about Agios Georgios north, Corfu

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The island of Corfu in the Ionian Sea is reputed to be the greenest of the Greek Islands, and the lovely areas around Agios Georgios in the beautiful north west of the island show why.

Winter rains provide the moisture for tall pencil shaped Cypress trees and endless groves of unusually tall Olive trees, which give much of the island a covering of green. The clear blue waters of Agios Georgios bay offer a cool respite from the heat of a Corfu summer and the huge sandy beach provides ample room for games and sunbathing.

These pages illustrate Agios Georgios north, often known as Agios Georgios Pagi (or Pagon), plus the nearby villages of Pagi and Afionas. This beautiful unspoilt pastoral area with its lovely sandy beach attracts people for holidays wanting a break from their modern stress-filled lives. Newcomers might take a day or two to adjust to the slow pace here but accept it and relax. You will enjoy your holiday more and your heart and arteries might thank you one day.


As well as photographs and maps there is information on activities; taxis; walking; natural history; links to other useful Corfu sites; and a few links to small concerns offering holiday accommodation or Car Hire.

The web-site is non-commercial and is maintained by a visitor to the area with contributions from other visitors.


Agios Georgios, Corfu.  Information, photographs, beach, tavernas, suggestions, walks and more
Pagi Village and District, Corfu
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Afionas, Dionysos Restaurant and remote Porto Timoni
The quiet central areas of Corfu's interior

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