the wooded isle of the Phaeacians, Odysseeus' last stop on his long
journey home to Ithaki, is the best known and most visited of the
It owes its sophistication and charm to the meshing of the different civilizations (Corinthian, Roman, Byzantine, Venetian, French and British) that have occupied the island, and to the natural beauty with which it is so abundantly endowed. Many poets, from Homer to Shakespeare, and writers like the Durrell brothers have mentioned Corfu.
On this cosmopolitan island, you'll be able to combine relaxation with good times and a full nightlife, for Corfu is an international tourist center which can satisfy the demands of the most sophisticated visitor.