Day Activities & Historical Discoveries
Acharavi Excursions Along Corfu's North Coast

There are a multitude of Acharavi excursions to tickle your curiosity this summer season. Acharavi’s geographic position, along Corfu’s stunning North coast, provides amazing opportunities to explore some of the best the Emerald Isle has to offer. From scuba diving the crystal clear waters of the Ionian to going back in time and discovering the rich history of the region, there’s always something to captivate your heart.

Dive Easy Scuba Diving
“…Discover why Corfu’s called the emerald isle…”

Dive Easy has daily dives with beginners and Experienced divers. Small groups are always being guided by a certified Instructor (special procedures with children). We also offer diving courses. Dive sites chosen depending on weather conditions and divers’ experience.

Additionally, we also offer daily tours to Paxos. Paxos covers an area of some 19 square kilometers and is one of a cluster of picturesque small islands set in the Ionian Sea. Paxos has no airport, can only be reached by boat and therefore, has been able to protect itself from the strain of modern tourism.

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Acharavi Excursions
Acharavi Folklore Museum
“…Travel thousands of years into the past & explore Corfu’s rich history…”

The Folklore Museum of Acharavi was inaugurated in October 2008 in a building of more than 1,000 square metres. The owner and visionary creator, Mr Spyros Vlachos, has been collecting, maintaining and promoting with endless care, joy and attention local folk objects of particular historical interest for the last 25 years.

The museum has a rich collection comprising of:

Photographic material, books and documents dating back to 1862 and a specialized numismatic collection from the period of the Ionian Islands independent state (19thcentury), Local costumes dating back to 1800, folk house furniture, a cart, a harrow, a plow and other agricultural objects, a traditional olive press, shoe-maker’s and carpenter’s workshops, wine and distilled alcohol producing devices, a traditional kitchen space, a traditional bedroom, a religious space and much more.

Agios Spiridon Beach
“…Your Saint Spiridon beach guide…”

The sandy beach of Saint Spyridon is located in the northeastern part of Corfu, 7km from the main towns of Acharavi and Kassiopi and only 1,5km from the picturesque village of Perithia. It was named after the charming chapel of Saint Spiridon, built on the beach. Agios Spiridon with its golden, fine sand and shallow, crystal-clear waters is a safe place for families and anyone needing a quiet escape.

The nature resort of Antinioti lake is ideal for nature and activity lovers as it provides hiking, cycling, horse riding and a range of other outdoor activities. The area hosts a variety of luxury villas, as well as apartments and an all-inclusive hotel. You can enjoy fine dining and delicious Corfiot specialties in the local tavernas. The friendly, safe and laid back atmosphere will be sure to make you feel completely relaxed right away!