DAY WALKS AND HIKES ON THE ISLAND OF CORFU

Fancy to walk in Corfu but not directly the whole Corfu Trail?

At Aperghi Travel we organize guided day walks on a regular basis. For example, you can join a regular tour up to Pantokrator Mountain. Or you can book a walking guide for a day and do a day hike tailored to your wishes!

  • Spring colours
  • Viewpoint Stavros
  • Southwest Coast
  • West Coast views
  • Olive Groves
  • Aquaduct
  • High above the West Coast
  • Mountain flanks
  • CT sign
  • Hoopoe

Walking the Corfu Trail



Discover with us the hidden wonders of Corfu! Walk amidst shady olive groves, rest in picturesque villages. Enjoy a fascinating walking holiday on Corfu...

Please find some of our self-guided walking programmes below

7 NIGHTS CORFU TRAIL INDVIDUAL SOUTH

7 NIGHTS CORFU TRAIL HIGHLIGHTS

7 NIGHTS CORFU TRAIL NORTH

14 NIGHTS CORFU TRAIL INDIVIDUAL

SPECIAL:

7 NIGHTS INDIVIDUAL CORFU TRAIL - ACCOMMODATION IN TOWN



Possibilities for walking in Corfu are endless, not only on the footpaths which make up the Corfu Trail, but also on other ancient paths through olive groves and by the breathtaking coastline where you discover the beauty and nature of Corfu. Our guide will tell you a lot about everything you see on the way

Good physical condition, some hiking experience and shoes with good profile are an absolute must.

Always carry at least 1 L water per person and some snacks, wear light clothes and carry sunscreen and a hat.

Below you will find just a few examples:

Day hike up to Pantokrator mountain (907 m above sea level) from Ipsos or Barbati. Circular hike, 20 km/ 1000 m ascent and descent, approx. 8 hrs.

Half day hike between Agios Ioannis or Benitses and Stavros Mountain, with views over the Eastern coastline. Approx. 14 km. / 4 hrs/ 450 m ascent & descent

Day walk along Erimitis Peninsula, from Kaminaki beach to Kassiopi. With abundant opportunities for swimming. Approx. 15 km/ 5 hrs./ 300 m ascent & descent. The Erimitis Peninsula is almost the entire Northeast Peninsula of the island, stretching from San Stefanos to Avlaki. This area contains a huge biodiversity of immense natural beauty and is a paradise for walkers and nature lovers. Unfortunately, plans for heavy construction in this area are well under way, which would mean a desaster for the ecological value. Please follow the link to the website and show your suport.