2010 will be held on the beautiful Greek Island of Corfu, which
is the most popular of the Ionian Islands. It is a very green
island and is the product of a mixture of the civilizations that
have passed through at various times.
The town of
impresses and charms the visitor with its two forts, narrow
streets, tall houses, arcades, Venetian-built Town Hall, church
to Saint Spyridon, the island's
patron saint, flower-filled gardens, and balconies with their
superb wrought-iron fences.
sights, Corfu is a
small paradise on Earth. From
Paleokastritsa to Kanoni,
from the Achillion to Pontikonissi and Corfu's
northern coast, one will find crystal water scenic coves
greenery and vegetation that 'sinks' into the deep blue sea.
Corfu island is one of
the most interesting islands of the Ionian sea. It is an amalgam
of natural beauties, traditional features and archaeological
island lies to the north of the Ionian sea at the entrance of
Adriatic. It is the second largest island in the group known as the Seven
Islands, or Eptanisa. Corfu
is the island of miracles and wonders, where every moment the
scene changes without affecting the harmony of the terrain.
The greenest of the Greek islands,
Corfu has three
million olive trees. As well as a flower-strewn countryside and
Adriatic-style villages. It has splendid coastal scenery and
some excellent secluded beaches.
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