Chalikounas beach

Chalikounas beach is a huge, sandy shore approximately 3 kilometers long on the south-western shore of Corfu. It is one of the most impressive beaches of the island as this large, sandy shore extends along Lake Korission, separating the lake from the sea. The natural environment in Chalikounas beach is unique, unaltered even by tourism. Lake Korission, moreover, is the most significant wetland of the whole island and it is a preserved area. There is a small, wooden bridge which allows you to cross to the opposite shore at that point where the lake connects and flows into the sea. In the surrounding area extends a dense forest full of impressive cedar-trees.

Chalikounas beach is a paradise for surfers and for those who Kite surf due to the strong winds blowing in the area. Because of its vast size, it is never crowded even though it is one of the most popular shores of the island.

In Chalikounas beach there are two beach bars in front of which you will find parasols and deck-chairs. The beach is accessible by car with many parking lots available. One of its benefits is the fact that it is accessible even to handicapped people as it has wheelchair ramps at certain strategic points.