Pelekas sits on a hill on the West coast of Corfu about 15km from Corfu town and around 25 minutes by car and can be approached by different roads and areas. It is a very traditional, beautiful village and looks stunning nestled in on the hill side. The roads wind up through the village and some parts are narrow, there is little parking so it is best to park just before the village starts, where you can also find a small car park, and walk to the village square. There are plenty of tavernas, shops and bars in this area and a beautiful Orthodox church at its heart. The views out across the island are stunning from here and it is worth settling down with a drink to admire them. Further on from the square you can climb higher to Kaisers lookout, it is here Kaiser Wilhelm II would come to see the sunsets across the west coast and from here the views extend out across the whole island, you can drive to this point and there is a small car park and Cafe. The beach of Pelekas can be found a little further off from the village and can be walked in about 10 minutes or by a short car ride. It is a small sandy beach found on the West coast and there are some facilities to be found.