Corfu: Unparallel beauty! Cosmopolitan charm!
Golden sandy beaches and turquoise waters, green hills, dozens of traditional villages, majestic palaces, fortresses, arched galleries, old mansions, romantic cantons, large squares, with its philharmonic orchestras to moderate and unique gastronomy, the blue-blooded Corfu is waiting for you.
Discover every beautiful corner of Corfu and wander: in the Old Town with the special Venetian character a UNESCO world heritage site, in the imposing Mon Repo palace, in the secular Liston, in Spianada square, in the fairy tale palace Achillion, in the famous Canoni, in Pontikonisi Church of Agios Spyridon, a religious reference point of the Corfiot’s.
Εnjoy the excellent local cuisine
As for the Corfiot cuisine, no recommendations are needed, some of its traditional dishes adorn the menus of the best restaurants in Greece. The most characteristic are the pastitsada, the burdeto and the sofrito. Tsitsimbira soft drink, kumquat products. Do not forget to buy Kumquat and famous mandoles.
The best time to visit Corfu
On Holy Week of the Orthodox Easter because you have to live, at least once in your life, Easter in Corfu. See the traditional Botides, the clay jugs that the locals throw from their balconies and enjoy the Corfu Philharmonic filling the cantons with melodies.
In summer to enjoy the beautiful beaches - organized or not - with the turquoise crystal-clear waters. In spring and autumn to explore the narrow streets (cantonments) with the the small squares of the old town.
How to use transportation in Corfu
Airport/port transfer options
Daily flights from Athens international Airport (duration approx. 01 hour) and Ferry connections from Igoumenitsa port in North-Western Greece.
Corfu is serviced by International Flights both scheduled and charter from European and U.K Airports
Public Buses to all destinations on the island! Taxis
We strongly recommend a Car Rental so you can enjoy the island at your leisure.