|M/Y Triana anchored in the bay|
Havelock has anchored the yacht in Kalami bay, approx. 30 km north of Corfu town. It is truly a beautiful drive along the coast and Corfu has a lot of memorable roads. When driving up the coastal road you should put on the appropriate music and enjoy the beautiful scenery because this is definitely a road to remember. In the very beginning we see Sir Timothy Havelock study some charts, marking a position in his daily log, and the charts on his desk show just this particular coastline of Corfu, including Kalami bay.
"Go back to the Triana and wait. I'll come strait to Corfu I promise..."
-Bond to Melina-
It is here that Gonzales kills Melina's parents aboard the Triana in the beginning of the film, just after dropping off Melina from his sea plane.
This small fishing village was home to the British novelist, travel writer and poet Lawrence Durrell, and his brother Gerald, who both lived here in the late 1930's. Their house is called "The white house" and is seen in the picture above, just by the water. The top floor, apparently where the Durrell brothers lived, is available for rent during the summer season. It can also be rented during the winter season on request.
|From Kalami bay you see straight over to Albania|