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This part of the Greek island of Corfu is a hidden gem, offering scenic beauty and a tranquil ambiance. The charming village of Kalami is famous for its picturesque curved bay with crystal-clear turquoise waters, framed by lush green hillsides dotted with olive groves and fragrant pine trees. 

As the crow flies, staying in Kalami on the northeastern side of Corfu, you’ll be closer to Albania than you will to Corfu Town and Kavos. But you’re not a crow, and if you want to pop over to Albania, you’ll need to go via Corfu Port, as you’ll be leaving the EU.

There’s plenty to do in Kalami itself, like relaxing on the pristine pebble beach, soaking up the Mediterranean sun, and enjoying refreshing swims in the calm sea. The village oozes traditional Greek charm, with whitewashed houses ascending from the waterfront up the hillside, and quaint tavernas serving freshly caught seafood and local specialties.

Take time to stroll in the surrounding countryside on scenic routes, discovering hidden coves and panoramic viewpoints of Albania’s undulating coastline on the horizon. Kalami also offers opportunities for water sports such as snorkelling, kayaking, and paddleboarding, giving you a different perspective of Corfu’s rugged and beautiful shoreline.

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Your Kalami questions, answered

Once you land at Corfu International Airport, after a three-hour flight on easyJet, drive northeast on the scenic roads for 50 minutes until you reach Kalami.
Enjoy authentic Mediterranean food and traditional homemade recipes from Corfu. In Kalami, a lot of emphasis is placed on the use of fresh, local products.
Rent a car and check out nearby beaches. Head to places like Nissaki and Agni, just 10 minutes south, or Kassiopi, which is just 10 minutes further up the coast.

Hotels in Kalami