Anatoli is an impressive and imposing villa that can sleep eight in an exceptionally pretty corner of northeast Corfu. With four bedrooms and four bathrooms, guests won’t be left squabbling about whose to go first in the bathroom in this spacious villa!
With its shimmering, cobalt water lapping golden beaches backed by a dramatic vista of cliffs and hillsides, it’s hardly surprising the beaches of Corfu act as a tourist magnet.
To discover Corfu at its most beautiful, traditional and hospitable, head to the beguiling town of Pelekas, scattered on a verdant hillside, approximately 13km from Corfu Town on the west coast of the island.
Corfu is blessed with paradisiacal beaches, invigorating scenery and beguiling villages and towns. One such captivating village is Paleokastritsa, settled on the island’s north-west coast.
Fancy going somewhere different for Christmas and experiencing the festival season amidst a unique culture, scenery and climate?
Corfu might be one of the best-known and frequently-visited of the Greek islands but there’s plenty on this beautiful island that remains unspoiled and off the beaten track. If you yearn to be away from the tourist trail during your holiday to Corfu, check out the following three lesser known highlights of this sun-soaked and
Not far from the Greek mainland and the coast of Albania, lies the beautiful island of Corfu. It is only 65 kilometres long and half that distance in width, at its widest point. But what Corfu does have is some 217 kilometres of coastline, which attracts visitors all year round. Much of the island is
Corfu is known for its stunning coastline, scattered with beautiful beaches, where translucent water laps the golden sand and pretty pebbles. If you’re lucky enough to be heading to this sun-drenched island sometime soon and are intent on finding some idyllic spots to lay out the towel and laze the day away, take a look
The Arena of Pula, in Croatia’s province of Istria, overlooking the harbour to the northeast of the old town, is a spectacular reminder of the past where gladiators fought to the death. It does not take much imagination to picture sitting in one of the rows and envisage the roar of a blood thirsty crowd.
Kalami Bay is situated on the northern coast of Corfu. A horseshoe bay, swathed in beauty, looking out over the Ionian Sea, surrounded by wonderful hillside villages. If you are thinking about travelling to the stunning town of Kalami, take a look at some of the things to do in this bustling Corfu town.