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Aphrodite Corfu Villas
Halikounas
   
Kontokali Bay Resort & Spa
Kontokálion
   
Hotel Corfu Palace
Corfu
   
Corfu Holiday Palace
Corfu
 
 
Costa Blu
Benitses
   
Grecotel Eva Palace
Komménon
   
Corfu Imperial, Grecotel Exclusive Resort
Komménon
   
Corfu Chandris
Dassia
 
 
Rosa Bella Corfu Suites Hotel & Spa
Ermones
   
Hotel Nissaki Beach
Gimari
   
Siorra Vittoria Boutique Hotel
Corfu
   
Aqua Villas Corfu
Liapades
 
 
Cyprotel Almyros Hotel
Almiros Beach
   
Corfu Residence
Nisákion
   
Divani Corfu Palace
Corfu
   
Sunshine Corfu Hotel & Spa
Nisákion
 
 
Christina Hotel
Mesongí
   
Aliki's Apartments
Nisákion
   
Corfu Village
Benitses
   
Paleo ArtNouveau Hotel
Paleokastritsa
 
 
Nissaki Bay
Nisákion
   
Bella Mare Hotel
Corfu
   
Fundana Villas
Liapádes
   
Dassia Chandris
Dassia
 
 
Memento Resort Kassiopi
Kassiopi
   
Ariti Grand Hotel
Corfu
   
Glyfada Apartments
Glyfada
   
Grecotel Daphnila Bay
Dassia
 
 
Alexandros Hotel
Perama
   
Villa De Loulia
Perouládes
   
St.George's Bay Country Club & Spa
Acharavi
   
Aquis Agios Gordios Beach Hotel - Adults Only
Agios Gordios
 
 
Aquis Capo Di Corfu
Kávos
   
Akrotiri Beach
Paleokastritsa
   
Corfu Palma Boutique Hotel
Dassia
   
Corfu Pelagos
Moraḯtika
 
 
Oasis Hotel
Perama
   
Belvedere Hotel
Benitses
   
Arion Hotel
Corfu
   
San Marina Hotel
Kávos
 
 
Victoria Hill Hotel
Dassia
   
Corfu Sea Gardens Hotel
Kávos
   
Ionian Sea View Hotel
Kávos
   
Hotel Kaiser Bridge
Benitses
 
 
Sea Bird Hotel
Moraḯtika
   
Sidari Alkyon
Sidárion
   
Lido Corfu Sun
Benitses
   
Faethon
Sidárion
 
 
Messonghi Beach Holiday Resort
Moraitika
   
Island Bali
Kávos
   
Bintzan Inn Hotel
Gastoúrion
   
City Marina
Corfu
 
 
Paramonas Hotel
Paramonas
   
Dimitra Apartments
Gouviá
   
Corifo Village
Acharavi
   
Sunset
Corfu
 
 
Saint Nicholas Hotel
Gouviá
   
Potamaki Beach Hotel
Benitses
   
Glyfada Beach Hotel
Pélekas
   
Corfu Maris Bellos
Benitses
 
 
Molfetta Beach Hotel
Gouviá
   
Zefiros Traditional Hotel
Paleokastritsa
   
Cyprotel Panorama Sidari Village
Sidárion
   
Annaliza Apartments
Ýpsos
 
 
Nikos Villas
Kávos
   
Ipsos Beach Hotel
Ýpsos
   
Dandolo Aparthotel
Acharavi
   
Corfu Secret Hotel
Ýpsos
 
 
Aloha Hotel
Agios Gordios
   
Angelina Hotel & Apartments
Sidárion
   
Telesilla Hotel
Kontokálion
   
Hotel Montaniola
Achílleion
 
 
Corfu Maris
Benitses
   
Golden Sands Hotel
Agios Georgios
   
Hotel Yannis
Ýpsos
   
Aquis Mon Repos Palace Arthotel
Corfu
 
 
Hotel Horizon
Arillas
   
Odysseus Hotel
Paleokastritsa
   
Hotel Omiros
Gouviá
   
Andromaches Holiday Apartments
Benitses
 
 
Corfu Mare Boutique Hotel
Corfu
   
Gemini Hotel
Mesongí
   
Lena Mare Hotel
Acharavi
   
Levant Hotel
Pélekas
 

Aeroportos próximos de CORFU a uma distância máxima de 250 km do centro de CORFU
CFU - Kerkyra loannis kapodistrias - Corfu 6.97 km do centro de CORFU - Aeroporto internacional
IOA - Ioannina National Airport 85.40 km do centro de CORFU - Aeroporto Regional
PVK - Aktion 110.94 km do centro de CORFU - Aeroporto internacional
KSO - Aristoteles-Kastoria 154.38 km do centro de CORFU - Aeroporto Regional
