Corfu Island is a keeps many secrets for it’s visitors. The small beautiful beaches and the traditional villages are scatered all over the mainland, waiting for the visitor to discover them and reward him a breathtaking sunsent, or a mystique ancient olive forest, or an unexpected welcome-treatment from the locals…

Corfu island is a split personality among the North and the South. Each part has its special characteristics and it’s own secrets. Which one will you find yourself fitting best?

This is Grand Car Rental’s guide to the North of Corfu by Car:

  • Aproximate Distance: 100Km  (aller-retour)
  • Aproximte Length: 1 Day


A quich overview of the North corfu route:


Barbati resort is very well known for offering one of the most beautiful beaches on the island of Corfu. The Village of Barbati has a selection super markets, bars, restaurants and gift shops.

On the beach water sports and various facilities, parasols and beach beds are available. Barbati is nestled on the north-east coastline in the foothills of the majestic Pantokrator mountain, offerring panoramic views across Albania & the Greek mainland.

Palia Peritheia

This historic ‘Heritage Protected’ village is in  ‘A Designated Area of Natural Beauty’, situated on the attractive north east corner of the island, and  just below Mount Pantokrator (The Almighty). It is the oldest example of the original mountain villages of Corfu. Here you can find traditinal restaurants and spent some nice time photoshooting the old mansions.


A small picturesque village, surounding the old fishing port. It is a nice stop to enjoy a coffe or even book a boat tour.



Drastis Cape

Logas Beach


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