Whether exploring its maritime past, lounging on sun-soaked beaches, or immersing oneself in the island’s cultural heritage, Gouvia welcomes travellers with open arms, promising an enriching and memorable experience amidst the captivating landscape of Corfu.
Petriti is a scenic village near Lefkimmi, in the Southern part of Corfu. Petriti beach, right next to the village, is a fine shallow sandy beach with clear waters.
Corfu Town, known as “Kerkyra” in Greek, is the capital and largest city of Corfu Island, located on the eastern coast of the island. Renowned for its historical significance, architectural charm, and vibrant atmosphere, Corfu Town stands as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, celebrated for its well-preserved Venetian, French, and British influences.
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Kioni is a traditional fishermen’s village built along a small natural bay.
Vathy is the capital and main port of Ithaca. This picturesque town is built on the leeward side of an enclosed and safe bay.
Agia Efimia is a coastal picturesque village that lies around the natural bay and it is home to a small and lovely port where fishing and excursion boats moor.
The historic harbour village of Fiskardo is one of the most beautiful – and popular – parts of Kefalonia.
Sami is the second largest port of Kefalonia, after Argostoli. The modern village is built close to ancient Sami, one of the most important archeological discoveries of Kefalonia
Antipaxos is Paxos’ smaller “sister” and it can be reached in 20 minutes from the main island.