Homer’s ‘rich and beautiful land’ with its sun-drenched beaches and verdant hills, you’ll soon discover why Corfu is the most popular of the Ionian islands...
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There’s a distinctly Italian atmosphere to these islands, coupled with a curiously British feel - the legacy of both influences. To the northeast you’ll find an enclave hailed as ‘Kensington-on-Sea’ for its upmarket feel and popularity among British visitors.
Here, you’ll find hillsides covered in thick swathes of silver olive groves, punctuated by a scattering of cypress trees. Steep green hills descend into idyllic coves and bays, pebble beaches caressed by pristine waters.
Charter a boat and drift from bay to bay, pausing at one of the pretty tavernas that line the water's edge. Further inland you’ll find a wild interior, wind the serpentine road up the soaring peak of Mount Pantokrator for panoramic views out over Corfu and to Albania beyond.