Affordable one-way flights to Corfu


Being the greenest of the Greek islands, Corfu has earned itself the nickname the Emerald Isle. Lush rolling hills and olive groves mean that Corfu is covered in a thick, green blanket, and whichever resort you choose, you'll be surrounded by nature.

Kavos is the island's famed party town, where neon-lit bars and clubs line the streets, and for those who prefer quiet nights out and relaxed days at the beach, Nissaki is a peaceful spot. For something in between, Acharavi, Sidari and Agois Ioannis are the island's most family-friendly resorts.

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The variety of resorts on the island means that there's plenty for every holidaymaker to fill their days - that's if the beautiful beaches aren't enough! Families and thrill seekers will want to make the obligatory trip to a waterpark or try some extreme water sports, but if you like to take in a little of your destination's culture and history while on holiday, a visit to beautiful and atmospheric Corfu Town is a must.

Dassia is a great place for a laid back night out, with cocktail bars, discos and live music all waiting to make your holiday nights unforgettable. Of course, an island as lush as Corfu also makes a fantastic choice of holiday destination for those who like to explore nature. Hikers, walkers, bikers and avid explorers will be spoilt for choice with lush hills, dramatic coastlines and even the odd island or two. Whatever you like to do on holiday, you'll find it in Corfu. Book your Thomascook Airlines deal today for amazing prices on flights to the Emerald Isle.

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Top 5 things to do in Corfu

10 facts about Corfu


There are over three million olive trees on the island of Corfu, giving it a lush, green look which has earned it the nickname of the Emerald Isle.


Corfu is the second largest and the most popular of the Ionian Islands. Other well-known islands in the Ionian Sea include Kefalonia and Zante.


The Church of Saint Spiridon was built in the 1580s and houses many fascinating ancient relics and artifacts which are open for public viewing.


The poet Homer once dubbed Corfu 'a beautiful and rich land.' That richness and beauty hasn't waned over the years, despite the popularity with holidaymakers.


Sissi's Palace, or Achilleon as it is better known, is a stunning palace and gardens in the charming village of Gastouri.


Mount Pantokrator is the highest mountain on Corfu and offers hikers fantastic views of the surrounding islands and a tiny, Greek Orthodox church to admire.


Corfu was discovered by the Greeks as early as 1200BC and has come under rule by many different countries giving it a rich culture and history to explore.


The Old Fortress in Corfu Town is a Venetian fortress built in the early 15th century. Visitors can climb to the top of the lighthouse for spectacular views.


Tourists and locals flock to sit in the sunshine of the grassy Liston square, where you’ll find dozens of bars and cafés and even a game of cricket to watch.


Paleokastritsa Monastery is a charming monastery where visitors can enjoy some tranquility, light a candle, or pet the friendly cats!