Corfu is the northernmost of the Greek islands. It is cooler than Rhodes or Crete, but the resorts are drenched in greenery. Prices in Corfu are higher than in other regions of the country, and it is justified - there is everything that even the most sophisticated tourist can dream of. The total length of beaches - about 200 km, in addition to swimming, vacationers have fun water skiing and catamarans, playing volleyball, scuba diving.
If you are staying in Kerkyra (the main city of the island), be sure to visit Spianad Square. It is considered to be the most beautiful square in Greece! Interesting ancient temples: the Church of St. Spyridon, which houses the sarcophagus with the relics of the patron saint of the city, and the Catholic Cathedral of St. Christopher. Walking around the Old Town, see the Municipality, the old Regenda Palace and the Liston Building. Not far from Kerkyra, in Kanoni, is the Monastery of Vlaherna, from where you can take a boat to the island of Pondikonisi and see the 13th century church.
Corfu is an open-air museum, but if you can't get enough of it, visit Albania or take a cruise ship to Bari, Italy, where the relics of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker are kept.