The North East coast of Corfu is one of the most scenic pieces of coastline in Greece. Heading up the
coast the olive grove and cypress green covered hills of Corfu preside over a multitude of small bays,
beaches, coves and seaside villages, while over to the East lies the mysterious Albania and the mountains of Epirus.
First the long pebble beach of Barbati, followed by Nissaki and its taverna, still belonging to the same family it did since the 60s, then Kaminaki. Then the little cove south of Agni where a small chapel to St Arsenios is perched on the rocks. Around the corner is Agni, home to three of Corfu's most well known seaside tavernas. Bays follow bays and round the next corner, we find Kalami dominated on one side by the White House, once the home of Lawrence Durrell and his wife Nancy, a part of Corfu's
rich cultural heritage and nowadays a famous taverna in its own right.
Further on Kouloura, Kerasia and Agios Stefanos, collectively known to some as “Kensington-on-sea”
from a British newspaper article reffering to the many private villas dotted along the coast. Further on up Psaromita, Erimitis Beach and round yet another corner the quaint fishing village of Kassiopi in the
Our experienced crew will make sure to take you safely and comfortably to the bays and/or taverna of
your choice, in order to make your cruise a memorable experience to always treasure.