Cosmos-Corfu Airport Car Rentals is located on the island of Corfu, an ideal destination, offering almost everything to visitors. The following Corfu Guide provides information about Corfu, the nicest beaches and sights that are must-see and activities that are worth doing.
The amazing island of Corfu, located to the west of Greece within the Ionian Sea offers a lot of picturesque spots and beaches surrounded by olive groves. Corfiots are widely known for their hospitality, since Corfu constitutes the holiday destination of tourists coming from different countries around the world.
Due to the strong historic background of Corfu, tourists on Corfu have the chance to visit numerous historic sights-museums, churches, monuments, fortresses- mostly within Corfu’s town centre but even in smaller settlements and areas to the north or south of the island.
This village to the north of Corfu has been abandoned since 1960 and the church of St. Iakovos.
A palace that was built for the Empress of Austria, Elisabeth.
The lovely beach of Barbati, located to the northeast of Corfu has it all
Corfu -a popular destination for scuba divers.
Pelekas Beach or Kontoyialos, features a golden, extremely long beach.
The sandy beach of Chalikounas is a place of stunning beauty.
The well-known area of Kanoni along with the monastery of Panayia Vlacherna and Pontikonissi form a scenic setting which is the most photographed.
This Palace was constructed in 1826 by the British Commissioner, Frederic Adams.
Both these fortresses afford the finest views to the town of Corfu and they are of great historical...
The beach of Acharavi is situated 45 km away from Corfu town and constitutes an extremely long beach (about 5 km long) covered with sand.
The most enjoyable water attractions on Corfu.
This place boasts a historic monastery, at the top of a steep hill.
This long, sandy beach is one of the most popular ones in central Corfu