Corfu Travel Guide

Your easy guide to the best holiday in Corfu Island

Travel Guide

5 things to do in Corfu, Greece

Corfu, in Greece, is a lush, mountainous island, filled with cypress trees, olive groves and wondrous beaches. Learn about ancient mythology and soak in the wild countryside – it’s really the perfect holiday. Of course, there are plenty of resorts on the island – and...

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Corfu Car Rentals

Looking for a quality car rental in Corfu ? Corfu-Greece.com is here to help you. Pick up a car rental in Corfu and explore this vibrant and colorful island from the comfort of the driver's seat. Relax on Corfu's stunning beaches, drink up the sun in one of its...

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Vidos Island Corfu

Just beyond shouting distance of Corfu Town is the wooded tiny island of Vidos. Ferries plough pass by all day, all year, and from the boats you can see nothing of the tee-pee scout camps that lurk in the shade, elderly mattresses plonked haphardly onto camp beds; or...

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Tips on What To Do in Corfu

The island of Corfu provides peaceful sanctuary from Greece's crowded mainland cities, such as Athens. Many weary travelers look to Corfu for a relaxing time sipping coffee while watching others stroll down the cobblestone streets of Old Corfu Town. However, this...

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Corfu, Greece

About Corfu. Corfu is a little bit of this, a little bit of that. It’s a mix of Italian, French, British and Greek all swirled into one beautiful Corfu's beautiful coast. Photo credit: Wikipedia. potpourri of a town. Corfu, Greece Lifestyle Highlights * Enjoy a...

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Come here, my little kumquat

Introduced to Europe in the 1800s, the kumquat is native to China. In Cantonese, the kumquat is known as kin ku,' meaning golden orange.' It's thought to bring good fortune and wealth to have a fruit-bearing tree in your house during Chinese New Year. Corfu, Greece,...

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Rambling around colourful Corfu

Long lazy days on the beach with the sun beating down out of a clear blue sky. That, for many people, is Corfu. But as I discovered there's there’s another side to the island thanks to the opening of Corfu Trail. This way marked route which links the secret corners of...

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Corfu: August, 11th Celebrations

Every year, on 11 August, Corfu celebrates, with pomp and circumstance, over three days, an event that took place three centuries ago. This event was the victory of the locals and the Venetians against the Turks, on their last attack. Taking into consideration that:...

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Corfu a mature tourist island

The island of Corfu has been home to a succession of rulers and cultures, each one adding to a lush mix that has evolved into the most beautiful and fascinating of the Greek islands. Corfu has attracted tourists from around the world since the 1940's, and it is now...

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Top 5 Places to Visit in Corfu

Do you like going to new and better destinations to spend some quality time? People normally prefer to go to some of the best and popular destinations on the planet, but if you are a frequent traveler then you must have already seen most of these places. Hence, it’s...

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Corfu Island – New Fortress

The New Fortress of Corfu (Fortezza Nuova) that lies on the hill of Saint Marcus, was built by Venetians on the 16th century, when the need to protect the city became imperative and the Old Fortress could no longer provide safety... The New Fortress of Corfu (Fortezza...

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Welcome to Corfu

There’s plenty of fun to be had on Corfu. Great beaches, great watersports and some great bars and restaurants all add up to a perfect holiday. And with its beautiful scenery, it’s small wonder that the island also attracted more than its fair share of artists and...

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Welcome to Benitses Corfu

The quaint fishing village of Benitses is situated 12 kms south of the city of Corfu. Its name is mentioned for the first time in history in 1469. The water of the springs which flows from the mountains of Aghii Deka and Stavros, join together in two small rivers,...

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Welcome to Roda Corfu

Roda is a small lovely sleepy fishing village. Situated 38 kilometres Northwest of Corfu town ( Kerkyra ), on the northern tip of the Ionian Islands. Roda has one of the longest sand/shingle beach with shallow waters safe for swimming, each stretches for 4 kilometres...

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Corfu Traditional Recipes: Pastitsada

A traditional chicken recipe from the healthy cooking of Corfu. Kids and adults love it equally. To see recipe, press the more button. Chicken Stewed in Fragrant Tomato Sauce with Thick Pasta from Corfu / Chicken Pastitsada 4-6 servings ½ cup/120 ml extra-virgin Greek...

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Corfu waterfall of Nymphs

Nymphes. A big village with a lot of water , green and legends , built on a height of 200 meters. According to a legend, in old times, the Nymphs used to bathe in the village's waterfalls. A big village with a lot of water , green and legends , built on a height of...

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Easter celebrations in Corfu

Easter customs in Corfu. Colours and Aromas of Spring in the Garden of Music. To enjoy all the celebrations held in the city of Corfu, here is your Holy Week programme... Holy Week ceremonies begin on Palm Sunday. At 11.00 in the morning, the litany of the Holy Shrine...

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Corfu Easter

Easter in Corfu The most spectacular event of the year..... For the Greek people, Easter is by far one of the most important festival of the year and Easter in Corfu is unique! Good Friday brings solemn processions in memory of the burial of Christ. The processions...

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Corfu Guide: Sightseeing on Island

Sightseeing around the island, a perfect chance to view areas, villages, resorts you can visit all around the island.... (Area 592 sq. km) Paleokastrltsa, 26 kilometres west of Corfu town, a miniature earthly paradise with its crystal clear waters, enchanting coves...

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Corfu Guide: Sightseeing in Corfu Town

Sighseeing in Corfu Town, archaeological museum, Byzantine museum, Oriental Art, Town Hall... (Area 592 sq. km) The Archaeological Museum,tel.: (26610) 30.680, (26610) 38.124 The Byzantine Museum housed in the Church of the Panayia Antivouniotissa (closed for the time...

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