Well, I am a relative newby - have now visited Corfu for 6 holidays. 5 of them have been in villas in Kalami/Kouloura, another up in the hills in Cremythas - all N/E. Must admit I do love Kalami.
But this summer we decided we really should visit the south, so off we went for a day drive. I know we didn't have time to see it all, but I'm afraid it didn't do it for me. The worst moment was when we found ourselves in the middle of Kavos - we thought we had avoided it, but somehow the road led straight in. Oh boy, was it bad! We beat a hasty retreat and went back north. Each to their own and I am sure there are some lovely places in the south - we just didn't find them.
Have visited Sidari and Roda, and again they are too busy and "English" for me personally. I like Kassiopi, and another discovery was Avlaki which has a lovely beach (though pebbles).
I agree, it's also the people you meet - and Kalami has some lovely people...
Message posted by Peter d22 on 26 October 2009 at 6:34pm - IP Logged
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