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Corfu is one of the most beautiful islands in Greece, known for its lush greenery, wild colorful flowers, and dense vegetation. With more than 2 million olive trees, the island’s landscape is breathtaking. Corfu’s history is rich and deeply ingrained in Greek culture and tradition, dating back more than 3000 years. The island has a unique blend of natural beauty, with dozens of attractions, including picturesque beaches, making it an ideal destination for tourists looking for a perfect blend of history and nature. Unlike the rest of Greece, Corfu (Kerkyra in Greek) was never under Ottoman rule. Due to centuries of domination by the Venetians, French, and British, the island has primarily become part of the Western rather than the Levantine world, making it a place with a unique blend of cultures and traditions.


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Places to Live

Town (Chora)

Experience the heart of Corfu island by staying in the charming town of Corfu, also known as Chora. This is the perfect destination for those seeking an active and lively vacation spot. As the island's main settlement, Corfu town offers a wealth of options for visitors. From mouth-watering local cuisine to trendy bars, historic museums, and a wide array of attractions to explore. This UNESCO World Heritage-listed town is more than just a pretty face; it's a cultural melting pot. The town is a blend of different architectural styles from the centuries of different dominators, making it an elegant and unique place to visit. Corfu town is the beating heart of the island, it's the perfect place to immerse yourself in the island's rich history, culture, and tradition while enjoying all the modern amenities the town has to offer.  


Explore the lively and cosmopolitan resort of Gouvia, known for its lively atmosphere and endless options for visitors. The village is home to the largest marina on the island and offers plenty of beaches, providing the perfect place for water sports enthusiasts to enjoy activities such as water skiing. Gouvia presents itself as a small yet modern destination that caters to the needs of every traveler. The village stretches mainly along the coastal road, providing a variety of dining options, from traditional taverns to trendy restaurants, and a lively nightlife scene. Gouvia is the ideal destination for those looking for a diverse and exciting vacation spot, whether you're seeking a relaxing day at the beach or an action-packed adventure.  


Ypsos is a seaside village that sits at the base of Mount Pantokrator, the highest mountain on the island of Corfu. The village is nestled in a picturesque bay and is known for its lively atmosphere. It is one of the most bustling and developed tourist destinations on the eastern coast of the island and is located just 15 kilometers away from the island's main city of Corfu Town.  


Kassiopi is a town that was built on the ruins of an ancient city. During the Roman era, Kassiopi thrived, particularly because of its strategic location on a major sea route. The town is known for its warm hospitality, and many visitors return year after year. You can find a variety of shops, cafes, restaurants, and bars in the town and a picturesque fishing port with views of Mount Pantokrator in the background and the port of Saranda in Albania in the foreground.  


Acharavi was once a small village that revolved around a central well, but it has since grown into a small town. It now boasts modern amenities such as banks, supermarkets, schools, parks, and a variety of shops. As the main town in the northern part of the island, located 35 km from Corfu Town, Acharavi offers a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere that is perfect for families and couples seeking rest and relaxation, as well as entertainment. The town is situated in a flat and picturesque area.  


Roda is a charming summer resort that is situated on the northern coast, 35 km from Corfu Town. The village offers all the amenities of a typical tourist destination, including a variety of shops, taverns, snack bars, travel agencies, excursion organizations, internet cafes, pubs, and clubs. Its picturesque location on the edge of the coast makes it a popular choice among visitors.  

Saint Stefanos

Saint Stefanos, also known as Agios Stefanos, is an idyllic fishing village that seamlessly blends traditional whitewashed buildings with luxury hotels. Situated on the northwest coast and 35 kilometers from Corfu Town, this unspoiled resort offers a peaceful and authentic experience. The beach of Agios Stefanos Avliotes has been recognized for its cleanliness and high-quality services, having been awarded the blue flag.  


Paleokastritsa, located in the northern part of Corfu, offers a peaceful and serene atmosphere for visitors looking for a quieter side of the island. This small resort town boasts traditional tavernas, studios, and a selection of boutique hotels for the discerning traveler. Dubbed as the "jewel of Corfu," Paleokastritsa consists of a series of beaches, coves, and bays, making it an ideal place to explore the natural beauty of the island. The town is considered one of the most beautiful and breathtaking spots not only on the island but also in the entire Ionian Islands.  


