Cape Drastis

The Cape of Drastis is a complex of rocks in the sea like Canal D’amour. For centuries, the wind and the waves helped to form amazingly sculptures, where the access is done only by boat. The area is protected from human intervention and remains pure. Located on the north western side of Corfu Island near Peroulades.

Cаpе Drаstis (Ακρωτήριο Δράστης in Grееκ) is thе northwesternmost pоint οf Cοrfu islаnd.
From Peroulades to the parking area at the end of the sealed road on Google Maps.
The 950m Off-Road route on Google Maps.

Once you get to the main square of Peroulades just follow the signs. There is no access to the cape itself because it is private, but at the end of the off-road route, a boat comes in and does trips to Sidari (12 Euros one way), or 30 minute round trip to look at the stunning rock formations and cliffs of Cape Drastis (12 Euros per person).

Tip: You can take better pictures after midday, especially at sunset.
Warning: Pay attention to your children. The edge of the cliff is not protected.
Warning: Unless you have a 4×4 or SUV, dont drive on the dirt / gravel road. Standard cars will struggle with the poor road conditions. There is a small parking area at the end of the sealed road.