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Most of Corfu's holiday resort development has taken place on the eastern coast with its' pebbly beaches, north and south of the islands' airport, with resorts such as Ipsos, Dassia, Gouvia and Kavos attracting a younger clientele. Families on Corfu holidays are well-catered for in resorts such Acharavi, Sidari, Agios Stefanos and Kassiopi in the north of Corfu, with glorious sandy beaches and safe swimming conditions for children. The north of Corfu is mountainous and green, with the north-west remaining fairly untouched by tourism.
Holidays in Corfu revolve around the beach, but for those looking for a little more than relaxing in the sun, there are plenty of watersports activities to keep you occupied. And away from the beach the island offers golf and horse-riding. It also offers Aqualand, one of the largest water parks in Europe.
The capital, Corfu Town, with its' colonial faded grandeur, remnants of Venetian architecture and the bustling public square is definitely worth a visit during your holiday to Corfu.
Corfu provides a wide array of activities to choose from, catering to all tastes and ages. It's an ecstasy for water sport enthusiasts. Climbing, sailing, windsurfing, pedaloes, canoes, kayak - Indian canoe, horse riding, trampoline, trekking, mountain biking self-drive boat and laser sailing or water-ski, snorkelling and fishing. This is one reason why travellers from across the world choose to holiday in Corfu.
This island is littered numerous historical sites, museums, galleries and churches. Dionysios Solomos Museum, Mon Repos Park, St Spyridon Church, Temple of Artemis, Villa Achillion is just among the few historical sites that are worth visiting. For those with artistic taste, there is theatre, festivals, music, and museums to visit that take you back to history. One must also not miss the gorgeous beaches and resorts of this island. Corfu offers impressive package for all its visitors.