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Map of Corfu island

Corfu is the second largest of the islands located in the Ionian Sea off the western coast of Greece. By looking at a topographical Corfu map, it becomes apparent that the Pantokrator and the Santi Jeca mountain ranges divide the island into three separate regions. The highest elevations are found in the northern most areas of Corfu. The coastline spans the perimeter of the land mass and covers 135 miles (217 kilometers) that includes bays, rocky coves and a variety of sandy beaches. Corfu has 15 municipalities. Of these, Corfu Town is the largest.

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The resort of Agios Gordios has a number of luxurious hotels and additionally offers apartment accommodations along the stunning beachfront.
In Gouvia, guests find modern luxury hotels and apartments, in addition to a wide selection of bars and taverns. Bus services have regular routes to other island locations. Visitors also have the option of renting boats to enjoy cruising along the coast or for embarking on island hopping adventures. Kassiopi offers mainly apartment lodging and appeals to guests in search of a more active nightlife scene.
The village emerged around a traditional fishing port and has a number of scenic bays. In the evening, guests have the option of venturing to any of the many music bars, nightclubs or tavernas in the area. Roda has hotels, apartments and many of the amenities that are available in Kassiopi. However, the sandy beaches are often more highly preferred.

When looking for a beautiful sandy beach less frequented by tourists, Avlaki is the place to spend the day.
The location is found on a map of Corfu between the villages of Agios and Kassiopi. Here, guests encounter an expansive scenic bay and clear waters. An afternoon breeze takes the edge off the summer heat. The location also has two tavernas within walking distance. Agios features two bays and sandy beaches that remain protected from rough waters by dramatic, rugged rock formations.
Agni Bay lies along the northeastern coast according to the Corfu map. Accessible by boat, the location features three tavernas and is surrounded by mature olive groves. Chalikounas Beach on the western coast regularly attracts kite surfers and wind surfers. Acharavi lies on the northern coast. The site not only offers a popular beachfront resort but also serves as a bustling community. 

Anyone interested in historic locations should visit the old castles and fortresses scattered about the island. The Garkiki Fortress was constructed during the 13th century. Though largely in ruins, the site features the octagonal structure having eight towers and three gates. Kassiopi Castle is the oldest on the island and retained its protective walls, gate, towers, ramparts and a view Venetian cannons.
Looking at a Corfu map, visitors find the New Fortress on the Saint Marc hill on the northwest side of the old town. The many attractions found at the massive bi-level structure include the barracks and the Punta Pepretura blockhouse. The city of Corfu also has a number of galleries and museums that house exhibits spanning everything from archeology and art to the history of folklore and music. 

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