CORFU or KERKYRA is a very scenic holiday destination. The landscape is hilly and overgrown with cypresses, pine and olive trees. The hills run gently towards the sea and end in wonderfully long sandy beaches and small, lonely bays. Countless small churches, golden-colored sandy beaches, small harbors with colorful fishing boats, 3 million ancient olive trees, picturesque original mountain villages with hospitable people and hidden small taverns and a 5000-year-old cultural history.
The most dazzling gem of CORFU is the islands main city, which like the whole island is also called CORFU. The incomparable charm of the city is explained by a harmonious blend of completely opposite architectural elements, witnesses of different epochs and cultures that have passed over the island. Winding alleyways, Byzantine silent churches and monasteries, Venetian staircases and stone fountains, shaded arcades, lined squares and mighty fortresses.
What is certain is that CORFU does not only begin with its beaches, but offers far more for those who want to explore it.
Experience the original nature of the island, the multitude of cultural sights and the hospitality of the Corfiot people every day.