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Where to stay in Corfu Island?
Best cheap hotels in Corfu Island
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
When staying in the city center of Corfu Island, consider Corfu Palace with room rates from 274US$.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Corfu Island
If you're looking for luxury hotels in Corfu Island, Mayor La Grotta Verde Grand Resort (Adults Only) or Aeolos Beach Resort are among 21 options which this city has to offer. Enjoy water skiing, horse riding and volleyball by staying at the boutique Grecotel Eva Palace, situated 15 minutes' walk from Corcyra Beach watersports. Corfu Imperial, Grecotel Exclusive Resort is a 5-star chain hotel that offers to try mountain biking, water skiing and tennis.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Families who are visiting Corfu Island and are interested in staying at a home-like place should consider booking an apartment like Solea next to The Venetian Arsenal at Gouvia. If you're visiting Corfu Island, book a snug B&B near Palies Sinies, such as Velanidies In Corfu or Siorra Alessandra. Consider staying at Matoula if you're on a business trip in Corfu Island. Guests traveling to Corfu Island should consider one of the 48 resorts, such as Popi Star, which offers free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and sailing with views of the garden.
City Guide: Discover the best of Corfu Island
Corfu is Homer’s ''beautiful and rich land''.
The great epic author took Corfu to his heart for its lush flora and fauna with more than 2 million olive trees scattered throughout the city. Today, its Mediterranean climate combines with spacious beaches to make Corfu a top tourist destination.
The best is to visit Corfu for yourself and Booked.net can take it easy for you. From cheap hotels in Corfu to luxury offers we have them all at Booked.net. Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms to book your stay.
Even though tourist flock the area, in Corfu you can still find small natural corners that are far cry from business. For example, you can explore rocky coves or some remote sandy beaches or find out more about deserted villages as Old Sinies and Perithia.
When touring Corfu makes you tired, you should relax in the company of Corfiot people and it is best to do in one of restaurants or cafes set on your track. Food in Corfu is part of local culture, so you will find a wide choice of seafood, like fresh recently caught fish and also some meats served with salads and home-made olive oil.
After filling dining, you should keep the action going on sightseeing tour in Corfu. Attractions include;
- Achilleion, a beautiful palace by Empress of Austria Elisabeth of Bavaria
- Roda, a fishing village that developed into a popular destination for holidays
- Lakones offers the view over the bay of Paleokastritsa
- Nymphes, a green suburbia where the Nymphs used to bathe in the waterfalls
The earliest settlement in Corfu dates back to the Neolithic period (6000 BC) that was replaced by the Cretans who colonized the area. Later Corfu joined the East Roman Empire and suffered from continual attacks by the Vandals, Huns, and Normans. It wasn't the last attack of Corfu as further it became a focus of the Venetian interest, British and French. During the World War I the French took temporary over the area in 1916, but it resulted in bombing and bloody campaigns on the island. Even though the most of the city's architecture was destroyed, it became very popular with tourists and in 1962 a palace built for Elizabeth, empress of Austria was transformed into first casino in Corfu.
It was first place for gambling, but not the last as after followed a set of entertainments, like nightclubs, award-winning restaurants and cozy bars – all concentrated near beaches as Kavos, Roda, and Dassia and so on.
With Booked.net you can book a stay in Corfu near one of these beaches or in some more calm surroundings if you consult our interactive map of Corfu hotels.