Corfu, Greece

Traditionally said to have been blessed by Mother Nature, Corfu boasts awe-inspiring natural beauty with emerald green vegetation kissing a coastline washed by azure waters. Situated just off the West coast of Greece this is one the most Northern of the Ionian Islands enjoying a mild Mediterranean climate year-round.

The Old Fortress of Corfu


More than three million evergreen olive trees cover the island of Corfu, making this one of the greenest of the Mediterranean islands. Holidaymakers can enjoy fantastic beaches, clear waters, a delightful Venetian-style capital, charming resorts, and amazing tavernas, seemingly around every corner.  With its natural beauties, wonderful history, and associations with myth and legend, Corfu begs to be explored.

Corfu town grew up around a busy port, still bustling today.  Its charming buildings have been preserved and here you’ll find the best shopping on the island … along with the only cricket pitch in Greece.

To the north of the island are strung the popular resorts of Sidari with its superb beaches and Roda whose relaxed atmosphere and stunning beaches. Kassiopi, formerly a quiet fishing village, has developed into a lively, bustling resort, as is Kavos with its superb combination of beaches and nightlife making this the resort of choice for the young and young at heart.

On the west coast  Paleocastritsa  has retained its laid-back ambiance: perfect for families and anyone wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Getting there couldn’t be easier with direct flights available out of Belfast and Dublin.

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