Part of the Ionian group of islands lying west of the Greek mainland, Corfu has long been popular with visitors from all over the world. With its unspoilt views, traditional villages and beautiful beaches, the island is dotted with olive trees, cypresses, orange and lemon groves and rightly described as the “Emerald Island”.
Corfu’s appeal is renowned throughout the world, from its beautiful beaches to historic fortifications, the island is a vivid expression of authentic Greek culture and history.
Much of Corfu is a vibrant and bustling modern haven with numerous and varied bars, restaurants and clubs which are in abundance all around the seaside resorts, much remains untouched by modern life.
Corfu’s old town is a maze of winding narrow streets adorned with historical buildings, charming little boutiques and souvernir shops, of course plenty of traditional tavernas and a real treasure trove to explore and lose track of time.
Capital CityCorfu Town
Best Time to VisitMay to October
The “Emerald” island of unspoilt views, traditional villages and beautiful beaches and adorned with olive trees, cypresses, orange and lemon groves….
Whether you are after a lively holiday full of entertainment and watersports or a quiet holiday, full of relaxation, culture and family time, Corfu has something wonderful to suit everyone.