CORFU VILLAS RENT A VILLA IN CORFU Price starts from to Number of Bedrooms 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11++ Location Agni Avlaki San Stefano Vasilika Perithia Villa Name Ella Isabel Mia Pietra Santo Vecchia Voir Discover our extensive collection of Luxury Villas in Corfu Ella San Stefano, Corfu 7 14 7 Price Upon Request Isabel San Stefano, Corfu 6 12 6 Price Upon Request Mia Avlaki, Corfu 6 12 6 Price Upon Request Pietra Vasilika Perithia, Corfu 8 16 8 Price Upon Request Santo Agni, Corfu 5 10 5 Price Upon Request Vecchia Agni, Corfu 3 6 3 Price Upon Request Voir San Stefano, Corfu 4 8 4 Price Upon Request CORFU Rent a Villa in Corfu About Corfu Things to do in Corfu About Corfu One of the most popular holiday destinations in Greece, Corfu is an island in the Ionian Sea known for its cosmopolitan Old Town, spectacular sandy beaches and beautiful landscapes. Corfu has a rich history that weaves a bewildering number of influences, with the Venetians, English, French and Russians all flourishing here and leaving their mark on the island. In the Old Town, you’ll feel like an aristocrat walking along Liston Arcade and Spianada Square and gazing up at the Venetian forts and churches. And you’ll adore the romance of the labyrinth-like alleyways of Campiello (the medieval quarter of the Old Town) as well as the beat of the marching bands, particularly on festival days. Holidays on Corfu are also famous for the food – with the many cultural influences expressed in dishes that show off Italian touches and the island’s delicious Mediterranean produce. And don’t forget the beaches and swimming spots dotted around the island – not least the Canal d’Amour, where legend has it you’ll find your soulmate. Corfu island (or Kerkyra as it’s known in Greek) certainly knows how to seduce you. Things to do in Corfu As the island has largely developed in tourism, things to do in Corfu are many. Diving is an organized activity on the island, as the seabed of Corfu has many impressive reefs, underwater caves and old shipwrecks. Particularly the northern side of the island is very popular for diving. Few beaches on the southern side of Corfu island are great for windsurfing and kite surfing, however, these sports are not organized. This means that surfers have to bring their own equipment. The countryside of the island is also very popular for hiking. There are many old footpaths that cross Corfu and lead to Venetian castles, mountainous villages, olive groves, and secluded beaches.