Corfu
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Our most recommended Corfu Beach Trips

  • From Corfu Island: Antipaxos & Paxos Blue Caves Boat Cruise

    1. From Corfu Island: Antipaxos & Paxos Blue Caves Boat Cruise

    Get stunning views of the Venetian castles in the Old Town of Corfu as you set sail and head south along the Kanoni Peninsula. Pass the palace of Mon Repo and the towns of Perama, Benitses and Kavos as you sail towards Cape Asprokavos. Get a magnificent view of the olive and cypress trees that cover Paxos, formed when Poseidon severed the tip of Corfu with his trident to create an idyllic retreat for Amphitrite - according to legend! Reach the unspoiled northern side of Paxos and enter the natural bay of Lakka. Stroll the narrow streets of the traditional village, or take a short walk to the beaches to swim and sunbathe. Then, sail along the west coast of Paxos and enter the Blue Caves, where monk seals have taken up residence. Next, cruise to the small island of Antipaxos to swim off Paradise Beach (Voutoumi). Sail along the east coast of Paxos and get great views of the small island...

    A really interesting day with spectacular scenery. Super organised, was picked up and dropped off at hotel as per arrangements. Really friendly guide and colleagues. Thanks for a great day.

  • From Corfu Island: Day Cruise to Paxi Islands & Blue Caves

    2. From Corfu Island: Day Cruise to Paxi Islands & Blue Caves

    Enjoy a full-day cruise to the jewels of the Ionian Sea – the islands of Paxos and Antipaxos and the famous blue caves. Sail along the west coast of Paxos, enjoying the impressive rocky coastline and white sand beaches. The boat will enter the breathtaking blue sea caves, which are a natural habitat of the Mediterranean monk seal. Next, at the small island of Antipaxos, you’ll have the opportunity to swim off Paradise Beach. The cruise continues along the narrow channel of Paxos and the islands of Panagia and Agios Nikolaos. The captain will moor in the port of Gaios village and you’ll have time to explore the town.

    perfect experience. We loved the tour, we were enchanted by the beauty of the place.

  • Full-Day Cruise to the Blue Lagoon with Syvota Visit

    3. Full-Day Cruise to the Blue Lagoon with Syvota Visit

    Your lovely day will start after your departure from Corfu town port or Lefkimmi port, depending on which is the closest port to you. The captain and the crew will welcome you and help you out with anything you might need throughout the whole trip. The first stop will be in the historical cave of Papanikolis where you will have a few minutes to take some pictures and hear about the story of the cave. The second stop will be at the Blue Lagoon beach. You have a whole hour to enjoy the beautiful beach by snorkeling or just enjoying the great view if you do not wish to swim. The third stop will be Bella Vraka beach, where you can continue swimming.  The last stop of the day will be on the mainland of Greece, where you have 45 minutes to explore the small fishing village, Syvota. Enjoy some free time to walk around the village, have a nice coffee, or even an ice cream if you wish. Later th...

    Very nice trip, but the boat ride to the blue lagoon an back was very long (2-2,5h)

  • Corfu: Parga, Sivota and Blue Lagoon Full-Day Boat Cruise

    4. Corfu: Parga, Sivota and Blue Lagoon Full-Day Boat Cruise

    Marvel at the beautiful coastline of Greece on a full-day boat cruise to Parga and Sivota from Corfu Town. Get stunning views of the Old Town as you set sail and admire the thick woods of the Kanoni Peninsula. Pass the palace and gardens of Mon Repos as you sail towards Plataria and Sivota. Continue down the coast to Parga, known for its beautiful architecture and calm bays. See the remains of a Venetian castle, built by the residents in the 11th century to protect them from pirates and the Turks. Discover the small island with a church dedicated to the Virgin Mary and Venetian and French-style buildings. Stroll the narrow streets and enjoy lunch at a traditional taverna overlooking the sea, or go for a swim off one of the many beaches. Cruise around the islands of Sivota as you sail back to Corfu and drop anchor at the Blue Lagoon, where Arabian pirates are said to have moored their s...

    Last year we were here too, and we took the paxos trip. It had way better blue lagoon swimming place , but for this Parga Sivota trip - the city stop was better. I just liked the town more :) Other than that, great trip! Kudos to the ladyguide, she always has so much energy and positivity. She deserves a tip! :))) Tip: take your own food and drinks! The trip is long and eventually you will start spending money on the ship offer, which is a tad expensive (beer 3/4 eur) etc.

  • Corfu: Private Sailing Yacht Cruise Experience

    5. Corfu: Private Sailing Yacht Cruise Experience

    Visiting Corfu for holidays and have time to explore the beautiful coastline? A private cruise is a perfect option for you! Cruise to the central east coastline including the 2 fortresses, the old town of Corfu, Garitsa bay, Mouse Island, Vido Island, and Lazareto Island, with several stops for swimming and snorkelling. Starting your cruise from the Marina at 10:00 AM, you will head towards the old town of Corfu and the two fortresses. Sailing along to the old fortress you will arrive at Garitsa bay, looking at the south side of the fortress. Garitsa bay is a natural anchorage where super yachts drop anchor. Mouse Island will be the next site to see where you can stop for a while, giving you the chance to take photographs of landing airplanes flying above you. Your next stop is Vido Island, where you can enjoy swimming and relaxation in the crystal clear waters. Lazareto Island will be...

