Really great to have the Corfu Travel Guide Forums back again !! They are so useful for people wishing to visit Corfu for the 1st time including those who have chosen to visit Agios Georgios, whether for the 1st time or 20th.
This beautiful resort is known by several names all of which mean 'St.George'. To distinguish it from a similarly named resort in the south of the island it has been known as 'Agios Georgios north' or maybe more correctly (but less well-known by visitors) 'Agios Georgios Pagon (or Pagi) after the name of the nearby village of Pagi. It is often referred to locally as 'San George'.
I have a place in Agios Georgios and I can honestly say that for those who like a peaceful holiday next to a beautiful sandy beach with a handful of lovely tavernas overlooking it.. Agios Georgios NW is certainly worth a look.
Nuffstrong, we have a place in Makrades and often walk the old mule trail down to Agios Georgios NW. The views at the top of the trail looking down over the AG bay and the islands is one of our favourite panoramas on the island. It is not so much fun walking back up again!<div></div><div>Last October we thought we saw schools of Dolphins in the entrance to the bay, we were a long way up the hill, but it looked as though they were all leaping out of the water and we counted hundreds. Do you think this is possible - or were we just looking at small breaking waves?</div><div></div><div>Marisa</div>