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Corfu is one of Greece’s island treasures, famous for its sweeping coastline, mountain landscapes, historic architecture, sleepy villages and cultural centers. Explore this part of the Ionian Islands, a collection of islands off the west coast of mainland Greece.
Find a fusion of British, French, Greek and Italian influences in Kerkira (Corfu Town), the scenic island’s cultural heart. Look for the British neoclassical Palace of St. Michael and George and the Venetian-style Old Fortress. Admire the arcaded mansions along Liston Promenade and spot Asian art and antiques at the Museum of Asian Art. Visit nearby Gastouri and marvel at the Achilleion, a majestic palace set amid cypress and myrtle trees.
An hour’s drive north of Kerkira, the northeast coast is home to family-friendly towns such as Barbati Beach and Kalami Bay. Rent gear to snorkel or scuba dive in the Ionian Sea. Nearby, visit Corfu’s highest mountain, the 2,927-foot (906-meter) Mount Pantokrator. Hike or drive to the summit for unbeatable views of Corfu and mainland Greece.
On the northwestern shore, find beaches with postcard-perfect backdrops. Canal d’Amour is one of Corfu’s natural wonders, with cliffs and caves along small beaches. Enjoy the island’s best sunsets over the rugged shoreline of Sunset Beach. From Arillas Beach and past Pelekas Beach, glorious stretches of beaches run along the west coast. Don’t miss a tour of the ancient Paleokastritsa Monastery, set on a hilltop above Paleokastritsa Beach.
Explore the peaceful countryside of the island’s interior, with traditional villages surrounded by scenic olive groves. Chat with friendly locals in the taverns of Skripero. Ride on horseback through woodlands and vineyards above Ano Korakiana. In the island’s far south, Kavos attracts a young crowd with its nightlife and high-energy water sports.
Reach Corfu by flying or catching a ferry to Kerkira. Get around the island using a rented car or moped. Presenting an interesting mix of coastline, countryside and culture, Corfu is a popular destination for couples, families and honeymooners.
If you are wondering where to stay in Corfu, check out Expedia's Corfu hotel options. There are no less than 134 accommodations to choose from in this beloved destination.
The Corfu Imperial, Grecotel Exclusive Resort and the Grecotel Eva Palace will appeal to those who appreciate a little luxury and want to spend as much time relaxing as possible while on the island. Those looking for cheaper accommodation will enjoy the Dassia Beach and the Royal Boutique Hotel, two of the island's cheaper choices.
Chilling on a beach doing not much at all sure is nice, but there's nothing like diving into new and incredible experiences on your vacation!
This place has plenty of activities. Here are some suggestions to jump start your trip to Corfu:
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Drain smell at nt in corridors not good, but this pong crops up all over Corfu town! Otherwise, delightful staff, comfy bed, good breakfast buffet. We walked into the town, it takes 20/25 min & is lovely on the coast or through the parkland. Lots of great tavernas & cafes en route.
Meals were great. Two included was plenty. The only downside was that the bathrooms were open with minimal privacy.
Views amazing! Awkward to get around. Staff were not bad, some a little unfriendly. Beautiful location. Definitely not 5 star though as you say on your website. 4 star only
We loved all of the kids oriented activities and the food was quite good as well