Holidays to Aghios Georgios North are all about embracing the slow life. Here you can kick back and enjoy the charm and beauty of rustic Corfu.
Aghios Georgios North
When it comes to laid-back beach holidays, it’s hard to do better than the Greek island resort of Aghios Georgios North. Boasting gorgeous sandy beaches, stunning areas of natural beauty, and some authentic tavernas where you can while away your evening hours, Aghios Georgios North is the perfect place to unwind with a Cruise & Stay holiday.
A rustic slice of Corfu life
Aghios Georgios North is located on the north-western coast of Corfu, approximately 50 minutes by car from Corfu Town. Clustered along a beautiful, calm bay and surrounded by olive groves, it’s known for its chilled atmosphere and muted tourism scene. In place of nightclubs and malls are quaint restaurants, family-run hotels and secluded areas of woodland – all of which make it an ideal cruise destination for travellers seeking an authentically Greek experience.
Golden sand and turquoise waters
The main attraction in Aghios Georgios North is the beach, which stretches out for five kilometres along the edge of the bay. Set against a backdrop of tree-covered hills and tumbling cliffs, this beach is widely spoken of as one of the best in Corfu. This beach is also one of the cleanest and safest. Spend the day here and you can picnic, paddle, swim and snorkel and never get tired of it.
Savour the Greek cuisine
One of the pleasures of visiting a small village like Aghios Georgios North is that it gives you the opportunity to experience the genuine local way of life. There are several family-run tavernas, cafés and restaurants in this tranquil little village. While on a Cruise & Stay holiday here you can sample the local seafood and indulge in Greek classics such as souvlaki, stifado and moussaka, before rounding off the evening with a glass of ouzo.
Take a trip to Corfu Town
Corfu Town is home to fascinating attractions and proudly boasts two different fortresses. As well as visiting the fortresses and taking in the views during your holiday, you can wander along the cobbled back streets, brush up on your history at the museums and galleries and marvel at architectural wonders like the 16th-century Church of Aghios Spyridon.
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Corfu Festival of the Arts
This week-long festival is all about celebrating Corfu’s relationship with culture, and you can catch everything from performances…
Try watersports on the beach
The sands are dotted with places to rent jet-skis, pedalos and canoes, plus there’s windsurfing and sailing, too. You can…
Sample traditional Corfiot cooking
You’ll find a handful of restaurants and tavernas in the village. Some serve Italian and Brit favourites, while others dispense…
Hire a bike and explore the countryside
It’s hilly around these parts, so to get the best of the scenery, rent a bike – you can hire them at the beach – and head…
Shop for souvenirs in the village
Dotted along the beach road are minimarts that will see you right for essentials. You’ll also come across a handful of boutiques…
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