
             Each island boasts a distinct tradition, cuisine and architecture – the remaining influences of former invading forces such as the Venetians, French and British. These influences are obvious in Corfu Town, where you can watch a cricket match on the Spianada, drink under Parisian-style arcades and wander through the town's Venetian-style alleyways

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Acharavi

 

               The villa is close to a small village part of Thinali a former municipality on the island of Corfu. It is located in the northernmost part of the island, in the middle of the coast.

             The nearest resort Acharavi is a busy and lively resort set on the North coast of Corfu, boasting something for everyone. It is not just a family resort, it is the main town for the North of the island and many of the local people visit Acharavi on a regular basis as there is a post office, banks, a dentist and doctors and all the facilities found in a modern town. Acharavi has plenty of Tavernas and bars, and an excellent, long, sandy beach.

            Behind the resort and Sfakera village, in the Pantokrator mountain are set in the hills excellent walking paths. There are also several picturesque mountain villages including Petaleia, Ano Peritheia and Lafki. At the western edge of the municipality is the Antinioti Lagoon.

            Little streets run off this road down to the beach, where you will find many of the beach Tavernas and bars. The next resort Roda shares also the 5 km long sandy beach of Acharavi and has a wide choice of Greek, English and Italian restaurants as well as all kind of shops.

           On the long beach you can find all kind of water sports and activities for all kind of interests. Just in 15 minutes driving you can find the famous “canale d'amour” in Sidari village from one side towards Italy and Kassiopi with a picturesque small port from the other side towards the mainland.

 

 

               The villa is close to a small village part of Thinali a former municipality on the island of Corfu. It is located in the northernmost part of the island, in the middle of the coast.

             The nearest resort Acharavi is a busy and lively resort set on the North coast of Corfu, boasting something for everyone. It is not just a family resort, it is the main town for the North of the island and many of the local people visit Acharavi on a regular basis as there is a post office, banks, a dentist and doctors and all the facilities found in a modern town. Acharavi has plenty of Tavernas and bars, and an excellent, long, sandy beach.

            Behind the resort and Sfakera village, in the Pantokrator mountain are set in the hills excellent walking paths. There are also several picturesque mountain villages including Petaleia, Ano Peritheia and Lafki. At the western edge of the municipality is the Antinioti Lagoon.

            Little streets run off this road down to the beach, where you will find many of the beach Tavernas and bars. The next resort Roda shares also the 5 km long sandy beach of Acharavi and has a wide choice of Greek, English and Italian restaurants as well as all kind of shops.

           On the long beach you can find all kind of water sports and activities for all kind of interests. Just in 15 minutes driving you can find the famous “canale d'amour” in Sidari village from one side towards Italy and Kassiopi with a picturesque small port from the other side towards the mainland.