Welcome to Corfu-loaded, the one stop site for advice on exploring Corfu, driving on Corfu, best places to visit on Corfu, advise for holiday makers about the best times to visit Corfu, the wildlife on Corfu and a printable Map of Corfu, plus many other items and tips to ensure your visit is a successful and happy one - now including advice for mobile phone use.
Corfu is situated off the west coast of Greece and Albania. In fact Albania is more visible when visiting the east of the island. Corfu is approximately a 2.45 hrs flight from the UK. A brief history of the island can be found here. Corfu enjoys a very pleasant Mediterranean climate, with warm /hot summers and mild and wet winters. This wet period is what makes Corfu the beautiful land that it is. The green and lush landscape is alive with flora and fauna of every colour and hue and is the habitat of some fantastic Corfu wildlife species of mammals, birds, reptiles and fish.
From the beautiful villages in the North to the Venetian architecture abound in Corfu Town, down to the lively and boisterous town of kavos in the South, Corfu has something to offer for all tastes.
Here you will find advice for things like driving on Corfu, Including a driving on Corfu Video, which will be invaluable for the first time visitor. The site gives hints and tips for getting the most out of exploring Corfu and recommends some of the best places to visit on Corfu.
Keep a look out for cost saving tips, recommended holiday companies and essentials for a successful and enjoyable vacation, ranging from how to effectively deal with mosquitoes to Corfu navigation tips and some essential Common Greek phrases to help you on your way. Make sure that you also check out our page which includes the best times to visit Corfu and provides information about the average temperatures, travel information and much more!
Throughout the site you will find links to the best reputable online Travel agencies operating in Corfu along with up to date weather information.
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