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Corfu Hotels and Apartments
Corfu Holidays & Hotels
Hotels in Corfu
When you go on holiday to Corfu, one of the most popular Greek islands, you can choose to stay at large luxury resort, a cheaper family run hotel or book a self-catering apartment or private villa. However you choose to spend your Corfu holiday, you’ll be sure to find a hotel that suits you. Spend your days on golden sandy beaches and your nights on party strips, visit ancient ruins or explore the villages and towns all surrounded by stunning views, sandy beaches and the breath-taking blue of the Mediterranean Sea.
Where to Stay
Corfu is one of Europe’s most popular party islands, with the resort of Kavos attracting revellers from around the world. The buzzing resort is a big hit with stag dos, hen parties and youngsters who want to get away from it all and party all night. With rows of bars and clubs all within walking distance from each other you’ll have your choice of where to go and find your own vibe of music. Popular DJs, chart music, Hip Hop and RnB can all be heard on the strip enticing you to join the party. After a night on the tiles, you’ll be able to relax by the pool or chill out on the beach, topping up your tan (and curing your hangover) with fresh juice.
The beautiful island of Corfu is where, in ancient Greek mythology, Odysseus was shipwrecked. History and mythology are still rife on the island, with many ancient ruins, historical villages and architecture are all there to be explored during your Corfu holiday. The view from Mount Panokrator will make you feel as soothed as rejuvenated as the mythical wanderer and will leave you with the best memories and even better social media posts. If you fancy a holiday in the lap of the gods, then a trip to the golden shores of this Ionic island is the way forward.
With so much to do on the beautiful island of Corfu, there is one thing that will make this a proper holiday - the sea. Being one of the most scenic of the Greek Ionian islands, Corfu has pristine sandy beaches stretching as far as the eye can see, with the glistening Mediterranean on one side and green hills and mountains on the other. The views will make you feel like you’re in paradise and if spending a day working on your tan on the beach is your idea of a holiday then Corfu is for you. With secret coves only accessible by boat, water sports and plenty of bars and cafes all by the sea, you’ll want to spend all day breathing in the glorious salty air.
What to Eat
While holidaying in Corfu make sure to get that fabulous combination of olives, feta, herbs and delicious fresh veggies. Other notable restaurants offer up gorgeous seafood including freshly caught fish, sumptuously grilled prawns and delightfully fried calamari. With so many international tourists arriving every day, the island of Corfu also boasts a number of restaurants serving international cuisine from noodles to pizza, fries to fried chicken, so you’ll be able to satisfy your cravings with some great food.
Party animals flock to Kavos year after year for the hedonistic atmosphere and the wild nights. You’ll find thumping clubs, open-spaced bars and fast food joints. If you like your parties a little less crazy, Sidari is a great mix of clubs, and a more chilled out nightlife. The capital Corfu Town also hosts a great range of nightlife ranging from classy lounge bars to clubs.
Shopping is abundant in Corfu, with plenty of shops, markets and stores to find jewellery, leather, books, souvenirs, clothes, shoes and sunglasses. Of course, you can’t top the capital, Corfu town for its plethora of unique boutique stores and market stalls. Famous for its handmade lace and embroidered cotton, you’ll find plenty of it to take back home with you.
Fast Facts about Corfu
- Direct flight time: around 5.2 hours from London
- Time Zone: CET (+2 hours)
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Greek
- Average price of a domestic beer: 1.25 €
- Average price of a bottle of wine: 6 €