"Corfu is an island filled with great entertainment, traditional tavernas and stunning hotels overlooking the Aegean Sea."
Corfu is the second largest of the Ionian islands, whose history has been bound with the history of Greece since the beginning of Greek mythology. Its Greek name, Kerkyra, is connected to two powerful water symbols, Poseidon and Asopos. Corfu is just off the West coast of Greece and is one of the most Northern Ionian Islands, which enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate ideal for a beach holiday. Corfu boasts breath-taking natural beauty, covered with over 3 million evergreen olive trees and is one of the greenest of the Mediterranean islands.
The island is best described as a paradise, combining stunning golden beaches, turquoise waters, and plenty of luscious green vegetation. This makes it ideal for people who want to go and relax on the sun-kissed shores of the Ionian Sea. On this cosmopolitan island, visitors can combine relaxation with an exciting evening social scene, stylish restaurants, as well as traditional tavernas, cafes and bars that offer traditional Greek cuisine. There are also several places of historical interest, including Sissi’s palace, ensuring that people looking for education and culture won’t be disappointed.