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Corfu Island
 

Having decided to visit Corfu, one of the most interesting islands of the Ionian sea prepare yourself for an unparalleled experience; an amalgam of natural beauties, traditional features and archaeological sites. Corfu or Kerkyra is the second largest island in the group known as the Seven Islands, or Eptanisa. The island of miracles and wonders, where every moment the scene changes without affecting the harmony of the terrain.

The most green of the Greek islands, has three million olive trees. As well as flower-strewn countryside and Adriatic-style villages, it has splendid coastal scenery and some excellent secluded beaches. On this cosmopolitan island, you'll be able to combine relaxation with good times and a full nightlife.

Elegant architecture, sun beaches, nightlife and fine cuisine all contribute to attracting visitors from all over the world. You will find ancient Greek and Roman remains, old churches, museums, medieval villages and of course the Venetian forts. Its crystal waters, picturesque bays, the sandy or rocky beaches and the lush vegetation entice you to wander further.

Corfu enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate, with summers that are hot and dry, while winters are mild and wet with the average temperature around 10 degrees Celsius. The exquisite island of ancient Pheakon entirely meets the desires and the needs of even the most demanding visitor. The island's size permits its visitors to choose the most suitable spot for a holiday.

Corfu was one of the first islands in Greece to open itself to tourism and, due to a long experience, offers well-organised services. Very fine hotels, restaurants and taverns offer Greek and Mediterranean cuisine and many local delicious dishes.
 
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