As the Greek government are currently looking at putting vat up among other revenue raising ideas its impossible to say exactly what prices will be come the start of the holiday season.
Prices have remained static for the last couple of years so are bound to go up this year (hopefully only slightly).
We look at a minimum of £50 per person a day and we eat out every night and dont get back from the taverna till around 4am most days.
We tend to fish during the day so that saves us some money.
Message posted by janmanessi on 02 March 2010 at 12:05pm - IP Logged
However if you are self catering you should get away with far less than £50 per day- bearing in mind that a good Greek salary to support a family is 1000 Euros a month, often less
Message posted by Deedee on 02 March 2010 at 3:20pm - IP Logged
From your post in another thread I note that you are staying early season in Kaminaki, a lovely but tiny resort on the north east coast. If you want to walk out of Kaminaki there is a steep hill up to the main road. Kaminaki has one mini market and two tavernas. Not enough competition to affect pricing. Kaminaki is beautiful and peaceful but the north east coast of Corfu is not generally the cheapest area of the island for eating out. Does have those gorgeous views of the Corfu channel and Albania on the other side though.
We have not stayed or dined in Kaminaki, we stay at Kalami, also on the north east coast. We have not been since October 2008 either (roll on 21st May), so my information is based on what we were paying then. Prices for starters in Kalami tavernas ranged from €3 to €10 (seafood saganaki), main courses from €8 for simple pasta dishes to €16 for fresh prawns, half a litre of house wine €3.50 to €6.
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