Corfu for You
There are many different ways to see Corfu. As a highly versatile vacation destination, every tourist has a different agenda when they choose to take their travels in the direction of Corfu. Here’s a quick look at a few Corfu holidays that might just appeal to you:
1. The Hiking Holiday
Walking Holidays in Corfu are becoming more and more popular, nowadays. Corfu offers unlimited possibilities for walking and most probably the best way to see the Island. With its rich flora and fauna, dense vegetation, stunning backdrops and unspoiled countryside, Corfu’s breathtaking coastline is just shear paradise! Stock up on fresh local bread, cheese, fresh fruit and wine before you depart and have yourself a delicious picnic en route. Don’t forget to pack your bathing gear, either, and if the heat gets too much you can always take a refreshing dip in the sea to cool off.
2. The Golfing Holiday
For golfing enthusiasts, there can be no better way to relax than strolling around a beautiful 18-hole course, basking in the glorious sunshine and driving the cares and concerns of work and home a million miles away.Corfu Golf Club’s course was designed by Switzerland based architect Donald Harradine, and has been praised by many visitors as one of the best kept courses in Europe. It includes both natural beauty of the Ropa Valley and manmade challenges combined with the odd water hazard thrown in for good measure, not forgetting full range of top class facilities. There is a bar, a lounge area offering snooker and satellite TV and a restaurant where appetizing meals are served at reasonable prices. At the end of a gentle day on the green, take it easy in one of Corfu’s many fabulous restaurants, bars and cafés and enjoy some great local food and wine before beginning it all again tomorrow.
3. Accommodation in corfu .
There are many different types of accommodation in corfu all available from travel agents or direct from the accommodation owners themselves.
Basic accommodation like room only, bed and breakfast then ranging to half /full board.
Then to all inclusive which is as it says all local drinks/ ice cream, snacks and main meals are included but always read the small print as some may have restriction, like
Alcoholic drinks may only be between 12-00 noon to 24-00, so remember to read up on it first before booking.