Corfu

Corfu is one of the northernmost islands of the Ionian Sea. Located at the entrance of the Adriatic Sea, near the Continental coasts. The northeastern coast of quite close (approx. 2 km) off the coast of Sarande, Albania.

Its shape is oblong, wider in northern and narrows to the south. The beaches have a total length of 217 km, forming many bays and headlands. The terrain is mostly mountainous, particularly in the north. Foreigners call Corfoi (England Corfu), the two peaks that appear as they approach the visitor to the island. Higher peaks is the Almighty (the ancient tissue 914 m) and Stravoskiadi (849 m).

It is one of the most densely populated islands in the Mediterranean with a population density of 193 inhabitants per square kilometer.

Barbati

Barbati is a hamlet in the northeast of Corfu. It lies 19 km from the capital. Feature is the long beach with fine pebbles. It is one of the popular beaches of the island, well organized, with facilities for water sports. He has been awarded the blue flag.
Barbati has tourism development. Around the beach and the village have built hotels that meet the needs of visitors to the area.