A pretty village on an idyllic isle

Facing out into the clear blues of the Ionian Sea, peaceful Perama perches on ahillside on Corfu's east coast. Holidays to Perama are all about kicking back and enjoying your desirable position on this unspoilt island. With two beaches within easy ambling distance from the centre of the village, the hardest thing you'll face will be deciding which one to flop down on. If indecision strikes, you can happily flit between the two as they're right next to each other. Those prone to restless spells can take to the hills for treks through shaded olive groves and cypress trees. The second hardship of the day comes in the form of deciding which mouth-watering restaurant to dine in. You've got a fine selection of terraced restaurants serving authentic seafood dishes and international fare accompanied by stunning sea views. All you need really to feel your cares float away.

Your Perama questions, answered

With a cornucopia of restaurants, you'll be spoilt for choice. Try a dish of bourdetto - scorpion fish in a hot tomato sauce.

You're in luck. Perama’s duo of beaches offer a full menu of watersports as well as pedalos, banana boats, jet-ski and boat rentals.

Wind down with an al fresco wine on the outside terrace of one of the relaxed tavernas on Perama’s main road.

Best things to do in Perama

Enjoy a seaside setting

Perma has two shingle and sand beaches for you to discover, both just an amble away from the centre of the village.

Check out Corfu Town

The glitz and glamour of Corfu Town and its many restaurants, bars and historical attractions is just a 10-minute drive away.

Monastery of Vlaherena

Stroll just across the bridge into Kanoni and then cross a small stone pier to reach the Monastery of Vlaherena, a symbol of Corfu.