An excellent destination with a golden beach and a great range of restaurants with varied types of food. There is also a small playground in the village for the young visitors.
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'Ioannis Kapodistrias' is the international airport of Corfu which serves domestic and charter flights to Greece and other European cities. The number of direct flights increases in the summer season, between April and October. The airport is just 2km south of the town and there are frequent bus services connecting them. Olympic Airways and Aegean Air offer scheduled flights to Athens and vice versa all year round. Low-cost airlines that operate flights from European countries during the summer season are:Aegean Airlines, EasyJet, Air Berlin, Air Baltic, Wizzair, jet2, FlyThomasCook, Thomson Flights, Lauda Air, NIKI, Germanwings, TUI Fly, Transavia, Norwegian. Finnair is added Corfu as a summer destination in 2017. Find more info: https://www.finnair.com/ Ryanair: Ryanair will again this season connect Corfu to various cities of Europe: Belgium - Brussels, Bulgaria – Sofia, Cyprus Paphos, Germany, Great Britain - London, Italy, Holland, Hungary - Budapest, Ireland – Dublin, Italy – Bologna, Italy – Milan Bergamo, Italy - Rome, Malta, Poland Warsaw, Slovakia - Bratislava, Romania – Bucharest. More info: https://www.ryanair.com Easyjet: Easyjet has arranged flight for the 2017 season that connect Corfu to the following cities: Holland - Amsterdam, Germany - Berlin, Great Britain - London, Great Britain - Manchester, Italy - Milano, Italy - Naples, Great Britain - Newcastle, France – Paris. More info: http://www.easyjet.com
One of the oldest examples of a mountain village in Corfu is Old Perithia, a historic village designated for its cultural and natural beauty, immediately below Mount Pantokrator on the north-east corner of the island. The oldest written evidence for the island dates back to the mid-14th century, but there are indications for even earlier occupation as well. There were about 130 houses traditionally built and today some of them are almost completely in ruins and a number of them under restoration programs. Parking is limited so you can even drive through the village to see it or walk. There are a few restaurants and cafes at the village for the visitors.
Aqualand is the largest water amusement park in Greece and one of the best in Europe. It is surrrounded by a beautiful green landscape which covers an area of 75.000 square meters. It is an ideal destination on a hot summer day as it has plenty of water attractions that will keep you busy and intrigued. You will definitely get there early, stay really late and enjoy every minute! It is a great place to relax or test your adrenaline limits. Aqualand is eqquiped with 36 water slides, 15 adveture pools, bubbling Jacuzzis and several other recreational installations. The water park is located at the area of Agios Ioannis, which is about an hour's drive from the towncenter. There are also several bus services connecting the water park to the Corfu town. There is a large parking space which is free of charge for the visitors. Open from May until October Working Hours 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
The village of Nymfes lies on a superb physical setting, 200 meters above sea level. The village took its name from the waterfalls that are located nearby. According to the myth, a group of Nymphs used to take their bath in those waterfalls. The best period to visit the waterfalls is in the blooming spring because they normally dry up in the summer. If you follow the road from the village that leads to the new sports/football stadium, you will find the waterfalls only a few km after. Please, bare in mind that the last part of the route might not be suitable to drive, thus a short walk might be necessary.
A government-owned stock corporation which in the last three years consolidates revenues of 2.900.000 €. The main port of the island 'Neo Limani' (New Port) is located very close to the historical heart of Corfu. Ferry-boats to Italy and vice-versa sail from the New Port. Despite its medium size, the port is very functional as it also has a cruise terminal. On peak time, when the vehicles are loaded and unloaded on the ferries, it might get quite busy but it is still safe to move around the port. Cruise ships dock at the New Port of Corfu (Neo Limani). There is a shuttle bus transferring the passengers between the terminals. From the main terminal, you can take another service to the Corfu old town. The New Port is located about 3km from the town centre. Corfu Cruise Schedule: http://www.cruisecritic.com/ports/newport.cfm?ID=176