The small harbor is open SW, has an entrance opening of 60 m and depths of about 3.6 – 4.2 m. at its axis. It is sheltered by W winds by a curved mole that extends SW for 100 m and continues SE for 215 m. In the middle of the outer side of the curved mole there is a 15 m long quay that is approached by vessels for fuel. From a point of the shore 90 m SE of the head starts a leeward mole that extends W for 40 m.
The outer sides of both moles are protected by rock ballasting; the inner sides are quayed. A jetty that extends SW for 74 m lies about 130 m SE of the root of the curved mole. Its W side is made of natural boulders; the E side is quayed. Depths near its head are 2 m, decreasing gradually to 1 m near its root.
Harbor Kérkyras is formed in front of Kérkyra town and comprises the old harbor, which is mainly used for mooring by fishing vessels and pleasure boats, and the new harbor, which is the commercial and tourist port of the island.
The old harbor is formed W of jetty Mourágia and comprises a basin with quayed coasts for 185 m and depths of about 2 m near them.
The port of Paxoí (Gáios) is a natural harbor formed in front of the houses of the city of Paxoí, which is the capital of the island. The port can be approached by the N entrance having a width of approximately 230 m or by the S which has an entrance width of approximately 30 m and 2 m depth.
Gouvia Marina is situated about 6 km from the town of Corfu and 7 km from the International Airport (IATA: CFU), on the south coasts of the bay Gouvia, in front of Kontókali settlement. It is considered the natural link between the Adriatic and the Mediterranean Sea as well as a port of call, to repose and enjoy the climate and the beauties of the island.
The beautifully preserved Old Town of Corfu, is a UNESCO world heritage site, where Renaissance, Baroque and Classical cultures come together and fuse with local artistic traditions. Palaces, fortresses, buildings of the Venetian rule uniquely blend with the Greek architecture, small secluded squares and the so-called ‘Kantoúnia’ the vaulted passages that make you feel as if you’ve travelled to Italy.
Only 2 km or so south of Paxos is the island of Antipaxos; an even smaller, almost uninhabited with small vineyards. There are two beaches in the north end, Vrika and Voutoumi, Here you have some of the finest clear blue seas in the world safe for swimming and snorkeling for all ages.