Glyfada is a large beach with fine sand that lends a characteristic blue-green hue to the water. It is fully organized, with umbrellas, recliners, showers, water-sports and a beach volleyball court. The southern end is relatively secluded. This is the most cosmopolitan beach on Corfu, with a large hotel and many villas, apartments and bungalows in the vicinity, and especially popular with the young crowd. This is where the first beach bars on the island opened, and that trait is still alive. The pine-tree covered vertical cliffs above the beach compose a beautiful landscape.
15 km from Corfu Town; Green bus route