  • Corfu: Private Customized Tour

    6. Corfu: Private Customized Tour

    See the sights of Corfu that interest you most on a fully customizable private tour by air-conditioned minibus. Benefit from pick-up at your accommodation, the cruise ship port or other location of your choice, and then discover the island's beautiful locations at leisure. Head to Glyfada Beach, Barbati Beach or Marathias Beach to spend some time in the sun, or indulge your passion for history with a visit to some of the historic monasteries. Marvel at the Achilleion Palace, built for the Empress of Bavaria, or wander around the pretty towns of Sidari and Acharavi. Enjoy the freedom of an itinerary that can be completely tailored to your preferences, whether you are a fan of local food and wines, want to see the top attractions in a day or would prefer to shop! Upgrade your experience and book a private guide to accompany you throughout the day.

  • Corfu: East Coast 3-Hour Hike with Swim Stop

    7. Corfu: East Coast 3-Hour Hike with Swim Stop

    Explore Corfu's east coastline on this 3-hour hike. Admire the gorgeous landscape, beautiful villas, and local flora as you make your way to a secluded beach. Break for a refreshing swim and understand what makes this area so desirable.

    Follow your guide through the landscape of Corfu's East Coast. Admire the pristineness and unique beauty of the natural terrain full of hills, smalls bays, and serene beaches. Walkthrough dense vegetation and arrive at the turquoise sea.

    As you walk among the olive trees, spot the contrast between a tiny chapel built on top of a rock above the sea and an astonishing villa. Break for a refreshing swim stop in one of the many secluded beaches with a view to the Albanian coastline to gain energy for your hike back.

  • Paleokastritsa and Corfu Old Town Private Tour

    8. Paleokastritsa and Corfu Old Town Private Tour

    Benefit from pick-up at your hotel or other location of your choice, and then travel through some of Corfu’s traditional villages on a private group tour to Paleokastritsa. Long considered one of the most beautiful villages in Corfu, Paleokastritsa is renowned as a beauty spot with turquoise waters and sandy beaches in its network of bays with jagged rocks topped by lush green forests that rise directly from the sea. Go to Theotokos Monastery via a short footpath that takes you to the top of the hill. Get the best views of the area from the summit, and then journey into Corfu Town. Take a stroll through Spianada Square to admire the British-era City Palace, the Venetian castle of the Old Fortress and the arcades of the Liston, built during the French occupation if the island and charmingly lit by Venetian lanterns. Visit Saint Spyridon Church, built in 1596, where the distinctive red ...

  • Corfu: Nature Trek Through Olive Groves with Swim Stop

    9. Corfu: Nature Trek Through Olive Groves with Swim Stop

    Experience the magic of Corfu on this stunning walking tour punctuated with olive groves, a swim stop in crystalline waters of the island, and learn all about the hidden gems of yore. Start the tour with a homemade pastry in the village bakery, followed by hiking on an amazing trail with rich flora which leads to the stunning beach of Rovinia. Continuing on the path, admire the azure waters on one side and the lush vegetation on the other. An unexpected view of the Rovinia cave from above is a highlight. Tour abandoned villas while admiring the paths leading to a private beach. Then arrive at the twin beaches of Limni, where the first break will take place for rest or a swim in the crystal clear water. Learn about the cultivation of olive trees at one of Corfu's largest (140,000 trees strong) olive groves. The tour concludes with a stroll through the maze-like alleys of traditional vi...

  • Paleokastritsa and Corfu Old Town Private Shore Excursion

    10. Paleokastritsa and Corfu Old Town Private Shore Excursion

    Discover one of the most beautiful villages in Corfu on a private shore excursion from the cruise ship terminal to Paleokastritsa, where Odysseus is said to have disembarked and met Nausicaa for the first time.  Marvel at the 13th-century Monastery of the Virgin Mary upon arrival, and get stunning views of the turquoise waters as you wander around the grounds. Then, explore the Venetian and Byzantine architecture of Corfu's Old Town (also known as Kerkyra). See the ancient castles built on 2 hills to protect the island from the Ottomans. Stroll the charming streets and stone staircases to find old houses, hidden gardens and ancient cellars where you can buy traditional products. Get a friendly welcome from the locals as you immerse yourself in the open-air museum atmosphere, where surprises await on every corner.

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What people are saying about Corfu

Overall rating

3.9 / 5

based on 805 reviews

Monica came and told us specific Lilly what’s happening .. where we were going. The people On the boat we’re very nice. We missed our boat ride but was able to catch the next one the next day. It was really lovely! I like the swim the most. We had to drive a long way to the port. And a long way back. It was not clear to us that the boat could’ve dropped us off at our hotel. For planning purposes, it’s beat to explain where the port is, options of port boarding, etc

Unmissable activity in Corfu! If there is one company to choose for this activity, it is this one. We had a great day, the team on board is wonderful, special mention for our guide who was more than adorable, a ball of energy and good humor. the return is certainly a bit long but the team knew how to pass the time perfectly with nice surprises! Go for it with your eyes closed!

A wonderful experience and also a tremendous atmosphere. I would absolutely recommend this!

everything was great! really nice, attentive and energetic staff on board! recommend!

perfect experience. We loved the tour, we were enchanted by the beauty of the place.