Liapades is a quaint and rustic Greek village that thrives on the duality of summer tourism and winter agriculture. This idyllic destination is nestled in the Ropa Valley, a region of unparalleled natural splendor on the northwest coast of the island and is located a mere 20 kilometers from the bustling city of Corfu Town. The main beach of Liapades, Gefyra, boasts a unique combination of sandy and pebbly shores and is renowned for its crystal-clear, azure waters. The surrounding cliffs are also home to a series of enchanting sea caves, further enhancing the natural beauty of the area.

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    Sports & Nature

    Sports and Activities

    Paxos Antipaxos Cruise

    Uncover the hidden gems of the sea with this once-in-a-lifetime Paxos Antipaxos Cruise. The Blue Caves of Paxos, only accessible by boat, are a natural wonder not to be missed. Set sail and take in the panoramic views of Corfu and its surrounding islets as you make your way to the caves. Explore the Yppantis Cave and Ahai Cave, known for their unique geology and crystal-clear waters. Take a break and cool off with a swim on the secluded Voutumi beach of Antipaxos before continuing on to the charming village of Gaios for a leisurely lunch and some well-deserved relaxation. This full-day cruise is the perfect way to experience the beauty of the island from a different perspective.  

    Paragliding Ride at Megali Beach

    Get ready to take off and feel the rush of wind beneath your wings with a Paragliding Ride at Megali Beach. Experience the awe-inspiring sensation of gliding through the skies above the stunning Corfu coastline on a paraglider. No prior experience is necessary for this thrilling adventure, making it a perfect opportunity for travelers to seek a dose of adrenaline.  

    Winery tour with Wine tasting at Theotoky Estate

    Take a break from the beaches of Corfu and immerse yourself in the lush greenery of the Ropa Valley with a winery tour and wine tasting at Theotoky Estate. Join a guided tour of the family-owned estate, where you will have the opportunity to explore the vineyards and learn about the winemaking process. After the tour, indulge in a wine tasting experience, where you will sample a variety of unique and high-quality wines that are not widely available for purchase. This tour is the perfect way to discover the hidden gems of the Ropa Valley and indulge in the local delicacies of Corfu.  

    Corfu Countryside Hiking Tour

    Experience the natural diversity of Corfu with a Countryside Hiking Tour through the mountains of the island. The tour will take you through a variety of landscapes, from the sparkling blue sea to the golden sandy beaches, through lush olive groves, along creeks and waterfalls, and up to the rocky alpine hills of Mt. Pantokrator. The area offers dreamlike landscapes and is perfect for walkers. With the tour, you will get to witness the unique beauty of the island and explore the hidden gems of Corfu. The tour also offers an opportunity to experience the nature and culture of the island, as well as to get a workout and enjoy the fresh air.  


    Elevate your vacation in Corfu with a thrilling parasailing experience at Sidari Beach. With this adventure, you'll get to soar high above the sea and take in the breathtaking views of the island from a unique perspective. Before taking off, you'll receive a safety briefing and be outfitted with professional equipment. Whether you choose to fly solo or with a companion, you'll receive guidance from the experienced staff on how to make the most of your flight. Keep in mind that the journey to the flight zone by ferry takes approximately one hour, but the round-trip is worth it for the chance to fly for about ten minutes and experience the sensation of being weightless, the sea breeze, and the panoramic views it offers.  


    If you're looking for a heart-pumping adventure, look no further than Flyfish at Saint George Beach. This extreme mini-tour will take you on a wild ride as you learn to control the Flyfish and keep it flying for as long as possible. It's a thrilling experience that will get you as close to an adrenaline rush as possible. Keep in mind that it's a challenging activity, but the skill is learning how to ride it, keeping it flying as long as you can. If you're seeking a unique and exciting way to enjoy the beach and get a dose of adrenaline, Flyfish is definitely worth a try.  

    Rock Climbing Experience

    Experience the thrill of rock climbing and discover Corfu from a new angle with a climbing adventure on Vouni Mountain. This activity offers an opportunity to challenge yourself and push your limits while being surrounded by the natural beauty of the island. The combination of climbing and the breathtaking views of the endless blue sea and the smells of nature will make for an unforgettable vacation. Whether you're an experienced climber or a beginner looking for a new challenge, this rock climbing experience will test your skills and provide an unforgettable adventure that you will remember forever.

    Beaches nearby

    Canal of Love

    The Canal of Love, also known as the Canal d'Amour, is a natural wonder that is said to bring eternal love to any couple who swims in its waters. The unique geology of the area, created by the friction of waves against the sandy rocks, has sculpted beautiful and unique shapes. The Ionian winds have also carved out a mysterious channel under the rocks, which is a haven for divers to explore the magical underwater world. It's a perfect spot for romantic couples to visit and enjoy the scenery, the legend, and the natural beauty of the area all in one.  


