Corfu is worth visiting for many reasons and the main reason it hat is an extraordinary wonderful island . Corfu is also island that you can find many rare species of flowers and trees . The lush plant life adds charm to the island .Also the amazing color of the Ionian sea and its wonderful beaches attract the tourist from all over the world. Corfu has an amazing climate. The summer is very hot but the breeze of the sea gives a pleasant feeling of coolness and warm days that persist until November. Tourism is a major source of income in the Corfu, so the islanders are very proficient in tourism and make everytinh is possible sp tourists are satisfied with their services. Hotels in Corfu island are the highest quality and professional staff .
I'd love to know how this was thought of - the format for the dates for retirement!!! Date of birth lottery! https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/310231/spa-timetable.pdf Sorry we do not need to hear that "life is not fair" - this is unjust Please sign the petition below and see the WASPI site on Facebook for more info https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/110776
I'm planning on being in Athens for the entire month of August. Along with the warnings about how many tourists there will be, and how hot it will be, people are now telling me it may be dangerous because of the financial situation and the potential withdrawal from the euro-system. I understand that nothing can be predicted right now, but I'd like to hear some of your feelings about this, and will continue to query along this line as the time grows closer. I'd appreciate any responses, and best to all of you.
We are thinking of spending up to two months in Crete thru September and October this year. It is 30 years since we lasted visited Crete and are looking to spend some time in rented accommodation, probably using two different locations at different ends of the island, or one middle location. We will be travelling overland and with our own car. We like quiet places, with a bit of history close by, but with tavernas for eating out, probably within a half hours drive of the sea or closer. We are aware that many places will be closing down in October. If anyone has any suggestions of places we might like (not places like Malia which were once so beautiful) we would be happy to learn of them. Frangocastelli - a peek on Google Earth shows it is still seems relatively undeveloped, can anyone confirm this? Does anyone know what Sissi and Kritsa are like at in October? Thanks