Discover the Greek Islands

Corfu

Corfu is the northernmost of the Ionian Islands, which lie off the west coast of mainland Greece. Corfu is often said to be the greenest of all the Greek Islands. Corfu has a vast scenery of fragrant citrus groves, colourful wild flowers and swathes of cypress trees.
 
Long popular with British holidaymakers, Corfu's resorts are scattered around the island, with beaches ranging from gently sloping, golden sands, to sleepy secluded coves all lapped by the clear waters of the Ionian Sea.
 
If you like an active holiday then Corfu can offer water sports, golf and tennis, and the Aqualand Park and many bars, restaurants and nightclubs provide plenty of entertainment for everyone.
 
No holiday in Corfu would be complete without visiting the cosmopolitan Corfu Town, whose narrow streets and lined with elegant, pastel-coloured buildings. Wondering around Corfu Town will reveal its Italian, French and British influences, hinting at a turbulent past when the island was occupied by various foreign forces. After climbing upto the spectacular fortress that dominates the town, round off your visit to Corfu Town with a coffee and a traditional Greek pastry on the famous Liston esplanade.