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Corfu Town is the most famous settlement on the Corfu island and among other Corfu villages, with impressive sightseeing and nice view to the sea.
However, Corfu has many smaller villages in the inland and along the coastine. Some of these villages have developed in tourism, while others remain totally untouched. Many hotels and accommodation are located around these villages. After you have seen the best Corfu villages, you can also find information about the best beaches.
Having decided to visit Corfu (also named as Kerkyra or Korfu), one of the most interesting Greece’s islands of the Ioniansea prepare yourself for an unparalleled experience. An amalgam of natural beauties traditional villages & features and archaeological sites.
Corfu lies to the north of the ionian sea at the entrance of Adriatic sea. It is the second largest island in the group known as the Ionian Greek islands. This is the island of miracles and wonders, where every moment the scene changes without affecting the harmony of the terrain.
The most green of Greek islands, Corfu, has three million olive trees. As well as flower-strewn countryside and Adriatic-style traditional villages, it has splendid coastal scenery and some excellent secluded sandy beaches. On this cosmopolitan island, you’ll be able to combine relaxation with good times and a full nightlife, for Corfu is an international tourist centre which can satisfy the demands of the most difficult visitors.
Corfu today offers a truly exotic mix of European culture and ancient mystique. Its varied landscape combines alluring beaches and mountain peaks, traditional villages are surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, countless ancient ruins to inspire and stir your imagination.
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