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welcome to SAINT GEORGE Corfu (south)

Saint George boasts a long, beautiful golden sandy beach, which is said to be the best on the island. There are plenty of excellent bars, tavernas and restaurants running along the edge of this curving beach. Saint George is an extremely quiet resort ideal for total relaxation. There is a small fine-sand beach (which sometimes has strong currents), a handful of bars and a small choice of shops and tavernas. If after a few days here, more action is required - the buzzing resort of Kavos is 18km away. Quieter than many resorts on Corfu, Saint George offers a more 'Greek' experience. With a good selection of tavernas and little bars. Why not try Mad Mike's bar. Lobster is the island's speciality, but it's more likely you'll be offered astakos or salt water crayfish. Saint George is one of the quieter resorts on the island; nevertheless, it has a good selection of tavernas plus a couple of music bars

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Beach location: On the main road between Corfu and Kavos, beyond the village of Argirades, turn at the large "beach" sign. The road then displays a number of unofficial signs taking you to Agios Georgios beach. Disabled access: There is a very steep slope-for wheelchairs leading to soft sand. A more helpful boardwalk is situated at the central access points. One end of saint George beach is less «hilly» than the other although you still have to contend with soft sand.
Car parking: Limited. Park at the taverna car parks or on the roadside.
Food outlets/restaurants: Yes. There are a number of outlets located behind the beach in the resort's area.
Sand/pebbles/shingle: Agios Georgios is a beach with attractive, soft golden sand to and beyond the waterline. Sunbeds/umbrellas: Yes. Showers: Yes. For toilets use the tavernas and bars.
Safe for children: It is sometimes windy here. Beware of currents and sand spits that vanish with the tide. The waters get deep relatively quickly and it is advisable to supervise inexperienced swimmers.
Watersports: Yes. Main users: Tourists. Well cared for: Yes. Mooring for boats: No.
Next to quayside/harbour: No. Storm drains/outlets into sea: No.
Natural shady areas: No. The beach is very exposed here and with the prevailing wind you can hopefully tan or, equally easily, bum without difficulty. Any other facilities: Full resort facilities exist. Saint George resort spreads over a wide area and there are many access points to the beach but most only provide access via steps.
Distance to main resorts:
Kavos is 15 km and Corfu town about 30 km.
Public transport: Buses will take you to the main village road and from there you walk. Otherwise, phone for a taxi or use independent transport. Blue Flag: Yes.

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