Corfu is the second largest and the most northern island in the Ionian Sea. It's history is full of battles and conquests, so you will find impacts left by the Venetian, British, French and Greek cultures.
Corfu by the sea
Ionian sea seen from Corfu.
No, it's not Paris. When the island was French, Napoleon wanted Liston Street in Corfu Town to be a copy of Rue de Rivoli in Paris.
Sunrise at Corfu
The sunrise is very beautiful seen from the hotel terrace, even the noise of the airplanes landing at the Corfu airport, passing very close.
The Achileion Palace at Corfu belonged to the Empress of Austria Elisabeth of Bavaria, also known as Sisi.
A famous beach at Corfu, that in the past should be reached only by swimming. Now there's a staircase.
Another famous beach in Greece is Paleokastritsa at Corfu.