Agios Georgios north
Agios Georgios Resort
The Agios Georgios resort in the north (there is also another Agios Georgios in the south) has a unique location - it can be found in the mouth of 2.5 km wide green valley, with a splendid sandy beach stretching all over its length. On its sides, the valley is lined by about 150 m high hils stretching towards the sea on more than 2 kilometres. The whole valley and the nearby hills are woody, with the especially interesting and very old olive trees and cypresses.
The beauty of Agios Georgios is also empasized by the fact that the resort is very peaceful and untouched by mass tourism. Although you can find there everything you might need on your holiday, including tavernas, restaurants, minimarkets, souvernirs shops, billiard and bowling halls, Agios Georgios has been spared excessive noise and nightlife. So, if you are interested in a calm and romantic holiday, then Agios Georgios is the right choice. If you need nightlife, discos and clubs, you will need to look for anonther resort or make a trip e.g. to the nearby resorts of Sidari or Roda (which lack the peace and charm of a calm place though).
In Agios Georgios, there are tavernas where you can connect to the internet. You can also rent there a boat, a bicycle, a scooter, a motorbike or a car.
Who is Agios Georgios suitable for?
Since the place is quite secluded, it offers a beautiful scenery, with the local sandy beach being especially suitable for families with children. The beach is very wide and the entry into the water very gentle, and given its length, there are all kinds of acitivities - some parts are calm, while on others you can practice water sports. Yet the beach is always clean and perfect for all kinds of games. The beach in Agios Georgios is regularly awarded the EU Blue Flag for its top quality.
Tips for trips
Near Agios Georgios, you can visit the Ekaterinas cape with its lagoon of brackish water. The local clean nature provides ideal conditions for many animal species - you can see there turtles and big lizards, among others.
Another option is to go on a walk to the island interior with its picturesque villages surrounded by olive groves.
Where else to go on Corfu?
Some of the most visited resorts on Corfu are: Agios Georgios south, Agios Georgios north, Agios Gordis, Agios Ioannis Melitieon, Agios Ioannis Peristeron, Agios Petros, Agios Stefanos, Acharavi, Almiros, Arillas, Barbati, Benitses, Dassia, Ermones, Gialiskari, Glyfada, Gouvia, Ipsos, Kanoni, Kassiopi, Kavos, Kerkyra, Kommeno, Liapades, Messonghi, Moraitika, Nissaki, Paleokastritsa, Roda and Sidari.