View to Diapontia
Corfu West Coast
Diapontian Islands are a Greek island complex in the Ionian Sea and they are the most west point in Greece. They are located some 6 km to the northwest of Corfu, and about 80 km away from Italian coasts. The main islands of the archipelago are Othoni, Ereikoussa and Mathraki. Diapontia Islands are a tranquil and serene place for holidays.
The largest island of the Diapontia; a wonderful tourist destination, ideal for boat tours. Undiscovered beaches with turquoise waters, impressive formations and impressive sea caves are the main characteristics of the island. On the west side of the island you will find the most famous beach of Aspri Ammos (“white sand”) and the Calypso’s Cave.
The smallest island of the Diapontia. Its lush and the scattered settlements connected by trails will enchant you. The most famous beaches are the sandy beach of Fyki bay, Kontrakas and Portello a long, sandy beach with shallow waters.
The most northern point of Greece. The island’s most famous beach is Porto; impressive, endless sandy beach with crystal clear shallow waters. One of the most beautiful spots on the island is “Pera Katergo” where the view becomes wild with steep beaches and a stone cross that is a remnant of a naval accident.
Diapontia Islands – Trip’s Information
Time to Destination: approx. 90 minutes
Suggested Trip Duration: 1 or 2 days
Trip Perfect For: relaxation, swimming, snorkelling, diving