EFL - Argostolion-Kefalonia Island 175.97 km do centro de CORFU - Aeroporto internacional
KZI - Philippos-Kozani National 187.07 km do centro de CORFU - Aeroporto Regional
OHD - Ohrid-St Paul 190.82 km do centro de CORFU - Aeroporto Regional
BDS - Papola Casale-Brindisi 198.51 km do centro de CORFU - Aeroporto internacional
TIA - Tirana International Airport 200.92 km do centro de CORFU - Aeroporto internacional

Informações gerais acerca de CORFU
Corfu is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea. It is the second largest of the Ionian Islands,[2] and, including its small satellite islands, forms the edge of the northwestern frontier of Greece.[3] The island is part of the Corfu regional unit, and is administered as a single municipality. The municipality includes the island Corfu and the smaller islands Ereikoussa, Mathraki and Othonoi. The principal city of the island and seat of the municipality (pop. 32,095) is also named Corfu.[4] Corfu is home to the Ionian University.

The island is bound with the history of Greece from the beginning of Greek mythology. Its Greek name, Kerkyra or Korkyra, is related to two powerful water symbols: Poseidon, god of the sea, and Asopos, an important Greek mainland river.[5] According to myth, Poseidon fell in love with the beautiful nymph Korkyra, daughter of Asopus and river nymph Metope, and abducted her.[5] Poseidon brought Korkyra to the hitherto unnamed island and, in marital bliss, offered her name to the place: Korkyra,[5] which gradually evolved to Kerkyra (Doric).[6] Together, they had a child they called Phaiax, after whom the inhabitants of the island were named: Phaiakes. This term was transliterated via Latin to Phaeacians. Corfu's nickname is The island of the Phaeacians.
Fonte: wikipedia
Gastronomia
En esta maravillosa isla podemos deleitarnos con todas las especialidades internacionales, desde hamburguesas hasta pizzas y pastas pero, sería una pena no aventurarnos en el sabor local que nos presenta una gastronomía digna del recuerdo. La base de las preparaciones culinarias, como para la mayoría del países mediterráneos, son el aceite de oliva, las legumbres frescas, las pastas, el pescado y las hierbas y especias, la influencia de los venecianos fue, para los habitantes de la isla, mucho mayor a la de sus hermanos griegos del continente.

Strapatsada: caldo de huesos con mantequilla, huevo batido y unas gotas de coñac.
Manestra Kolopimpiri: sopa de cebada, tomates, cebollas, zanahorias, apio, canela, clavo de olor, pimentón rojo. Manestra Bourou-bourou: pastas en un caldo de tomate fresco, cebolla, patatas y pimientos rojos.
Fasoulia me petsalina: sopa de frijoles, cebollas, jamón, romero.
Koronia: polenta con aceita de oliva y pimienta.
Roka: ensalada de rúcula, cebolla, tomate y olivas negras.
Aubergines pastrokio: berenjenas fritas gratinadas con queso, huevos, jamón, tomate fresco y albahaca. Kolokithoperistasi: calabacines, berenjenas, patatas, tomates al horno con aceite de oliva, pimienta y perejil picado. Rizi-bizi: arroz, cebolla, guisantes, jamón y pimientos (risotto veneciano).

