The Korission Lake is located on the southwest coast of Corfu, about 20 miles from the airport, just behind the beach of Chalikouna and next to the beach of Issos.
It belongs to the wider area of Agios Mattheos Village, which is located at the north.… Read More
Is a name covering several small resorts beloved of visitors who generally visit by boat? This part of the coastline is studded with small bays which can be enjoyed in peace and quiet even in August. However the beaches here are stony, and swimming shoes are a good idea.… Read More
A casual visitor here might be surprised by the sight seen recently on the quayside- four Moslem crew members doing their midday prayers- but Petriti, although a very traditional Greek fishing village, also embraces the 21st century, and crews now come from further afield if needed.… Read More
The cosmopolitan Kanoni is one of the most famous Corfu sights, covers the entire peninsula south of Corfu Town, in antiquity there was the ancient city of Corfu founded in the 8th century BC by Dorians who came from Korinth, (a Greek town near Athens), with the ancient temple of Artemis, the monuments and the citadel at the present location of Analipsis.… Read More
Northwest of Corfu, on the way to Italy there are 3 small islands, Othoni, Erikoussa, Mathraki and several smaller islets as Diaplo, Gravia, and others named Diapontia, they form the westernmost island cluster of Greece.… Read More
Going along the coast road from Messonghi it is difficult to know exactly where Boukari begins….there are numerous small fish tavernas, and quiet bays where people can picnic, but then you round a bend and see the small harbor, and this is the heart of this hamlet.… Read More