Last updated on November 4th, 2018 at 12:30 pm What the word holidays means? [Public Holidays] The word Holidays is translated as “Διακοπές” [Diakopes] in Greek but has a completely … Read More
Mon Repos palace is a neoclassical building at the east of Paleopolis, the Corfu ancient city.
Built at 1830 by the British Commissioner Sir Frederick Adam in the beggining of the peninsula of Kanoni opposite the ruins of Paleopolis….Read more
This was originally a natural promontory offering in it`s rocks protection for the residents of the 5th century AD when the ancient city of Corfu was moved here after the destruction of the ancient city by the Visigoths….Read more
Annunziata, a monument of pan-European significance. At the intersection of Evgeniou Voulgareos and Vrahliotis streets in Corfu, is the Annunziata, a church devoted to the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary as well as to Santa Luccia, it was the Catholic Church of Lontsiada as the Corfiots knew it….Read more
Easter for the Orthodox church this year is a little early, on April 16th, so the Sunday of Thomas is on April 9th and the other holidays are on Friday 14th and the second day of Easter on the 17th, the other related to Easter celebrations will continue until the Sunday after Easter on April 23….Read more
Here are the distances in kilometers from Corfu Town to the largest villages, beaches and the most important points of interest in the island.
It will help to form an idea of the size and estimate the time you need to get around the island during your stay….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 at the eastern coast…Read more