Kalami is one of Corfu’s most picturesque spots, a stunning horseshoe-shaped bay that is overflowing with Greek natural beauty. Sat on the northeastern corner of the island within the Corfiot countryside, the amphitheatric greenery blends with the Ionian Sea to create an idyllic destination. The Blue Flag beach is peppered with white shiny pebbles and turquoise waters. Beautifully unspoiled, it has inspired countless authors who have visited its scenic shores. Simply swim in the crystal-clear waters, or head for the sea with a thrilling water sports excursion.
This traditional village has grown over recent years attracting plenty of visitors during Peak season, but still retains its authentic Greek style and charm. You’ll find small tavernas serving up delicious Greek family dishes to gourmet, two supermarkets, a waterfront café and bars, as well as a few shops offering quaint souvenirs. If you’re after a livelier evening, the fishing village of Kassiopi is just a fifteen-minute drive away, with plenty of waterfront bars and restaurants overlooking beaches of every shape and size. Further afield is the bustling city of Corfu, offering historic architecture, world-class museums and a diverse gastronomic scene. Kalami is the perfect base to take a boat and explore the northeast coast, as well as walk the coastal path towards Agni to the south and Aghios Stefanos in the north.