Glyfada beach is a lovely, long length coastline of fine golden sand beach flanked with loungers and umbrellas.
Glyfada, often regarded as the island's nicest beach, is also located on the island's west coast, 26 kilometers west of Corfu town and two kilometers south of the settlement of Pelekas (a lovely small village with fantastic view-check out absolutely the Kaiser’s Throne before going to the beach). A lovely, long length coastline of fine golden sand beach flanked with loungers and umbrellas and backed by pine and olive grove-covered slopes.
The neighborhood is home to many large hotels and residences, as well as tavernas, cafés, and water sports facilities like as jet skis, pedal boats, and banana boat rides. With a west-facing orientation, it offers magnificent sunsets but may become rather crowded in the summer, particularly in August.