Aghios Stefanos (Avliotes or Agios Stefanos) is situated in a beautiful natural setting on the island's North-West coast. Set against a backdrop of hills and greenery it is a quiet but friendly resort with a horseshoe shaped bay surrounded by a long, sandy beach. It is a former fishing village. Still unspoilt, the village successfully blends its summer visitors with local Greek life, ensuring an atmosphere of relaxation and quiet conviviality.
Avliotes is a handsome hill village with a few shops and an old-fashioned kafenio, which is great for people watching. There is an abundance of attractive traditional island architecture, but its most impressive building is the eighteenth-century church of Iperagias Theotokou Odigitrias, which stands proudly on a huge platform at the top of the village.
Sidari is the most famous tourist resort of north Corfu and one of the places that every visitor of the island have to see. It is found in distance 32 km away from Corfu town. It has acquired world reputation, which it owes in famous "Canal d' Amour". It is an infrequent natural phenomenon. It is an underground path between two rocks that the visitor can easily walk to, due to shallow waters. This point is recommended for diving. There are many caves under the canal. Sidari beach has been awarded with the Blue Flag.