Corfu is much greener than other Greek islands. There are plenty of citrus fruits and olive trees that give a lovely scent all around the island. Here are many lush green places with wonderful blue water. Corfu is not like other Greek islands with white and blue houses. Corfu's buildings are more inspired by France and Italy. Corfu has many shallow beaches so it is suitable for families with children. Here you can sunbathe and swim all day and there are also other activities and good golfing opportunities for you who prefer.
You can travel to Corfu with a charter company. Either a complete trip with accommodation or an air chair and then book accommodation separately. It is also possible to fly regularly, but this often means several changes of flights.
Palace of St Michael och George The building was designed by English engineer George Whitmore (1775-1862) and is grand and elegant. It is the second largest palace in Greece. Archaeological Museum The Archaeological Museum displays objects found exclusively on the island of Corfu and reveals the cultural presence in the ancient world. Liston A walk in the wonderful Old Town with the fortress begins and ends at Liston Square. Many cafes and restaurants, housed in large arcades with beautiful arches, or "Voltes", as they are called by the islanders, west of Spianada Square, are the most visited attraction of residents and tourists. New fortress Corfu's new fortress (Fortezza Nuova), located on the hill of St. Marku, was built by the Venetians in the 17th century. It is a very solid, rigid construction that boasts impressive views over the old harbor. An incredible panoramic view of the city and the open sea.