Traditional Greek Roots
The Kalami resort is on the northeast coast of the Greek Island of Corfu.
Kalami is a quiet little fishing village that has deliberately maintained its traditional Greek roots. The attraction of Kalami holidays is precisely that it has not allowed itself to be overtaken by tourism. There's a variety of shops selling all the essentials and a few souvenir shops but otherwise Kalami holidays pretty much reflect life as it always has been in this area. The beach at Kalami has some beautiful views backed by cypress tree covered hills and is overlooked by the 'White House', which was once the residence of writer Lawrence Durell.
Kalami holidays have facilities for water sports, including beginner and more accomplished water skiing, but Kalami holidays are primarily an opportunity to kick back and relax. Other than a few bars and tavernas and some very good restaurants there's little in the way of nightlife in Kalami. The scenic views, lovely weather and unspoilt beauty of the village are what attract people to Kalami holidays. The capital Corfu Town and the Airport are roughly 17 miles south of Kalami and there are a number of other resorts along the coast with more lively bars and discos if you need a change of pace. Holidays in Kalami typically attract families and couples looking for a simple Corfu holiday without the excesses of modern tourist resorts.