    Myrtiotissa is home to one of the most picturesque beaches on the island, known for its crystal-clear waters, golden sands, and rich seabed for diving. Although the beach is only accessible by 4X4 or by foot after a 20-minute hike, the journey is well worth it for the chance to experience the natural beauty of the area. The beach also features a stream with fresh water that flows from the rocks into the sea, adding to the unique and secluded experience of this paradise beach. This is a perfect spot for those who seek a secluded and unspoiled place to relax, swim, and enjoy nature.  

    Saint George

    Saint George is a great place to visit for families and small children, thanks to its shallow waters on one side and deeper waters on the other. The area offers a variety of water activities such as boat, canoe, or water bike rides in the natural port of Porto Timone, where visitors can enjoy the clear seabed and the natural beauty of the place. The beach is also equipped with amenities such as snacks, food, cocktails, water sports, and accommodation, making it a convenient and enjoyable spot for a day or even a longer stay.  


    Glyfada boasts a vast expanse of sandy terrain, located in proximity to the island's premier water amusement park, Aqualand. The area is surrounded by picturesque cypress and olive trees, offering breathtaking vistas. Additionally, the beach is lined with numerous tavernas that offer a mouth-watering selection of seafood dishes, making it a top destination for both Italian and Greek vacationers during the summer months.  


    Kalami is a verdant pebbly beach located on the island of Corfu, known for its crystal-clear, shallow waters that have earned it the Blue Flag designation. The beach offers a plethora of water activities, including sunbeds, umbrellas, and a wide range of snack and beach bars that serve delicious cocktails. Additionally, the beach is home to traditional taverns that offer an unforgettable dining experience.

    History & Tradition

    Corfu, also known as Kerkyra, is an island with a rich and fascinating history dating back over 3,000 years. The island has been shaped by various civilizations throughout the centuries, including the Phaeacians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, French, and British, each leaving their own unique mark on the island. Despite the numerous raids, barbarian attacks, and conquests by Europeans during the medieval period, Corfu managed to survive and keep its Greek identity intact by incorporating the best elements of the civilizations that passed through the island.
     According to legend, the island was the refuge of Odysseus, as described by Homer, when he escaped from Calypso and finally on his way home, he faced the wrath of Poseidon (the god of the sea) who turned his ship into a rock, forcing Odysseus to find refuge on the shores of Sheria, which at that time was ruled by the Phaeacians. Over the centuries, the place took many other names until it acquired the current Corfu, which is believed to be named after the nymph Corfu, daughter of the river Asopus. There are many versions of this story, especially those connected with the origin of the name Corfu.
    The island's well-preserved Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, showcases its diverse architectural styles, including Venetian and French influences. Visitors can explore the island's historic landmarks such as the Old Fortress, the Palace of St. Michael and St. George, and the Church of St. Spyridon, the island's patron saint. The island's rich past continues to be a major draw for visitors from all over the world, making it an unforgettable destination for history buffs and culture seekers.

    Must Places to Visit

    Old Fortress

    Explore the impressive Old Fortress of Corfu, a monument of architectural excellence that dates back to the 15th century. The fortress was erected by the Venetians on a rocky promontory that overlooks the eastern side of the island. The city of Corfu is separated from the fortress by a man-made moat, known as the "contrafossa." This fortress has stood the test of time, withstanding centuries of changes and additions, but the final and current form of the fortress was completed by the Venetians. It is a must-see attraction for all visitors to the island, offering a glimpse into the island's rich history and culture.  

    Spianada Square

    The heart of Corfu beats at Spianada Square, the grandest and largest square on the island. Its expansive lawns, surrounded by elegant arcaded buildings, invite visitors to take a leisurely stroll and soak in the charming ambiance. The square's history dates back to the 16th century when the Venetians demolished buildings surrounding the fortress to improve its visibility and defensive capabilities, leaving the square with a sense of grandeur and space. Take a moment to sit at one of the traditional cafes, enjoy a coffee or a drink while overlooking the square, and admire the beauty of the Liston, a famous arcaded promenade lined with cafes and restaurants. It's a perfect place for people-watching. At night, the square comes alive with street performers and musicians, making it the perfect spot for an evening stroll. Spianada Square is a must-see for any tourist visiting Corfu and a true reflection of the island's culture and history.  


