Barbati is located near Pantokratoras mountain and offers an amazing view over Corfu old town, the Venetian fortress and the far Albanian mountains. Barbati beach has beautiful white stones beach and is a true beauty. There are some beach bars and restaurants, but it’s not too busy (at least it wasn’t when I was there in September) I had lunch at Piedra Del Mar and the food was so good, with a great atmosphere and music. Definitely recommend!
If you’re trying to find a sandy beach on Corfu with beautiful calm turquoise water, look no further! Bouka beach is around 2,4 km of Lefkimmi ( read about that here ) and it’s just gorgeous. Nothing fancy, just a beautiful place where you can chill out without mass tourism. There is a beach restaurant, sunbeds and umbrellas. Unfortunately I didn’t have a lot of time here, but I would have stayed all day to sunbath if I could!
This beach on the southwest coast of the island looks very different then other beaches on Corfu. The beach located at the northern end of a thin strip of land that separates Lake Korission ( read about Lake Korission here ) from the sea. The sea is wild and you can kite surf here as well, or watch them like I did 😉 You’ll need a private vehicle to get here, and the route along the way is great! Lot of nature, and away from the mass tourism. This was for sure one of my favorite parts of Corfu from what I’ve seen. We rented 2 sunbeds and an umbrella at Tayo beach bar for 12 euro.