Konstantinos Apartments Hotel

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Ipsos, 49100, Greece
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help

by jalapeeno

Hi can anyone help,

am going to champions league final but staying i corfu, is there a ferry from corfu to athens I can catch???

if there is which port will it be from and to??

and do you think they will be full or will i still be able to get a ferry ticket??

cheers

PJ

Re: help

by dimilag

Hi,

There is no ferry connecting Corfu island to Athens. You have to cross the channel and take the bus from Igoumenitsa to Athens, via Ioannina (but i am not sure about the last one, Tel 26510- 26286). Otherwise, (but i think that it is more expensive) you can catch the ferry that comes from Italy to Patra and there to take a bus (Tel:2610 623886, their site doesn't work) or a train (www.ose.gr) to Athens.

Good Luck

Dimitris

Re: help

by jalapeeno

hi thanks for your answer, but what about thus??


http://www.thepinkpalace.com/bus.html

Re: help

by dimilag

You are absolutely right. There is also the KTEL Kerkyras, which i forgot to mention, sorry for that, (Official bus service) departing each day to Athens at 08.45 - 13.15 - 19.30 and return at 07.00 - 10.00 - 20.30.

Dimitris

Re: help

by Tdiver

http://www.allcorfu.com/ou-buses.html
If you catch the bus,ferry is included

Travel Tips for Corfu Island

Kassiopi - Famous for its handmade lace.

by Jerelis

After all this historical sight seeing we decided that it was time for a refreshment and lunch. Kassiopi has plenty of quieter calmer bars and restaurants, the latter mix of tourist and traditional, with particular good fresh fish thanks to local fishermen. After lunch and a nice cold frapé in the village centre we returned to the harbour area. Despite of being an established resort, Kassiopi still retains something of its fishing village past. Fishermen still work from the harbour alongside flashier modern boats. This local harbour with its pretty little square is today the focal point of the town's social life. We also enjoyed the views out to sea to the Albanian coast.

We ended up at Agathi's Lace Shop. Greece is famous for its handmade lace and embroidered cotton and there is lots of choice at this shop! We also saw women at work as they made lace tablemats and embroidered tablecloths. When we left the village we said to each other that Kassiopi is still a working historical port and it's an interesting one too!

Address:
Village of Kassiopi.

Directions:
Situated at the north east side of the island. It is a 17 km drive from the capital of Corfu, Corfu Town.

Benitses - A reputation for its liveliness.

by Jerelis

Before we visited this little village we heared that it had a reputation for its liveliness. But once we arrived we found out that Benitses has returned to a sleepy fishing village with numerous tavernas and restaurants including a Chinese! The resort and town is about three quarters of a mile long, with mainly small restaurants and bars. It has 800 inhabitants and an abundance of tourist type shops.

Like we said, Benitses is a former fishing village set amidst wooded hills on the east coast of the island of Corfu and is facing the Greek mainland. The village centers on a small harbour where fishing boats moor and beaches stretch along the seashore. We liked it that Benitses now offers something of a quieter and more relaxing atmosphere than that what we heared of in advance. We noticed that Benitses now retains the more traditional village architecture than many other Corfu resorts. It has whitewashed houses decked in flowers and there are still local fishermen working from the pedestrianised harbour.

The island of 100 beaches

by DeYo

Kerkyra (or Corfu or Krf) is the great island to visit, located at north-west of the Greece in the Ionian Sea. It's a big island so the right thing to do is to rent a car or even better come to the island with your own car, then you will be able to see a couple of beaches and visit couple of little towns in the same day.

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