Welcome to Alipa

Alipa is the official port of Paleokastritsa- one of the most beautiful and popular regions of Corfu. Renowned for its spectacular beaches, hidden caves, mesmerizing turquoise water, and white sand beaches, accessible only by boat. Alipa port is the gateway to exploring the area by boat and is considered one of the most popular activities while visiting Corfu.

About Us

As the designated port of Paleokastritsa, our goal is to provide you with an unforgettable experience. We offer a diverse selection of boats for rental, tailored to meet the diverse needs and preferences of our guests.

The port is home to over 40 boat rental businesses, collectively operating hundreds of boats, all readily available to accommodate any customer's needs and preferences. Every boat is meticulously maintained and equipped with essential safety features, ensuring top-notch customer service.

Our experts are dedicated to helping you plan the perfect boating experience. With us, you can explore the stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and hidden coves that Corfu Island has to offer in comfort and style.


From the 8th century to today — The Story of Alipa

Alipa Bay, a key location in the port, was named after pirate "Alipos." During the Cold War, NATO built a navy base. It became an important part of the local community and transformed into a leading destination among visitors to Corfu.

Today, the port is known for its experienced captains and various boating experiences, providing visitors with diverse options to explore the island and its surroundings.

With a long and rich history, the port in Corfu has evolved into a leading destination for visitors. From its roots as a hub for trade and commerce, to its modern infrastructure, visitors can expect a wide range of boating experiences and the opportunity to discover the beauty of the island like never before..




Choose from over 100 boats at Alipa Corfu, and discover your perfect island adventure.




Join the 100k+ satisfied customers who trust Alipa Corfu for their boating needs each season.




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How many people can each boat cater to?

The number of guests per boat varies to the type of boat. During the booking process, you can choose the number of guests in your party, and we provide the boats accordingly.

Can we jump and swim?

Of course! It is not allowed to jump from a moving boat, but you can jump while the boat is anchored or if someone is on the boat. DO NOT JUMP FROM THE BOAT WHILE THE ENGINE IS RUNNING!!!

How long is the trip?

Trip times depend on the type of trip you choose during the booking.

Do we need a license to drive the boat?

No license is required for all engines under 30 HP. Above 30 HP engine a qualified captain is required.

 What do we see on the trip? what locations and beaches we will visit?

The basic tour will take to the caves of Paleokastritsa area (blue eye cave, etc.) and the nearby beaches such as Paradise beach, Stellari, and more

Can we drink alcohol on board?


Do you provide coolers and ice?

All boats have coolers, we can provide ice, drinks, and snacks depending on the different trip packages.

Can we snorkel?

Sure, snorkeling is recommended, some boats will have snorkeling equipment provided as well.

What do I do if I don’t know how to drive a boat?

Don”t worry, we got you covered. Every self-drive boat rental will start with a 15 min lesson on the boat and how to drive, drop anchor, and what areas to be aware of. We will also provide a detailed map and instruction manuals.

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Our Location

Alipa port is located in Paleokastritsa, a town on the northwest coast of the island of Corfu, Greece.