Dimitris Apartments, Sidari - resort information

Acharavi is a town located at the foot of Pantokrator and has several nice Restaurants, Tavernas, Cafes, Bars, Clubs, various shops and big supermarkets. The three kilometer sandy and pebbly beach of Acharavi gently shelves into the sea and is perfect for long strolls along the beach. A number of water sports are hosted at the beach including windsurfing, pedalo, water-skiing and paragliding. Acharavi is the gateway to explore the mountain Pantokrator with its stunning view over Corfu and nearby Albania.

Sidari is a popular tourist resort and has a wide variety of entertainment to suit all ages and interests. There are numerous of Restaurants (traditional Greek, Chinese, Indian, and Italian), Bars and British-style Pubs, Clubs, Shops and Supermarkets. Sidari Beach looks out onto the open sea and the main beach, which has a Blue Flag for cleanliness, curves gently around a long sweeping bay and offers golden sand and warm, shallow water. There are sun beds and umbrellas for hire and water sport facilities. Close by is the famous Canal d'Amour (Channel of Love) which is composed of soft, sandstone cliffs, which have been eroded to produce extraordinary rock formations. Local myth claims that if a couple swims through the main channel together their love will be never-ending. If you want to venture further afield visit Cape Drastis with its dramatic wind-caved sandstone cliffs by car or with a boat hired from Sidari beach. You will agree that this stunning spot, with its narrow strip of sand and towering cliffs, more than lives up to its name. Daily boat trips take visitors to nearby Albania to visit Butrint National Park with its UNESCO-protected Greek and Roman archaeological site, and the seaside resort of Saranda.

Agios Stefanos
Agios Stefanos is built into the hills of a cape with a view of the islands Othonoi, Ereikoysa and Mathraki. Fishing boats from the area find shelter in the small port of the village, from where daily excursions leave to the nearby islands. A wide stretch of sand sweeps around a sparkling bay with crystal waters. The beach is rewarded every year with the Blue Flag of the European Union for the Protection of Nature and is considered very safe for families and children. Best of all, it is relatively undiscovered - no danger here of someone reading over your shoulder. Around the beach and in the wider area of Agios Stefanos, you can find Beach Bars, Tavernas, Restaurants, Supermarkets and other touristic shops.

Arillas has 450 residents and is located between Agios Georgios and Agios Stefanos. The main sandy Blue Flag beach shelves very gently into the shallow turquoise sea and makes this an ideal spot for families. Laying at the northern end of a long bay the setting is spectacular with a beautiful backdrop of green hills and olive groves with excellent views of an astonishing sunset. Arillas beach provides water sports, boat hiring, sun bed & umbrella hires. There is a selection of shops, Tavernas, Restaurants and Bars that welcome visitors from abroad as well as locals. It is the ideal place for people who like to explore the unique beauty of the surrounding area. Arillas has escaped from the destruction of big units of tourism. The cheerful and hospitable people of the area do whatever they can to make you feel comfortable.

Agios Georgios
Contrary to the big tourist resorts, Agios Georgios is a peaceful village with a natural formed beautiful bay. The long sandy beach and crystal clear water entices people who want to escape their everyday routine. The tall cypresses, the endless thickets of the regional mountain area and the view out in the sea insure an unforgettable day at the beach. Small Tavernas and friendly people combine to make a stay in the area a cheerful one.