The diverse landscape of Corfu and the variety of things to do and see have contributed to the great tourist development of this island. The old town centre that seems not to have changed since the old times, the amazing beaches and the breathtaking scenery captivate every visitor.
The traditional way of life is still evident in some villages of Corfu – people still organize and join religious festivals, the so-called panigyria – while the Corfiot cuisine is what tourist prefer and love trying when visiting Corfu.
During your visit on Corfu, do not miss the chance to visit the famous landmarks of the old town centre along with the renovated museums and churches, located in the alleyways or enjoy all-day relaxation on beaches across the island.
In Corfu’s International Airport there are frequent flights from London and many other European cities. There are four flights per day from Athens and, while there are no bus routes from the airport to the town, you can only get a bus from the bus stop on the central road or a taxi that costs five to seven Euros. There are also ferries arriving on Corfu from many cities of Italy, like Venice, Ancona and Bari. The voyage takes about 8 to 28 hours, depending on the place you are coming from.
The climate of Corfu is characterized by mild, rainy winter months and sunny summer months. It is mostly rainy in winter and autumn, while in spring rains are not so frequent. During the summer months it is very hot and sunny on Corfu. The ideal period for swimming on Corfu is from July to September, when the temperature is really high.
Corfu is well known for its vivid nightlife, depending always on the resort you stay. Young people between 18 and 30 visit Kavos, Ipsos as well as Roda, Gouvia and Dassia which offer numerous bars and huge nightclubs. Corfu Town […]Read More