Kalami is one of Corfu’s most picturesque spots. It is located 30km from Corfu town and is a settlement of Gimari village.
The main beach lies in front of the settlement and it is composed by white shiny pebbles and turquoise waters. Kalami beach is worldwide famous at it had inspired the English author Gerald Darrell for his novel “My Family and the other Animals”, during his stay in a village home, The White House which is still existing at the right hand-side of the bay. Apart from this, the beach has become popular for its cleanness and organization, while it offers a wide variety of water sports activities, boat hire and romantic coastal tavernas.
The settlement is surrounded by vast vegetation and lush green forests which attract many visitors.
Behind the beach you will find various accommodation amongst the trees, an ideal environment for peaceful and relaxing vacation and the best destination for the nature lovers.