Corfu Hotels & Resorts

Our chosen Corfu hotels offer a carefully selected range of options, from family-friendly, to all-inclusive and adults-only.

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Highlights of Corfu

Spend a memorable day exploring Corfu’s historic buildings, scenic viewpoints and boutique shops. Start off with a visit to the Kanoni Peninsula, where you can look out over the picturesque islet of Pontikonissi (known as Mouse Island) and its iconic white monastery, Panagia Vlacherna. Then it’s time to head to the capital, Kerkyra, and its charming old town with high arcade houses and Mediterranean architecture. Wander through the narrow streets to the church of St. Spyridon – the patron saint of the island – and see its soaring bell tower before visiting the beautiful Town Hall Square, Old Fortress and Palace of St. Michael and St. George. Our last stop will be the Liston – the town’s Parisian-style promenade with its many cafés and boutiques housed under the arcades – for coffee and shopping.

• Departing daily
• Operates April to October
• Private experience

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Hidden Corfu

This extensive sightseeing tour takes you away from the main tourist trail to explore Corfu’s beautiful landscapes and landmarks. We’ll pass picturesque bays as we drive along the north coast, travelling through Kalami, Kouloura, Nissaki, Barbati and Ipsos. On a clear day, you might even spot Albania. We’ll stop at stunning Paleokastritsa, where idyllic coves with soft sands and turquoise waters await. Here, there will be time to go swimming and have lunch (not included) in one of the charming Greek taverns. After time on the beach, you’ll be taken to a rocky outcrop to see the oldest inhabited monastery on the island and view its remarkable art collection. More jaw-dropping views lie in wait at the Bella Vista viewpoint, which overlooks Paleokastritsa and the sea beyond, followed by a visit to Makrades to learn about the island’s various herbs. Lastly, we’ll continue over the Troumbeta Pass to Roda Acharavi, where you can gaze out at the north, east and west coasts – the perfect end to a scenic day discovering the island.

• Departing daily
• Operates April to October
• Private experience

Good to know
Please wear respectful clothing as we will be visiting a monastery. We recommend wearing comfortable shoes and bringing swimwear with you. Lunch is not included.

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