Pastitso sti nonas: capas de tallarines, mantequilla, tomates, queso, huevo duro, jamón, carne de ternera o cerdo molida.
Baccala in pastela: bacalao en salsa de ajo, almendras y pan.
Stakofisi: bacalao con cebolla, pimiento rojo, salsa de tomate, puerro y azúcar.
Stakofisi in bianco: bacalao con patatas, salsa blanca, ajo y perejil.
Pesse in Saor: sardinas o peces pequeños marinados en vinagre con mucho ajo, romero y uvas pasas en una olla de barro.
Pastitsada: el más popular de las preparaciones, carne rellena con ajo picado, perejil y pimienta con salsa de tomate. Stoufado: estofado de carne marinada en vino con legumbres y tocino y se acompaña con polenta.
Sofrito: cazuela de carne frita con salsa de ajo y vino blanco, se amcompaña con arroz o puré de patatas.
Kota bolida paragiomisti: pollo relleno con tocino, queso, carne molida, ajo y huevos.
Tingola: hígado de res con cebolla, azúcar, vino blanco, salsa de tomate y perejil.
Bourdouni: morcilla.
Noumboulo foumikado: filetes de cerdo ahumado.
Gammon foumikado: jamón salado y ahumado.
Mantoles: almendras tostadas y caramelizadas.
Poutinga: pudding inglés.
Pastafrolles: pastaflora.
Mandolato: delicia a base de miel, azúcar, pasta de sésamo, almendras, merengue y castañas.
Pantespania: típico "Pan de España" de los italianos del norte, especie de bizcocho.
Fogatsa: pastel también típico de los italianos, se encuentra en todas las panaderías de la isla.
Kolombina: pastel de navidad con forma de paloma.

La bebida típica de Corfú es el Tsitstibira, un refresco a base de jengibre y limón (especie de cerveza) único en el mundo, otro alcohol muy preciado es el Kumquat, un licor a base de naranjas y el popular Ouzo, un licor de anís que se sirve con agua y hielo como aperitivo. En materia de vinos la isla produce un buen vino local como el conocido Theotoki.
Fonte: logitravel
Turismo
Corfu, known also as Kerkyra, is the northernmost of the Ionian Islands in Greece. Located off of the far northwest coast of the country, Corfu lies in the Adriatic sea, east of Italy and southwest of Albania. Historically Corfu has been controlled by many foreign powers, notably the Venetians, French, and British.

Corfu Town, known in modern Greek as Kerkira or Kerkyra, is the largest and most important town on the island. This is where the airport is located and where most cruise ships and long distance ferries dock. It is a small, pleasant city catering well to tourists.

The North of the island is wider and more mountainous. The coastal areas are well developed with good pebbly beaches.
The South of the island is less wide (only a few miles across from west to east) and tends to have sandier beaches.

Benitses is a very old, traditional fishing village. Benitses lies 12 km south of Corfu Town, and leads to the emerald valley. The water of the springs which flow from the mountains of Aghii Deka and Stavros, join together in two small rivers, giving the area the name Pinisse (derived from the ancient Greek word 'Pinio') = Pinitse = Benitses. The mild climate and the natural beauty of Benitses village has attracted a lot of tourists from the beginning of the century. It is only during the last 30 years that tourism has replaced all other sources of income and now is the sole occupation of the inhabitants during the summer season.
Fonte: wikitravel
Clima
The climate of the archipelago of Corfu is warm mediterranean. The summer here is warm and relatively dry with a blue sky, often cooled by seasonal breezes, offering the ideal conditions for surfing, while rarely is it interrupted by rains. The mountainous areas are cooler. The winter here is mild. Rainfall occurs mainly from November till March. On average, there are 3000 hours of sun per year with an average daily sunshine duration of 8.5 hours.

Spring here is impressive and offers visitors the privilege to enjoy the wealth of vegetation and colors, combined with high-taste tourism .
Easter celebration here becomes the experience of a lifetime .
Summer is the most popular season for Corfu, with beautiful beaches and crystal water for unconcerned hours on the beach.
Autumn is the season of vintage, the period during which the whole island smells of grapes; it may be the best time to get to know the routine of the island.
Christmas and New Year's Day in Corfu is music, hymns, carols, in a quiet, decorated place with a mild climate and a noble finesse.
Fonte: wikitravel


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