Pentati is a small but charming seaside village in the west part of Corfu, 4 km south of Agios Gordios. The pronunciation is more like Pendati. It is away from the main island roads and not very popular among tourists, although it has a few tavernas and cafes to offer visitors. The village is connected with the beach of Paramonas via a coastal road, and with the old uphill villages of Ano Pavliana and Kato Pavliana.

Pentati has a small beach about 100 meters from the village, reachable via a foot path (the same path also lead to Agios Gordios beach and it is less than 1 km in length). The beach is called Fieroula or Pentati beach, and it is very rocky, suitable only for swimming, snorkeling or isolation.

Among the locals Pentati is known for its Sardine festival which takes place in the village every year in one of the summer months.

highlights: charming seaside village close to Agios Gordios, village in Corfu, Ionian Islands, Greece

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Entering Pentati via the coastal road from ParamonasDriving through the narrow streetDriving through the narrow streetOne of the few tavernas in PentatiThe outskirts of the village
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