Vicky Apartments

San Stefanos, Greece
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89%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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26
Very Good
32%
17
Average
7%
4
Poor
7%
4
Terrible
1%
1

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  • Families50
  • Couples83
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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painting at Kapodistrias’ housepainting at Kapodistrias’ house

cold food at XRYSOMALLIScold food at XRYSOMALLIS

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Forum Posts

Bus from Kerkira to Paleokastrista

by papillon837

How long is the bus ride ?

Re: Bus from Kerkira to Paleokastrista

by mariakaptein

http://www.terrakerkyra.gr/metakinisi/en/metakinisi01.html here you have it ! times and prices !! Paleokastritsa is also a nice walking area, if you like to walk !! have fun!! marja

Re: Bus from Kerkira to Paleokastrista

by papillon837

Thanks Marja,

Very informative site. My problem is that our ship is only in Kerkira for one day between 9;00 and 6;00pm. The first bus to Paleokatrista is at noon. This is why I would like to know how long is the bus ride so I have time to visit and come back to catch the ship.

John

Travel Tips for Corfu Island

Sinarades - To us the most beautiful village!

by Jerelis

The derivation of the word Sinarades comes from the Byzantine surname Sinaras. Although the village was built much earlier, nothing was documented about its existence prior to the 15th century. From Theodora we learned that most stories, with history lessons, have been handed down from generation to generation.

We parked the car at the central square of the village. Right there you'll find the village's one bar (Café Olympia), bus stop and mini market. After our walk through the village we had a nice cuppaccino at Stellios' Taverna and enjoyed the peace and quiet atmosphere.

Sinarades is one of the biggest villages on the island and probably the most traditional one. It is still a very "lived in" village with traditional ways of life and architecture. Sinarades once again is a lovely village for a gentle walk with some breathtaking coastal views from "Aerostatos" a viewpoint on the outskirts of the village. So for us Sinarades was the most beautiful one!

Address:
Village of Sinarades

Directions:
Situated at the middle west side of the island. It is a 25 km drive from the capital of Corfu, Corfu Town.

Cypresses in Paleokastritsa

by JLBG

Paleokastritsa is not only a landscape over the sea but there is also an inland landscape that most visitors unfortunately do not notice! The tall and narrow cypresses stand high in front of the blue waters of the sea and over the Mediterranean spiny bushes and shrubs with occasional olive trees. That makes another kind of typical Mediterranean landscape.

Saint Georges South

by Tracyden

"A weekend in Greece"

We (my and husband) stayed at St Georges south just for a weekend. I hadn't realised that you could travel to a greek island for such a short stay and I don't think you usually can outside of the beginning the the very end of the season.

Corfu had previously only been a stop of experience for us - spending a few hours before sunrise at a cafe in Corfu Town harbour waiting for the boats to start running to our favourite greek destination (so far). Corfu town looked great but we never had the chance to explore on these occasions and likewise we didn't on this break - maybe one day.

We stayed self catering at a scruffy but adequate apartment hotel with a pool that was too cold to use so early in the season - the room was in need of some repairs and updating - check out the groovy tiles man!

"The resort"

We arrive in St Georges at the very start of the season - the resort consisted of just one main road with lots of little bars and restaurants stretched along this - at least fifty per cent of these were still closed for business, but extremely busy little hive of activities - owners were performing maintainance and sprucing up the paintwork in anticipation of a busy tourist season.

As we walked along the street each day - all of two days - we were pleasantly surprised by the enthusiastic greetings of the locals - all looking shocked at how short our stay was. Special mention to George who rents out the Quad bikes. One of the locals has a dog who enjoyed walking along the road the the beach with the tourists.

"The beach"

The beach is a huge expanse of sand at the very bottom of the resort main road. We were lucky with the weather - as it can be cold and rainy at the beginning of May and indeed by greek standards it was still chilly - the locals were all still wearing their anoraks - we spent most of our short break on the beach.

There is a large all inclusive hotel on the beach with their own loungers but no one appeared to care when we illegally allocated outselves two and got on with the serious business of reading our holiday fiction.

Unfortunately our trip vey quickly came to an end and we shared our transfer back to corfu airport in a small minubus with some all inclusive hotel guests who smelt and sang as if they had been using there free booze entitlement up to the last minute. Unbreak my Heart will always remind me of corfu and stale lager.

Our trip home was on a very empty plain - only 29 passengers - but not as empty as the flight from corfu to birmingham which consisted of one elderly lady who was loving the personal service!

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Address: San Stefanos, Greece