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Spanning both past and present, Greece welcomes you with its exuberant nature, wonderful archaeological sites and fantastic beaches. Myths and traditions merge in the picturesque villages where you can find folklore and local crafts. There are many seaside resorts to be found around the Greek islands, high-quality hotels to meet all expectations and the Hellenic people well-known for their hospitality will welcome holiday visits under an ever-present sun.
Corfu, an island of sublime colours and the richest culture, is always just waiting to be discovered. The mountainous north unveils the wild beauty of unspoilt nature, as in the villages of Palia Perithia and Paleokstritsa. The charming south resonates with antiquity: Kerkyra cannot hide its Venetian origins and you will start to travel through time looking at the two fortresses which protect the old town.
Visit the remote places, inaccessible to other visitors, during an excursion in a 4-wheel drive vehicle. Discover the secrets of the island and its inhabitants and take a speedboat tour to discover the caves and creeks around Paleo.
Savour the natural beauty of the two Ionian islands of Paxos and Antipaxos, with their unspoilt variety and authenticity, during a boat excursion.
You shouldn’t miss taking a photo of the small island of Vlacherna and the mouse island of Pontikonissi from the Kanoni Peninsula (owned by the town of Corfu) without a doubt the most photographed panorama of the islands.
Kerkyra, the capital of the island, has been able to preserve its Greco-Venetian touch in the districts located between the ancient citadel (Palea Poli) and the new citadel (Neo Frourio). The Esplanade, with its many coffee shops and terraces, is a popular meeting place for Corfiots and holidaymakers.
In the north of the island, make sure you visit the region of Paleokastritsa. Savour the unique view of the whole west coast of the island from the little mountain village of Lakones, a balcony over the Ionian Sea.
For those interested, this is also where the birthplace of the British Prince Philip and the summer residence of the former Empress Sissi, who was fascinated by the island, can be found.
The town of Corfu (or Kerkyra) has kept a Greco-Venetian atmosphere in its districts between the old (Palea Poli) and the new citadel (Neo Frourio). The Esplanade, with its many coffee shops and terraces, is a popular meeting place for Corfiots and holidaymakers. Places to see certainly include the Byzantine Museum, the Museum of Archaeology with the bust of a gorgon more than 2,500 years old, and the cathedral. Spiridon, the town’s protector, is buried in his own church (Odos Vouthrotou) in a sarcophagus with a silver lid.
Located around 15 km from the airport, the beach at Glyfada slopes gently down to the sea and is considered to be one of the most beautiful fine sandy beaches on the island. Ideal for families with children and for those looking for relaxing holidays in a green environment.
Located at the extreme north of Corfu on one of the most beautiful and longest beaches of the island, this seaside resort offers a very wide range of leisure activities. The clear seawater, as well as the quality of the sand, offer the essential prerequisites for a successful family holiday by the sea. Not forgetting unforgettable sunsets over the Mediterranean Sea.
This location on the north coastline of Corfu has a magnificent, gently sloping sandy beach, ideal for very restful seaside holidays. The beach stretches for 8 km from Roda to Almyros, passing through Acharavi and invites you to take marvellous walks by the sea. Local providers rent out windsurfing boards, as well as pedalos and a whole range of water sports (chargeable). There are some taverns, bars and shops in the centre of Roda.
The Kommeno peninsula, around 12 km from the airport, includes a small district of villas located on a hill between Gouvia and Dassia. A pleasant small corner of greenery, ideal for those looking for a calm spot.
Located approx. 15 km from the airport. In the past, Dassia was a peaceful fishing village, with a few taverns and a lovely view of the Ionian Sea. These days, the sea is still as blue and the view is still as lovely, but Dassia has been transformed into one of the most popular seaside resorts on the island. At the beach, which resembles a ribbon of pebbles, many water sports are feasible from the wooden floats anchored in the sea. Comfortable bars and taverns offer a marvellous view of the beach, with a real holiday atmosphere.
Located around 45 km from the airport, in the north of the island, this charming little seaside resort bears the name of the patron saint of Corfu and is perfect for a relaxing stay. Here and there, you will find some bars, boutiques and little sandy beaches. In the surrounding area, there is Antinioti Lake, a protected nature reserve.
