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Overview Of The Port Of Corfu

About Corfu
Corfu (also known as Kerkyra) is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea, it is the second largest of the Ionian Islands.

Corfu Town is excellent for shopping, cafe culture and dining. The majority of the tourist souvenir shops are located within the walls of the Old Town.

Ayios Spyridon Church is dedicated to Corfu's patron saint, whose body is kept in a sarcophagus next to the altar.

The Old Fort (Esplanade) is a good stop, Albania can be seen from the east side.

For art and history lovers there is the Archaeological Museum (Demokratias and the Esplanade) and the Museum of Asian Art.

Pontikonissi (aka Mouse Island) and Vlaherna are two tiny islands used in countless photos of Corfu. Vlaherna has a small convent, while Mouse Island is known for a 12th century Byzantine church.

Mon Repos beach, a 15 minute walk on the promenade south of the Old Town, is a favourite with locals. Mon Repos estate is just behind the beach, has some of the best preserved archaeological ruins on the island.

Further afield lies Achilleion Palace and family favourite Aqualand waterpark.

There is lots of choice when it comes to food in Corfu, from international cuisine to local dishes such as veal with garlic, rabbit in white wine sauce, moussaka and dolmades.
Cruise Terminal
Ships dock at the new port of Igoumenitsa. It is around a 20-30 minute walk into Corfu Town. There are sometimes free shuttles to the passenger services terminal, some cruise lines also offer shuttles to and from Corfu Town.

Taxis are available outside the terminal and buses from the port car park.

Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Corfu

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