Corfu Area Information
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- Central Corfu
Corfu Town is the central area for Mid Corfu, and is the most developed and urban area of the island. As the capital this town is a hive of activity all year round, swelling to double it's population at the height of the summer.
- North East Corfu
The coastline stretching up from Corfu Town is the most typically Greek area of the island. With a mountainous and rocky coast and vast pebbly beaches you can see the looming mountains of Albania the further north you travel.
- North West Corfu
The North West coast of the island offers some of the islands most dramatic scenery. Less developed than the North East side of Corfu, and with it's rocky terrain along the coastline, this area is truly breathtaking.
Paxos is 10km long and 4km wide and is the smallest ionian island separated from Corfu's southern most tip by 11km of water.The island has a captivating landscape of centuries old olive groves, dry stone walls and derelict farm houses
- Southern Corfu
The Eastern side of the South coastline was the first to be developed on the island and is the most popular for the tourists. The Western coast offers a more picturesque landscape with mountains surrounding villages dotted along the shoreline.