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These seven islands scattered around in southern Adriatic are the greenest of Greece, with a strong Italian influence in local architecture and customs too. Most of the islands have gorgeous sandy beaches with a wild coastline at the backdrop. Corfu, the largest of the islands, has been the favourite of British visitors for more than a century, while smaller islands of the archipelago are also worth a visit for their wild coastline that are no less than exotic tropical beaches.

  • Ikos Dassia, Dassia

    A luxury resort located on a huge sandy beach 15 minutes from Corfu town, offering sunset cruises.

  • MarBella, Agios Ioannis

    A big resort hotel spread on a hill, preferred for weddings.

  • The Corfu Imperial, Kommeno Bay

    Perhaps the most exclusive hotel of the island, set on a peninsula. Its sister hotels managed by Grecotels Group worths a try too: Eva Palace and Daphnila Bay.

  • Cafe Bristol, Corfu Town

    The meeting place of people since 1910.

  • Etrusco, Kato Korakiana

    Gourmet restaurant of the chef Ettore Botrini, nestled in a village and serving best local ingredients.

  • La Cucina, Corfu Town

    Its shrimp ravioli is superb.

  • Taverna Agni, Agni

    This family institution has been around since 1972 on this pristine bay, serving as a beach during the day. Their stuffed sardines are great!

  • The Sailing Club, Corfu Town

    A fine dining option on the north side of Venetian fortress, at an idyllic location right next to the sea.

  • Venetian Well, Corfu Town

    A romantic restaurant on Kremasti Square, one of the most picturesque of Corfu Town.

  • Achilleon Palace, Benitses

    The summer house of the Austrian Empress Elisabeth (also known as Sisi) offers spectacular gardens, where there is also a stunning sculpture of Achilles.

  • Danilia Village

    This little village destroyed by the earthquakes of 1953 has later been restored and turned into an open-air museum. Featured in 1981 James Bond movie For Your Eyes Only, and the popular TV series The Durrels, today it is owned by the Grecotel Group and only open to the hotel guests of The Corfu Imperial.

  • Museum of Asian Art, Corfu Town

    One-of-a-kind museum dedicated to art and antiquities of the Far East and India. 10,000 pieces donated by Greek diplomat Gregorios Manos in 1928 are displayed in the Palace of Saint Michael and Saint George.

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