Agios Spiridon is only a small coastal neighbourhood, extension of Perithia village and consists of two beautiful bays overlooking the high Albanian mountain.
The place is North Corfu’s Natural Reserve and is recommended for those ones who are looking for a quite relaxing holiday, with nearby walks and excellent for birdwatchers and botanists.
Both the bays are very popular due to the fine sand beaches and get really crowded on the weekends.
Sport & Nature
Agios Spiridon is North Corfu’S Natural Reserve. The reserve is just a short walk from the beaches. There are many birds, butterflies, wild flowers and fish living between the bushes of the lagoon and the little island which is separated with a tiny old bridge. Walk along the unspoiled trails and do not forget your camera as amazing photos can be taken.
Organise your next walk through the olive grove, up to the surrounding hills and why not all the way up to the deserted village of Old Perithia.
Horse riding is also available at Agios Spyridon and you can book at least the day before.
Pyramid is a modern beach bar offering all types of entertainement and nightlife. Regularly live bands and named singers are hospitalised.
Culture and History
Every year a Varcarola festival is organized in Agios Syridon. This is an old Corfiot event, where small boats, decorated with lights, sail along the tiny bay as local choirs sing traditional Corfiot songs called "cantades".