Things to See and Do in Corfu
November 7, 2012

Corfu is the perfect holiday for beach-lovers and sun-seekers. Aside from its gloriously hot summers and cracking beaches with golden sands and sparking shores, this beautiful Greek island has got a wonderful array of holiday resorts. Whether you want something young and lively, a place that’s quiet and sedate, or perhaps you’re looking for the perfect place to drain your kids’ seemingly never-ending supply of energy, Corfu has it all.
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And of course for those who love historic sights, holidays in Corfu have got this in abundance. Among the many different things you can see and do in Corfu, a trip to the Old Fortress is a must. Located next to Spianada square in Corfu Town, this magnificent castle was built out to sea and is connected to the mainland by a causeway. It was constructed by the Venetians in the 15th century and was previously connected to the mainland by a wooden bridge. This was later replaced by a stone walkway which still stands today. Walk out to the castle and the lighthouse to enjoy superb views of the town as well as the surrounding seascape.


Other must-see sights in Corfu include the impressive Achillion Palace, which was built in 1890 for the Empress of Austria, and the Fortress Of Saint Mark. The latter played an important part in Corfu’s defense against sea-based attack – mostly from pirates – during the Medieval age. Saint Spyridon, a beautiful church in the Old Town, is well worth seeing – especially for its lovely bell tower, the largest on the island.


Of course if all that sounds a little too much like hard work, you could always kick back on those golden sands and indulge in a few hours of ‘me’ time, complete with your favourite book, lashings of sunshine and a glass of something cool and refreshing by your side. Perfect.