Corfu, called Kerkyra by Greek people, belongs to the Greek Ionian Islands (Corfu, Paxi, Lefkas, Kefalonia, Ithaki, Zante and Kythira) and it is the biggest one after Kefalonia.
Like the rest of the Ionian islands, Corfu is famous for its traditional cuisine, which is bly influenced by the island's 400 years long Venetian occupation. A wide variety of flavors, fresh local ingredients and talented chefs have as a result delicious dishes, which combine traditional with modern cuisine.

The best places to stay in Corfu is Sidari. is a very popular tourist resort on the north coast of Corfu. ... Sidari predominantly caters to package holiday makers with lots of hotels, restaurants, bars, supermarkets, travel agents, vehicle hire shops, souvenir shops and even a campsite just outside the town...
Agios Georgios. For couples seeking a quiet base during their time in Corfu, Agios Georgios lets you relax with little distractions. ...
Paleokastritsa. Love is forever in the air here in Paleokastritsa. ......

Corfu town, especially for its oldest part, is one of the most charming and romantic places of all the Greece.Corfu

It is a perfect example of ancient Venetian and Byzantine art that will be able to fascinate you with its little streets and its panoramic points.

Surrounded by the sea, the old town of Kerkyra is closed between the two ancient fortresses.

When you arrive by ferry boat, the humidity of the sea hide Corfu town revealing only at the last moment the old houses.

The old Corfu town, built in the past between the two fortresses, has been developed with high buildings as consequence of the increasing number of the population.

All these houses, one next to the other, have been built of local stones, with wooden attics and handmade tiles.

Fortunately the number of buildings damaged by the Second World War is not so big, and today the charm of the old town of Corfu is preserved and can still remind us the past.

During its history, Corfu island attracted attention of many conquerors for its strategic position into the Mediterranean sea.

Also today it's possible to recognize their transit from many historical sites and buildings of Corfu town.

More than a single house, you will appreciate them all together, especially during and after the sunset.Corfu

It will be an unforgettable experience to spend hours and hours just walking up and down along thousands of small, paved streets, looking around to discover the old town secrets and buying some presents to bring back home.

You’ll visit Kerkyra walking between high old houses, you will buy traditional products in ancient cellars, surrounded by stone staircase, old Venetian walls and hidden gardens.

Every single building, every single street will appear like an open museum, but the joie de vivre of the local people will remember you that the old town is also full of life and full of surprises.

The paved streets and the ancient buildings will bring you to the large, beautiful Esplanade and the romantic gallery of Liston; a place that you can’t miss to visit.

Gouvia: Gouvia is a village and resort situated around Gouvino Bay in Corfu, Greece. It is situated around 8 km North of Corfu town. Its position in a natural harbour made it an ideal location for a shipyard, this was exploited during the Venetian occupation, when they built their arsenal in the village .
The beach of Gouvia is close to Corfu town just 6 km, near the Marina of Gouvia, on the eastern coast of the island. The beach stretches about 2.5 km and is characterized by pebbles and sand. The beach of Gouvia is organized and provides umbrellas and sunbeds for hire and have immediate access to restaurants and snack bars.
On the beach it is possible for water activities such as beach volley. Access is easy and there are around area parks.

Expanse of Corfu’s prefecture: 640 Km² (are included the following islands: Paxi, Antipaxi, Othoni, Erikoussa and Mathraki)
Expanse of Corfu island: 580 Km²
Length: 65 Km
Coast surface: 217 km
Highest peak: 911 m (Monte Pantokratoras)
Population: 111.975
Number of the towns: 209