Corfu Barbati beach stretches for a kilometer along the foot of Mount Pantocrator, facing south. It is a beach of large, flat white pebbles, backed by stretches of grass and olive trees, making this way a lot of natural shade. Some people take advantage of this shade for an afternoon nap in the olive grove. The water is steep and deep but it's clean and of a wondeful colour.
Barbati is 20km from Corfu town and you can get there by car or by taking the green bus to Kassiopi that stops at several points on the main road, just above the beach. Parking should not be a problem apart from August.The beach is very popular with local people as well as visitors, though children due to the deep waters shouldn't be unattended.
The resort has a big variety of accommodations to offer for every budget. For your Corfu holidays you can find for your friends or family from a 3* hotels with sea views to luxury apartments and some of Corfu's best villa with swimming pools, all facing the Barbati beach and the Ionian sea.
In Barbati you will find facilities such as water sports, boat hire and trips, restaurants of Greek and international cuisine, sunbeds and umbrellas (in some places on the beach cheaper than other spots), free parking under olive trees and a couple of great beach bars - mostly at the end of the beach.
Barbati beach is annually rewarded with the EU's blue flag for the cleanness of the water and the beach facilities.