Holidays in Corfu Greece

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Corfu holidays: 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.
Corfu enjoys a mild Mediterranean weather along with excellent beaches making it a popular destination for holiday makers all over the world. The island’s popularity among tourists is simply unwavering and unbowed. This factor can play a key role in the improvement of cheap holidays in Corfu 2011. Even in the past, this island had the potential to become a tourism hotspot. Corfu was one of the first Greek islands to suffer the blight of mass tourism that surged in the 1960s and 1970s and many parts quickly surrendered to the demands of cut-price holiday firms

Once beautiful bays were scarred by cheap hotels, happy hour bars and noisy discos. Yet some of the loveliest beaches and most romantic villages can still be found. The most popular tourist spots are along the narrow coastal strip north and south of Corfu town and the north coast, leaving many parts of the island relatively untouched by tourist development. Some of Corfu's villages, found in the island's lush and green interior, seem to have escaped the tourism boom altogether. The North East coast of Corfu has largely been developed by a few British holiday companies, with large expensive holiday villas. Package holiday resorts exist on the north and east coasts.

At the other end of the Greek island, is the southern resort of Kavos provides the notoriously robust facilities particularly attractive to young holidaymakers, along similar lines to resorts such as Faliraki, in Rhodes. Sidari is the most famous holiday resort of north Corfu and one of the places that every holiday maker of the island have to see. Sidari has acquired world reputation, which it owes in famous "Canal d’ Amour". It is an infrequent natural phenomenon. It is an underground path between two rocks that the visitor can easily walk to, due to shallow waters. Every summer over than 50.000 tourists are visiting Sidari and most of them are British, Germans and Italians

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