Acharavi Beach is located in the small resort town of Acharavi, situated on the northern outskirts of Corfu, Greece. The beach is 7 km long and features grainy white sand, a smooth descent, and warm water, making it a popular destination for families and romantic travelers. Originally named after the goddess of youth, Hebe, the settlement was later renamed to Acharavi, meaning "destroyed youth". German tourists tend to frequent this beach, while young people generally avoid it. Acharavi offers a range of amenities, including deck chairs, sling chairs, beach bars, taverns, and bars, as well as small stores, a hairdresser's salon, restaurants, cafes, and an aqua park in the village. Though there are few hotels in Acharavi, tourists can find apartments for any budget. The best time to visit Greece is in late spring or early summer, or in September-October. Acharavi Beach is located 40 km from Kerkyra Airport, and can be reached by bus with transfers or taxi rental. While Acharavi has few attractions, visitors can explore the cliff of Pantokrator and the historical museum at the resort, and arrange excursions to Paleokastritsa and Kerkyra from the beach.