Kalami / 39°44.38′N, 19°56.16′E


Kalami Bay is the next anchorage on the NE tip of Corfu, heading N from Corfu Town. It is the biggest of the anchorages here and can take perhaps 10-15 yachts before it begins to get crowded. Anchor 50 metres off the beach in 5.0 – 8.0 metre depths in sand and weed. Good holding once through the weed. It is also possible to take a line ashore to the rocks in the NW corner, where there are iron posts set into the rocks just S of the water skiing pontoon. There are tavernas, cafes and three good supermarkets ashore. Shelter is good from the prevailing winds, although an occasional heavy swell enters from passing ships.

Kalami Corfu is considered to be one of the most tranquil beauty spots in Corfu. It is a horseshoe-shaped bay, with a rare beauty of the Greek uniqueness of nature. The amphitheatric greenery accompanied with the Ionian Sea and the hillside villages around Kalami Corfu are a perfect combination for an idyllic and relaxing environment.
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