Corfu Agios Stefanos Avliotes beach

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General information

Agios Stefanos Avliotes Corfu: Agios Stefanos is a long sandy beach in the region of Avliotes, 38 km north west of Corfu. Surrounded by lush greenery, this lovely beach has crystal water and soft sand. Delicious taverns and cafeterias line up the beach as well as many hotels and rooms to let. This is a quiet and calm place ideal for families and people who want to relax. At the end of the beach, there is a small marina for fishing boats and private yachts.

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Delfino Blu

4 stars

Delfino Blu Hotel is situated in Agios Stefanos, Corfu. Guests can select between studios, apartments and suites. All units feature air conditioning, Jacuzzi, LCD TV, laptop, phone and safe box. They are also equipped with kitchenette with fridge, coffee machine, toaster and hot plate. Delfino Blu ...

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Fedra Mare

3 keys

Fedra Mare Apartments are located in Agios Stefanos, Corfu, featuring studios and apartments that have balconies or verandas with a sea view. Units are also equipped with air conditioning, phone, satellite TV, fridge, oven, kettle and other comforts as well. Facilities found include a swimming pool, ...



1 stars

This wonderful hotel is located just 250 metres from the pristine, golden sands of St. Stefanos. Guests will find themselves in a peaceful setting, yet within easy access to the bustle and energy of the town. The hotel is situated within easy reach of a host of dining, entertainment, and shopping ...




1 Review
  • alisonbr 11 Feb 2009
    Get tea tree oil to avoid mossies
    I have visited Corfu many times so I know the area inside out. We usually stay in the northern side, where the best beaches are to be found. Most people I know have been to Sidari village but this is not my cup of tea, it's full of clubs and teenagers strolling around drunken. I prefer San Stefano. Although it is a neat little vilage, it has everything you need (other than a chemist). People are very friendly, costs are still reasonable and the beach is first class. All restaurants were also fabulous, we paid regular visitors to Paradise, the Beachcombers and Nafsika Hotel, yummy. Just take 100% tea tree oil. Mossies don't like it and they won't bite you.