- Villas in Agni -
Agni located in the heart of the prestigious North East coast of Corfu has established itself as one of the most desirable locations in Greece. This small picturesque bay attracts an array of clientelle looking for a gastronomic experience in one of the three popular waterfront tavernas.
We have a selection of villas located in Agni and on the hillside overlooking Agni. Villa Rana is a three bedroom luxury property and is within easy walking distance of the bay. If you’re looking for a view then Villa Artemis and Villa Eos won’t disappoint. Both of these properties enjoy breath-taking views over the bay of Agni.
Villa Aphrodite is located on the coastal road just passed the Agni turn off. This extremely comfortable villa has a large new pool set in stone patios and enjoys fantastic views down over Krouzeri.
There are 3 restaurants down in Agni bay, all of them offering mouth watering dishes. Taverna Agni headed by Theo, the Son of Charilaos and Aphrodite, who opened the taverna in 1972, his Wife Nataliya and Theo’s Sister Eleni recognize that it is the special touches and attention to detail that turns an ordinary taverna into a really great one. The restaurant opens at 12 noon daily and normally continues to serve throughout the day and evening. Last food orders are taken at 11pm. Make your table reservations and arrive by speedboat taxi service from the surrounding bays and coves each evening.
COLLECTION POINT (subject to change and is weather dependent)
St Stephanos/Kerasia/ Kouloura
7.00pm – return 9:45pm
8:30pm – return 11:15pm
charge 5€ per person
8:00pm – return 10:45pm
charge 5€ per person
7.30pm or 8.45pm – return when 6 or more people are waiting
charge 2€ per person
Toulas run by Mrs Toula and chef Yiannis Mouzakis are reknown for serving traditional dishes with a modern twist. Favourite dishes include Tuna Tartar, the Corfiot Spicy fish stew ‘Bourdeto’ Shrimp Millefeuille and Lobster Pasta are all favourites on the menu.
Nikolas Taverna Perikles Katsaros and his family offer a warm welcome in one of the best loved and most frequented tavernas in Corfu. The building which now is the present taverna, has been in the possession of Perikles and his family for more than a century. The building was build in 1892 by the grandfather of Perikles. The top floor was the house that the family lived in and downstairs was the “kafeneion” with the bread oven and the olive press. Serving the very best in traditional Greek food, don’t miss their Greek night every Thursday evening during high season.