Most popular Villas in Kalami
Highlights in Kalami
- Local festivals
- Fantastic beaches
- Interesting heritage
- Hiking routes
- Delicious Greek food
Most popular amenities for Villas in Kalami
Villas in Kalami
If you are looking to escape from the busy rhythm of everyday life, in Kalami you can leave the stunning scenery cast a spell on you. Treat yourself to unwinding on the beach, marvel at the colours of the Ionian Sea and admire the rolling hills of the northeast coast of Corfu island. Rent your villa in Kalami and find the one that meets your preferences in every way.Villas for relaxing family holidays
Look for your next villa close to the sparkling Ionian Sea, amidst the incomparable lush green landscape. Find stylish and unique villas overlooking the village and the sea. These villas combine comfort and a friendly family atmosphere ideal for groups too. Enjoy the panoramic views from the garden, relax by the pool and fulfill your enjoyment in this lovely part of Corfu. Get your bags ready!
Travellers and activities
Kalami Bay is paradise on the Northeast coast of Corfu, surrounded by lush green hills. The horseshoe-shaped bay draws in beach-going holidaymakers to its crystal clear waters and pebbled shores. Kalami Beach flies the Blue Flag and it is the perfect place to unwind and bask in the sun or to practice water-skiing, canoeing, pedalos, swimming and snorkelling. If you prefer to explore the coastline at your own pace, you can rent a boat. Kalami is an attractive destination and a unique paradise. Not far from Kalamai, you can also enjoy Avlaki beach, Agios Iliodoros, Corfu Barbati and Corfu Agni beach.Kalami for hiking enthusiasts
Kalami is surrounded by a stunning scenery of natural beauty and bathed by the azure waters of the Ionian Sea. Kalami is the ideal setting for a memorable holiday, so what are you waiting for? Along the coast you can enjoy lovely walks that will take you to nearby bays. On one side you reach Kerasia, Kouloura and San Stephanos. On the other side, Gialiskari and Agni Bay. Unspoiled beaches, a rugged coastline and several routes to choose from. If you want a challenge and a longer route, take the one from Kalami to Vingla, Porta, Gimari and Kendroma.
Did you know you can stay at the White House where Nobel Prize nominated author, Lawrence Durrell, found his best inspiration and a spot to concentrate on his writing?
Top 7 travel tips in Kalami
The oldest part of Corfu Town, Campiello, is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy wandering around the maze of cobbled streets, visiting the 10th-century fortress and the Archaeological Museum, having a coffee at the pavement cafes or just sheltering from the summer sun in a hidden leafy square. Browse the shops and find great souvenirs including gold and silver jewellery, locally made ceramics, embroidered linen and leather bags, belts or wallets.2. Enjoy a round of golf
Corfu Golf Club is a 18-hole course with a driving range and a Putting Green that has held over 50 international tournaments. Enjoy your favourite sport all year round in a unique setting with lakes, a river, manicured eco-friendly greens and tree lined fairways. All levels are welcome to play. And after a good round of golf, you can enjoy a nice meal at the restaurant of the Club House and browse the Club’s pro shop.3. Take day trips
Kalami is an excellent base in Corfu to visit neighbouring villages. By car and even by foot, the beautiful villages around Kalami are a great option to spend the day. Traditional Greek architecture and unspoiled nature are the main characteristics of these incomparable locations. Visit Agni, kouloura, Nissakki, Kerassia or Corfu Town. Enjoy a day out and marvel at the fantastic views of Corfu.4. Take a boat trip
For a different perspective of the coastline, get on a boat and take a day trip. Admire the unspoilt and gorgeous scenery, take a dip into crystal clear waters and relax on the deck soaking up the rays of sun. An excellent activity to enjoy with the family, with friends or a romantic day for two in an idyllic setting.5. Traditional Greek cuisine
Kalami is home to traditional Greek tavernas and lovely restaurants serving some of the best recipes with locally sourced ingredients. Try some fresh seafood at the White House Restaurant or home-cooked food at the Kalami Beach Taverna. After a great meal you can walk it off along the beach and then, take a revitalising power nap to continue your day. Enjoy your meal!6. Visit Lawrence Durrell’s house
Kalami is popular for being the place chosen by Lawrence Durrell to live with his first wife, his mother and his siblings, including Gerald Durrell. The White House, where he lived, is still preserved and you can visit it. You will feel how life was like back in the 1930s when the Durrells lived there as it hasn’t changed much since!7. Enjoy a festival in Corfu
Festivals in Corfu are a good occasion to acquaint some local heritage. If you are on Corfu around the time a festival takes place, enjoy it like a local and feel the festive Greek spirit. The Pie Festival is a memorable event, where local women make succulent pies and grilled souvlakia. Everybody takes part in it either eating, drinking or dancing. The Vacarola Festival is another popular event and boats are decorated with bright lights and sail across the bay, to the sound of traditional songs sung by the choirs.