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Private Boat Excursions

San Stefano Travel

Private Boat Excursions

Cape Drastis, Canal D’Amour

Sail past the long sandy beach of San Stefanos onto Cape Drаstis which has natural, unspoiled scenery and peculiar clay rock formations. Then onto the famous Canal D’Amour which was carved by nature from the sea and the wind over centuries. Take a refreshing swim in the crystal clear waters where legend has it that those who swim together, will stay together.

Mathraki, Porto Timoni & Diaplo

Porto Timoni is a beautiful, secluded double bay, below the village of Afionas. It is surrounded by grassy, dense hills and has stunning crystal clear waters. Sail to the uninhabited island of Diaplo with its impressive flint rock formations and small but heavenly beach. Explore Mathraki and experience the simple delights that this traditional and charming island has to offer.

Paliokastrista, Angelo Castro bay & Paradise Beach

Sail past the long sandy beach of San StefaEnjoy the stunning Coastline of North West Corfu, take a refreshing swim whilst admiring Angelo Castro which is a beautiful Venetian castle which dates back to the 13th century. Sail to Paradise Beach which is only accessible by sea, giving you the feeling of unearthing a treasure as you approach. Cool off in the crystal clear waters of the enchanting bay whilst enjoying unbroken views of the Ionian Sea. Sail along the rocky coastline of Paleokastrista, renowned its spectacular colours and its mysterious caves with. Enjoy lunch in the picturesque cosmopolitan resort which still retains its natural charm.nos onto Cape Drаstis which has natural, unspoiled scenery and peculiar clay rock formations. Then onto the famous Canal D’Amour which was carved by nature from the sea and the wind over centuries. Take a refreshing swim in the crystal clear waters where legend has it that those who swim together, will stay together.

Erikoussa & Cape Drastis

Sail along the beautiful coast of San Stefanos to Cape Drаstis which has natural, unspoiled scenery and peculiar clay rock formations. Move onto Erikousa which is the furthest right of the four islands, where you can admire the unusual beach formation of Brakini, its turquoise waters and explore the unspoiled nature of the island. Once you arrive at the harbor, you can enjoy a walk around the village which takes a maximum of 30minutes, head up to the church to take in the breathtaking view from above, make your way to the back of island to the old harbor where you can sit and enjoy a refreshment, then head to the beautiful sandy beach to cool off by taking a swim in the crystal clear waters. Once you have worked up an appetite, treat yourself to a delicious Greek dish at one of the few tavernas whilst getting a taste of traditional island life.

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