Corfu

Location: 
Corfu
Greece
39° 37' 37.4484" N, 19° 55' 1.2036" E
Island Sailing

This is probably the most famous of the Greek islands and is a hotspot for British tourists. The old town is stunning and if you are in the area we recommend a walk around at least. There are many small bays and stop off points along the coast.

Corfu’s northeast coast is ideal for exploring by boat, with its easy access to shore, and calm, warm waters.

The west coast of Corfu has the most variety. Its northern section, with a rugged, rocky coastline, is crowned by the cliffs of Palaiocastritsa, perfect for exciting underwater exploration, where the small harbour offers a safe anchorage and cosmopolitan entertainment. Further south, the landscape softens and there are endless beaches of golden sand lapped by an aquamarine sea.