To Liapades (CM-A)
You’ll be met at Corfu airport and transferred to your accommodation in Liapades (30’ by taxi). Liapades is an ancient village full of lovely old mansion houses. You may spend the afternoon in the village or on the beach.
The West Coast and Olive Way (CM-02)
From Liapades villages old paths will take you high above the coast and along some stunning beaches, inviting you for a swim stop. You continue into the centuries-old endless olive groves along the Olive Way. The Liapades village square is perfect for a refreshing drink before heading down to your accommodation.
walking time/distance: 4h / 13.5km
The Roman Way from Liapades to Agios Georgios (CT-07)
The walk starts with a sharply ascending footpath which immediately brings you high above sea level towards Paleokastritsa. You quickly cross the main road and head into the hills again, using a network of lovely cobbled footpaths. A climb of about an hour takes you to the centuries old village of Lakones and Bella Vista Viewpoint ('the best view in Europe').
One kilometre of unavoidable and sometimes busy road here, to cross the village, but the spectacular views make up for it! The Trail then heads across olive groves to Krini (from here you can opt to visit the Byzantine castle Angelokastro), through 'Lily Valley' and on down one of Greece's most remarkable footpaths, the Roman Way, which zigzags down a sheer cliff. The way continues down an olive grove track and along the seashore to the resort of Agios Georgios.
walking time/distance: 4h30’ / 13.5km (Angelokastro: +1km one way)
ascent/descent: 350m (Angelokastro: +150m)
start/finish: Liapades / Agios Georgios Pagon
Circular walk Afionas and the Double Bay of Porto Timoni (CM-04)
From Agios Georgios it’s a steep climb up to the beautiful village of Afionas, with its olive oil shops, narrow alleys and beautiful views. On a footpath, you descend steeply towards the sea below, where the peninsula is so thin that you can choose on which side to swim! The path continues a bit further up the peninsula to the chapel-like cave of Agios Stylianos.
You return by a direct footpath and road from Afionas’ village back to Agios Georgios.
walking time/distance: 3h30’ / 9.6km
start/finish: Agios Georgios Pagon
Circular walk Aspiotades (CM-05)
From Agios Georgios you follow a stretch of the Corfu Trail up to the villages of Prinilas and Paghi. Descending into a fertile valley, the path climbs back to the road in Aspiotades. From here the route leaves the Trail and turns back through agricultural landscape to the coast at Agios Georgios.
walking time/distance: 4h / 12.3km
start/finish: Agios Georgios Pagon
From Kalami along the Erimitis Peninsula to Kassiopi (CM-06)
From Kalami you walk the beautiful Erimitis natural area and coastline to Kassiopi, threatened by development plans. You’ll have lots of swimming opportunities along the way! At the end you can visit the village of Kassiopi with the Byzantine castle above the town. From the village of Kassiopi you take a local bus back to the main road above Kalami.
walking time/distance: 3h30’ / 10.7km
start/finish: Kalami / Kassiopi
The Northeast coast and mountain flanks, circular walk from Kalami (CT-11)
This is a circular walk which starts and finishes at Kalami, exploring the Northeast of the island. You quickly climb into the hills and then onto the high mountain flanks, through Porta and on to the ruined village of Mengoulas. After some level walking with most spectacular views your descent begins, towards Katavolos and down to the sea at Kaminaki.
Your return is along the high coastal footpath along spectacular bays with sheer cliffs and turquoise waters.
walking time/distance: 5h / 15.5km
Departure from Corfu (CT-V)
You’ll be picked up and brought to the airport, Corfu Town or the ferry harbour