Around 11 km from the airport and around 9 km from the town of Corfu, this lively little seaside resort is located in a splendid bay with a lovely beach.
Located around 24 km from the airport, the small hamlet of Nissaki backs onto lush hillsides full of olive trees and pine forests. There are some small pebble beaches along the rocky coastline.
Daytime excursion. On this tour, you will discover the most beautiful locations in the north of the island. At Paleokastritsa, visit to a Byzantine monastery, then continue on to Lakones, a small village where you can admire all the west coast of the island. Time for lunch in Achavari. Return by the east coast, passing through the villages of Kalami, Kouloura, Nissaki and Barbati.
This will be the chance to discover the beautiful locations in the north which make Corfu so popular. You will pass through traditional villages and landscapes with unforgettable views.
This tour will firstly reveal to you the beauty of Paleokastritsa, a top location in Corfu with its creeks and rugged landscape. Possibility of doing a tour in a rowboat with visit to the caves. We will visit the 13th-century Byzantine monastery and its rich collection of icons.
We will then continue towards Lakones, then towards Makrades, well known for its fresh spices, towards Troumbeta and many more quintessential villages nestled into the valleys in the shade of olive, orange and cypress trees.
Free time for lunch and a swim.
We will then take the way back along the north-east coast, travelling through Kouloura, Kalami and Nissaki, among others, to get back to the town of Corfu. A fabulous landscape is waiting for you.
Lunch and rowboat tour not included.
What would a trip to Greece be without a little cruise? Get to know two of the prettiest pearls of the Ionian Sea: Parga, a charming harbour town on the Greek mainland and Paxos, one of the most beautiful Ionian islands. Your cruise will be highly colourful from the very beginning, with the natural circular port of Parga with its little whitewashed houses which look like a picture on a postcard. The little streets of the ancient districts of Parga will welcome you with a quintessential southern charm and the old fortress will allow you a splendid view from the top of its hill. The island of Paxos, a small corner of paradise with its untouched nature, is only one in a succession of fabulous creeks and superb rocky landscapes, dotted with idyllic fishing villages. Discover the little harbour town of Gaios with its maze of little streets, enjoy a fine fish meal in one of the taverns on the seafront, swim in the crystal waters or quench your thirst in one of the friendly coffee shops.
The return by boat, accompanied by a sunset of a thousand colours, will without doubt be the climax of this very beautiful excursion.
An unforgettable and unmissable day trip by boat.
Get to know the little Ionian island of Paxos and the charming town of Parga on the Greek mainland.
When leaving the harbour of Corfu town passing by the old fortress and the old town, you will arrive at Parga, its fort overlooking the sea offers an unforgettable panoramic view. Superb beaches enhance the idyllic picture. Free time for a little tour of the town.
On Paxios, a small island only 46 km², it is possible to walk in the narrow streets of Gaios, the harbour of Paxos, enjoy some fresh fish in one of the many taverns or have a refreshing drink. A crystal sea is waiting for you and inviting you in for a swim.
In each location, you will have around two hours of free time before the boat leaves again for Corfu.
This jeep tour on the little roads through the villages of Ano Korakiana and Sokraki will allow you to enjoy quintessential panoramic views over the town of Corfu, the north and south of the island, as well as over the Adriatic and the Ionian Sea. From Trumpeta, we will travel down towards Palaiokastritsa, certainly the most beautiful site on Corfu, where we will visit the monastery. Then we will travel towards the port of Alipa, where some private speedboats will be waiting for us for a visit to the caves and creeks. A stop for a swim is also planned (optional, chargeable). Afterwards, we will continue in the direction of Lakones for a lunch with a panoramic view, then tasting local products in Makrades before taking the return road through the Ropa Valley.
Enjoy a day full of fun in a unique water amusement park. All ages have the option of a wide choice of slides and pools, as well as the pirate island.
Parasols and sun loungers are available for you almost everywhere in the extensive grounds, as well as several bars and snack-bars.
The excursions on offer, as well as their prices and times, may vary depending on the location of the hotel. Excursion prices are provided for information purposes only and may be subject to change. For more information and to book, please contact your local LuxairTours guide.
According to the official category of hotel booked, an obligatory tax must be paid on site: 3-star: €1.50, 4-star: €3.00, 5-star €4.00 (per person and per room).