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Corfu Holidays

Who is Corfu suitable for?
Destination Who wants a choice of over 30 Blue Flag beaches to relax on? Then grab your suitcase already and book a holiday to Corfu! Sidari, Agios Stefanos and Messonghi are to name a few of the popular beaches where tourists return to year after year and don’t they just sound so exotic? Corfu is not just about the beaches and the sun however, walking is very popular tourist activity, with the Corfu Trail running from the north to the south of the island. Reveal your active side, give it a go and unearth some beautiful sights along the way. You can see why British holidaymakers love coming to Corfu for a summer holiday.

The party goers out there won’t be disappointed with the nightlife in Corfu. The lively bars, nightclubs and restaurants of Gouvia, Kavos and Ipsos are open until the early hours for those who want to enjoy a night of dancing. If exploring is more up your street, Corfu has plenty of quaint villages with local tavernas ... perfect for tantalising your taste buds with the local delicacies. Get booking your Corfu holiday today before you talk yourself of it!
For Singles

When: As a single traveller, it doesn’t really matter when you travel. Make the most of the hot sun in July and August or travel when it’s not so busy with families in school term time. Your choice!

Where: Kavos and Gouvia are the two places you must visit if you enjoy a fun-filled nightlife. If it’s a quieter holiday you’re in need of, head towards the rural village of Paleokastritsa.

Why: Because Corfu offers the single traveller everything from relaxing beaches to excellent nightly entertainment. Don’t listen to others, plenty of fun can be had even if you are travelling alone ... you’ll be able to do all your favourite things!

For Groups

When: May to September are the favourite months to travel. It is when the weather is at its warmest and the beaches are at their busiest, offering plenty of new people for you to start up budding relationships with.

Where: Roda and Sidari are the places to head to if you want to relax on a sun-lounger with the waves lapping around your toes, whilst Kavos and Gouvia are perfect for those with dancing feet. Corfu Old Town, meanwhile, is great for those with the exploring bug who want to learn more about Corfu.

Why: The miles and miles of golden sandy beaches does enough to attract any holidaymaker wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life back home. If that’s not enough, there are plenty of nightclubs to keep you entertained into the small hours.

For Couples

When: The joys of being a couple means you can travel anytime of the year. The sun is out all year round, but the best time to get that holiday glow is between May and September when the sun, and your relationship, are at their hottest.

Where: Looking for a romantic break? Head to Agios Georgios where you can hide away in a secluded spot away from the crowds of tourists - beauty at its best. Enjoy some alone time by hiking along the Corfu Trail with its rugged coastlines and beautiful landscapes.

Why: Because Corfu has so many attractions for any couple to enjoy a romantic break. Stroll along the beach hand in hand or take a romantic boat trip ... any missing sparks will soon be reignited all over again!

For Families

When: Do you want to make the most of the weather you can only dream of? Head over to Corfu between May and September when the weather is warm, but not too hot for the kids to suffer.

Where: Sidari, Agios Georgios and Roda are some of the most popular resorts on the island. The kids will make loads of friends, leaving you to sit back and relax. Let the children run off steam at Aqualand Water Park in central Corfu, one of the most popular water parks in Europe.

Why: The 30+ Blue Flag beaches are the reason why any family should stay in Corfu. With plenty of charm and character and a range of activities to try including horseback treks and glass-bottomed boat tours, there’s enough to keep families and kids very happy for lots of holiday fun.

Weather The climate of Corfu is very similar to the other islands in the Mediterranean. You can enjoy long, warm summers and milder winters with only a chance of rain. The island’s climate reflects the seasons of Britain; it just throws in a lot of added sunshine for good measure! The hottest months are generally June to September, whilst the coldest are December and January with temperatures falling to around 10C.
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What to expectWith over 30 Blue Flag beaches on the island, you can expect a Corfu holiday to be full of relaxation and big, happy sighs. There are plenty of shops around for you to get those souvenirs to appease the friends back home or some local crafts ... you know your cases will be bulging by the time you've finished! Better add that extra kilo or two of weight, eh? Some of the best places to go to enjoy the bustling nightlife include Kavos and Ipsos. If dancing is not your thing, don’t fret! There are numerous quaint villages to explore that’ll give you a burst of the authentic taste of Corfu.
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