    Explore the picturesque islet of Pontikonisi, known as the most photographed spot in Corfu, located in the southern part of the island. The islet is home to the charming church of Panagia tis Vlacherna and is accessible by boat. According to Greek mythology, it was once a ship belonging to the Phaeacians, transformed into an island by the gods as punishment for helping Odysseus return home. Take a walk around the island and enjoy the crystal-clear waters and whitewashed houses. Climb to the top for breathtaking views of the surrounding area and the church of Panagia tis Vlacherna. A must-see for any visitor to Corfu.  

    Mon Repos Palace

    Step back in time at Mon Repos Palace, a Neoclassical mansion located on top of a green hill, surrounded by pine trees and white pebbled paths. Built in 1831 by English commissioner Adams as a summer residence for his wife from Corfu, it was designed by local architect Ioannis Chronis. The palace served as a time capsule, transporting visitors to a bygone era of grandeur. During the British occupation, it also served as a seminary. The palace's impressive architecture and lush surroundings make it a must-see for any history buff or tourist visiting Corfu.  

    Achillion Palace Corfu

    Explore the grandeur of the Achillion Palace, located just 10 km from Corfu Town. This stunning palace was built by the famous Princess Sissy, also known as Elizabeth of Austria. Surrounded by a tropical garden and adorned with statues, the palace offers a glimpse into the opulent lifestyle of the past. The palace was built in 1890 by Italian architect Raphael Carito and named after Elizabeth's favorite mythical hero, Achilles. It was built on the spot of the house where the Greek philosopher Petros Brailas Armenis lived, located on a hill in Gastouri with a view of the Ionian Sea. This palace is a must-see for any history buff or tourist visiting Corfu.  

    Anghelokastro Castle

    Discover the Anghelokastro Castle, a Byzantine fortress located north of Paleokastritsa on the way to Aghios Georgios. The castle is perched on a hilltop, surrounded by the sea on three sides. Before the Venetian conquest of Corfu in 1386, the island was protected by three castles: The fortress of Cassiopi in the northwest, the fortress of Gardiki in the south, and the Anghelokastro in the west. Excavations in 1999 revealed artifacts dating back to the 5th-7th centuries, proving that the site was fortified since ancient times. This castle is a must-see for history buffs and offers a glimpse into the island's past.



    Experience the vibrant culture of Corfu by attending one of the many fairs and festivals held throughout the year in the villages and towns of the island. These celebrations are a perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the local traditions, with traditional costumes, music, and dances on display. Taste the local delicacies and sweets, and share in the warmth and hospitality of the Corfiot people. These festivals are a must-see for any visitor looking to truly experience the island's culture and customs.  

    The earthquake

    Experience a unique tradition in Corfu by witnessing the reenactment of the great earthquake at the Holy Church of Panagia Faneromenis of the Strangers in the old town of Corfu. This event takes place early in the morning on Holy Saturday, specifically at 6 am, the earth shakes with the thumps of the worshipers on the temple floor. The reenactment is a powerful and impressive custom that only lasts a few minutes, but it is worth experiencing for anyone visiting the island during this time. This tradition is a perfect opportunity to learn about the island's culture and customs.  


    Experience the unique and lively custom of Botides, which takes place on Holy Saturday morning in the streets of the old town of Corfu. At 11 am, the bells ring merrily as hundreds of clay jugs, called "botides", are thrown from balconies onto the streets below. The custom is said to symbolize the resurrection and the jugs breaking is a symbol of life, it's a joyful celebration. The best place to see the custom is the "petofanaro" in the square, and according to tradition, many people take a piece of the broken jugs as a charm. This custom is a must-see for any visitor to the island during this time, it's a perfect opportunity to learn about the island's culture and customs.  


    Indulge in the delicious cuisine of Corfu, a fusion of Greek and Western flavors with influences from Mediterranean cuisine and a generous use of spices. Some of the island's most popular dishes and sweets include fruto frescamenda, a sweet pear dish with thorns, mandols, almonds baked with caramel and the traditional sweet mandolato made with sesame, almonds, honey, sugar, and rose water. These traditional dishes are a must-try for any food lover visiting Corfu and offer a taste of the island's unique culinary heritage.  


    Experience the unique custom of Mastela, a tradition that takes place on Holy Saturday morning in Corfu. According to this custom, residents place a barrel filled with water, decorated with ribbons in the middle of the street, inviting passers-by to drop coins into it for good luck. When the bells of the First Resurrection ring, a daring person must dive into the barrel and retrieve the coins. This custom is a must-see for any visitor to the island during this time, it's a perfect opportunity to learn about the island's culture and customs, and to participate in a fun and interesting tradition.  

