Palaiokastritsa beach is covered with sand and gravel and its waters are turquoise, clean and tranquil. Paleokastritsa: Six beaches, each more beautiful
Agia Triada: Deep waters with a sometimes rocky, sometimes sandy sea bed. Water skiing, para sailing, boat rentals, bars and restaurants are just some of the facilities and activities you’ll find here.
Alipa: A sandy beach, with big rocks along its northern part. Clean and crystal clear waters. Here you’ll find umbrellas, sun beds, boat rentals and a restaurant, as well as a fishing port.
Agios Spyridonas: The most picturesque and popular of all the beaches in Paleokastritsa, since it looks out at the cliffs. It is fully-organised, and offers all sorts of water sports.
Agios Petros: A beach with both sand and pebbles, it’s ideal for water sports.
Ambelaki: A quiet beach with deep waters and a rocky sea bed. It is fully-equipped with umbrellas, sun beds and boat rentals.
Platakia: Two neighbouring beaches with pebbles, umbrellas, sun beds and a restaurant.
One of the most famous attractions in Corfu is the Paleokastritsa caves, they are over 6 caves and each of them has a mystery around it. One of them has the name Nausika, the name of the daughter of the king of Finikia, who saved Odysseas as Omiros describes. The unique crystal clear waters will get your mind blown off. The caves are accessible only via sea but there are plenty of options to reach them.