To visit during the winter, you will need to
fly via Athens as there are no direct flights to Corfu. Olympic airways fly
daily from Heathrow to Athens and then to Corfu. The cost is a reasonable 260
pounds sterling return.
You may decide to spend a day or two in Athens (and
why not) before heading for Corfu. If so read up on the Athens report. If you
do not stay in Athens, then consider carefully your connection flights.
Flying with Olympic (the Greek National carrier) is slightly more expensive
that other operators (like EasyJet) but, you will only have a one hour or so
wait at the airport until your connecting flight to Corfu (with the arrival
times of EasyJet, you may have to wait as long as 5 hours!) Another bonus, is
that with Olympic, you will not have to collect you luggage (and re-check in)
at Athens as it will be automatically transferred for you.
Christmas and Easter In Corfu
Christmas in Greece is over
shadowed by Easter, but, over the years it has become a commercial success!
Easter in Corfu is special and many Athenians come over to visit and join
in. For details about how the local Corfiots spend their festive time,
Corfu Holiday FAQs
Take a new look at our FAQ page.
Corfu getting Around
Hire a car, take a bus or use a local taxi, but renting a motor boat can be the experience of your Corfu holiday.
How to avoid Mosquitoes while on Holiday.
How Much Money?
How much will you need for eating out while on Corfu?
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