    Food & Nightlife

    Corfu cuisine is a genre of Greek cuisine with a wide range of flavors and outstanding dishes that originated in Corfu and the Ionian Islands. The majority of Corfu cuisine's ingredients and recipes originate in Venice, however they have obviously been modified for the island's ingredients and climate. For those seeking an evening of top-notch Greek music, the Old Town of Corfu's capital city has clubs, bouzouki, and rebetika to offer. On Corfu's main road, notably on the Boulevard of National Resistance, are the most well-known and popular clubs where one can seek the night life.

    Must Places to Visit

    Marina's Tavern

    For authentic and high-quality Corfu cuisine with traditional flavors, Marina Tavern is the place to go. The restaurant offers a cozy and traditional atmosphere with wooden tables, artwork on the walls, and bright curtains. The dishes are made with the best quality ingredients sourced from all around Corfu island, giving you the chance to enjoy the best of the island's flavors.  


    Limnopoula fish tavern is a seaside restaurant located in the small village of South Petritis, which is known for its fresh fish market and the fish shops that line its port. For two decades, Limnopoula has been serving fresh fish and seafood to its customers. The tavern is situated right by the sea, allowing customers to enjoy their meals while taking in the beautiful views.  

    The Kokoria

    "The Kokoria" is a dining establishment that primarily serves up authentic Corfu cuisine while also experimenting with new flavors. It's a beloved spot among the community and boasts a welcoming atmosphere. Situated just beyond Liston Corfu, the restaurant welcomes you to savor the tastes of medieval Corfu in a picturesque setting.  


    "Rex" is a posh eatery that boasts an opulent atmosphere and serves up classic Greek dishes. With a reputation that dates back to 1932, it's a renowned staple in Corfu's culinary scene. The restaurant features the artwork of a well-known Corfu artist, and its traditional cobblestone street and historic architecture add to its allure.  

    Kaizer Bridge

    "Kaizer Bridge" is a unique gastronomic bar that sits by the sea and boasts a one-of-a-kind setting as a portion of its space is built on a wooden pier. The location of this establishment is truly special, and its Greek fare is of excellent quality, featuring delicious dishes. You can expect friendly and attentive service from the staff.  

    Porto Timoni

    Perched on the edge of the Afiona promontory, just before the secluded beaches of Porto Timoni, lies the Porto Timoni Restaurant. Diners are treated to an unobstructed vista of the Agios Georgios Pagon bay that will take your breath away. Not only does the restaurant boast an idyllic location, but it also offers a delectable selection of traditional Greek dishes and refreshing drinks to complement the view.  

    54 Dreamy Nights

    "54 Dreamy Nights" is a stylish disco situated near the port of Corfu. The club boasts a wide range of music options, from House to Hip Hop, to Greek traditional music, and it is considered one of the most elegant on the island. The 54 Dreamy Nights Club offers an affordable luxury experience that will give you a sense of enjoyment.  


    "Montecristo" is a popular disco located in the Ypsos neighborhood of Corfu. The club features House music and a variety of delicious cocktails. The highlight of the week is the famous foam party, which attracts a lot of young people, particularly Italians. If you're looking to dive into the island's nightlife, Montecristo is a spot you shouldn't miss.  

    Save Rock Bar

    "Save Rock Bar" is a lively, alternative bar located in the city of Corfu, where you can enjoy a drink while listening to some of the best Metal and Hard Rock music. The bar is decorated with a theme that matches its name, and its atmosphere is energetic and lively. In this place, you'll find a team of experts behind the bar who are well-versed in all things metal and rock music. They'll be happy to make recommendations and share their enthusiasm for the genre. And, you'll appreciate that the prices are reasonable and fair, making it easy to indulge in a night of great music and drinks with your friends.  

    La Grotta Bar

    "La Grotta Bar" is a unique and exciting club located near Paleokastritsa, featuring a cave-like setting carved into the rocks and overlooking the sea. The Cave is the perfect spot for a sunset aperitif or to dance the night away to the beat of classical music. The challenging and mesmerizing natural landscape makes it a truly unforgettable experience.  


    "Stagones" is a vibrant and in-demand outdoor club that draws a diverse crowd of attractive people every night. Here, you'll find a lively atmosphere where you can drink, dance, and socialize until the early hours of the morning. It's the perfect spot to let loose, make new connections, and feel alive.