Kalami Bay, Corfu

Kalami Bay Corfu
39° 44' 34.2024" N, 19° 56' 1.4928" E

Kalami bay is set nestling below the North East Corfu hills and famous for the Nobel Prize nominated writer, Lawrence Durrell’s 'White House' and beautiful beach. Once a quiet fishing village Kalami is now one of the livelier resorts of Corfu which combines the scenery of the countryside amongst the mountains with lush of greenery and the crystal waters of Ionian Sea. Considered to be one of the most tranquil beauty spots in Corfu, Kalami Bay is perfect if you enjoy exploring and walking as there are some beautiful coastal and scenic walks where you can visit nearby bays.