Last updated on August 11th, 2019 at 05:48 pm
Agios Georgios Argyradon lays about 33 km south of the city of Corfu. It is also known as Saint George south to stand out from the homonymous location at the northwest of the island. It is not a traditional village with permanent inhabitants but the sandy beach of Argyrades, a large, traditional village in south Corfu.… Read More
Of course, no one who is in Corfu should miss a visit to Paxos.
An island that has been called one of the 20 most beautiful islands in the world, where among other things to see are the huge sea caves with turquoise waters, far larger and more beautiful than those of the island of Zante.… Read More
Corfu has plenty of pristine, beautiful and enormous beaches, most are crowded, although many peaceful and quiet beaches are not missing, especially those in small bays of the northeast coast. In Corfu, there are the endless long sandy beaches of the west coast and the tourist mainly pebble beaches on the eastern coast.… Read More
Celebrations and events in Corfu for Easter are unique, and attract visitors from other parts of Greece who mingle with local people and foreign tourists watching the processions, taking part in the services, and enjoying all the festivities.… Read More