The island of Corfu (Kerkyra), belongs to the Ionian Islands located
in the Ionian Sea facing the western coast of Greece. Corfu covers an area of
592 m² and it has approximately 107,600 inhabitants.
The overwhelming natural beauty of Corfu is endowed with a fertile land as
well as many archaeological finds and unique creations by man.
The amazing sandy coasts, the natural sites and the low green hills compose
magnificent views. Interspersed with castles, monasteries, buildings and
historical sites add to the irresistible allure of Corfu.
The capital of the island, Corfu town, is one of the most dazzling towns in
Greece, with its broad avenues, spacious squares, the Venetian slip roads,
historical and artistic monuments, the natural environment.
A visit to the island of Corfu is not complete without taking in: Agios
Gordios, Paleokastritsa, Benitses, Lefkimmi, Gouvia, Gastouri, Arillas, Pyrgi,
Alykes, Dassia, Dafnila, Kontokali, Ano Korakiana, Messogi, Pelekas and numerous
other settlements are all worth a visit.