Free cookie consent management tool by TermsFeed


Corfu Airport
Ethnikis Lefkimis 11, 491 00

Corfu, called Kerkyra in Greek, is located on the west side of Greece, and is the second biggest of the Ionian islands (Corfu, Paxi, Lefkas, Kefalonia, Ithaki, Zante and Kythira), after Kefalonia. The island is strongly influenced by the Venetians, English, French and Russians and all left their mark on the island. From idyllic beaches, to interesting museums, to mansions, Corfu is the place that will fulfil all travellers’ wishes. 

Corfu consists of numerous mountains, most of them in the Northern part of the island, which is irregular. Due to this particularity, you can find there lots of bays, getting replaced by sandy beaches while driving to the Southern part of the island. 

Starting from Corfu town, with one of our rental cars, you have several beach choices, going from 20 min to an hour drive. You can visit the beaches of Dassia, Paleokastritsa, Glyfada, Kontokali, and Kavos. Mostly surrounded by forest and mountains, some of them are considered as the best beaches in the country, and definitely worth a visit for a swim.
For more wild landscapes and crystal blue waters, you can book a one-day trip and discover the small island surrounding Corfu, offering you a relaxing and refreshing experience.

Corfu Town is also very diverse: you can get lost in the narrow cobblestone alleys, the “kandounia”, visit museums, walk down the famous Liston promenade, wander around the huge Spianada square… Outside Corfu Town, you’ll gaze at graphic seaside villages, small islets, luxurious Corfu resorts next to wild landscapes. 

If you are interested in historical monuments, you’ll find plenty of them on the island. You can visit the Achillion Palace, the former retreat of princess Sissi of Austria, Mon Repos palace, where the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Phillip was born, the iconic Panagia Vlacherna and Pontikonisi island. 

You’ll be surprised by Corfu’s gastronomy, which made the island famous. In particular, its meat, fish, pasta, and herbs, the island’s gastronomy will be the reason you look forward to your next meal. From restaurants to local taverns, you will definitely find the perfect places to eat and have a glimpse of local food. 

Corfu has been appreciated by international visitors during the last years, who contributed to its development, and offers today modern yet traditional structures that will make you feel at home. 

This big island mirrors locals’ big hearts and unique hospitality, that wish to show you the best side of their island. 

Let’s go to Corfu next!