San Stefanos on the rocky North East coast should not be confused with the busy resort of the same name on the opposite coast. This is a small exclusive resort that is clustered around the sheltered bay, the front of which has very few tavernas and bars. On the beach you can hire a boat and there are usually a few yachts anchored off in the bay. The beach has sunbeds and umbrellas but is quite rocky. Accommodation is all self catering apartments or villas and the supermarkets are well stocked.
Large, sandy and full of activites, Sidari’s main beach is situated between the harbor and the cliffs of Canal D’ Amour. The Channel of Love is one of the most popular spots in Corfu, as according to tradition, couples who swim through the narrow canal will get married soon. On the streets of Sidari there are plenty of snack bars, cafes and restaurants, which keep the area quite busy.
Panorama Restaurant and 7th Heaven Cafe, a magical place on the top of the cliffs above Logas Be.
Paleokastritsa is one of the most picturesque beaches in Corfu. It is known for its aqua blue waters and stunning views. The small bay is surrounded by rocky cliffs and greenery. The sea is refreshingly cooler there, which offers a great relief from the heat! It is rarely quiet during the day, due to the many bars and taverns. There are many other beautiful coves that can only be reached by boat.
1000ft up a steep cliff on the north west coast is the Fortress of Angelokastro. The exact date of its construction is unknown although the first documented evidence of its existance is 1272. It was one of the most important fortifications and formed a defensive triangle with Kassiopi Castle on the north east coast and Gardiki Castle in the south.
Waterpark is 12000 square metres of fun for everyone. For the fearless there are 36 different water slides. Jump into one of the 15 different pools or wait in the Wave Pool for the madness to start! Qualified lifeguards are never far away and a service is available for those guests with special needs.
The Folklore Museum of Acharavi was inaugurated in October 2008 in a building of more than 1,000 square metres. The owner and visionary creator, Mr Spyros Vlachos, has been collecting, maintaining and promoting with endless care, joy and attention local folk objects of particular historical interest for the last 25 years.
Silvaland is dedicated to offering unique, positive and fun experiences for all our guests, that involve horses, other animals and the natural environment.
We are continually breeding the rare Skyrian Horses.
We Offer riding for all ages (from the age of 2).