Liapades is a beautiful traditional Greek village of about 1000 residents, with a great beach, which has not been affected by tourist development.There are restaurants/tavernas, super-markets, cafes, shops and all kinds of services which will cover all the needs for the in depended traveler. The beach is about 100 meters long, covered with sand (mostly) and shingle, with taxi boats, sun beds, umbrellas, motor boats, and canoes for rent. There are about 15 hidden small beaches to be explored. Some of them can be reached only by boat while others by foot as well. (See walking guide) There are organized boat trips covering most of these hidden beaches as well as the famous small caves of Paleokastritra.

Theotokos Monastery

Being one of the nicest and traditional villages of Corfu, Liapades offer authentic Greek holidays. Liapades has a typical Ionian architecture and there is definitely a village feel about this place. You will even see donkeys heavily loaded with hay around the roads of Liapades.

The whole area around the village is a maze of small roads, tracks, trails and ancient donkey paths. Some walks pass through clearings high above the coastline with fantastic unspoilt views over the various bays. Tracks and trails can lead the walker down to small secluded, mostly stony beaches where most visitors arrive by boat.

Agios Spyridon beach

The whole tourist area is centered on an extensive area around the beach of Liapades just 800 meters from the center of the village. There are restaurants/tavernas, super-markets, cafes, shops and all kinds of services which will cover all the needs for the in depended traveler. The beach is about 100 meters long, covered with sand (mostly) and shingle, with taxi boats, sun beds, umbrellas, motor boats, and canoes for rent. There are about 15 hidden small beaches to be explored. Some of them can be reached only by boat while others by foot as well. (See walking guide) There are organized boat trips covering most of these hidden beaches as well as the famous small caves of Paleokastritra.


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