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Located on the north-west coast of Corfu, Agios Georgios is not to be confused with the equally beautiful resort of the same name in the south of Corfu, which is also called St George.
Agios Georgios in the north has a soft, golden, sandy beach which stretches the sweeping bay, excellent for swimming, trying your hand at the water sports on offer and is considered to be one of the best on Corfu. The temperature can vary between 14-21° during off season and 28-32° in the summer months, perfect for relaxing the day away in this laid-back, rarely over-crowded resort.
When it comes to eating out in Agios Georgios there are a handful of good, traditional, Greek tavernas serving exquisite local dishes and fresh fish. Agios Georgios is home to a few tavernas and bars along the beachfront, for you to enjoy a few drinks as the sun goes down, and there are a couple of discos running into the night, but if you want a wide selection to keep you partying through the night then just hop in a cheap taxi. The same applies to shopping, with a few supermarkets selling the holiday essentials in Agios Georgios and Sidari offering a better variety.
Agios Georgios is approximately 60 minutes from Corfu Airport - 38km (23 miles).
Ideal for Couples
Couples looking for a relaxed resort, with a fantastic beach where you can watch the evening catch up on the day whilst sipping a cold drink in a beachfront taverna, will love a holiday in Agios Georgios.
Great for Families
Book a family holiday in Agios Georgios to enjoy the wonderful beach and relaxing, friendly atmosphere.
Agios Georgios very rarely becomes over-crowded, great for lazing on the beach during the day and sampling the handful of tavernas as the sun goes down.
The crescent shaped bay of soft, golden sand gently slopes down into the shallow, clear water making it perfect for splashing about in and swimming.
Great Water Sports
Windsurfing is popular in Agios Georgios, as well as hiring a canoe to explore the local caves, boating and scuba-diving.