Kerkyra is a very beautiful Greek island and here you can have your best vacation ever. Sea, sun, historical sightseeing, night life, activities, beautiful landscapes and relaxation. Everything is here in one place.
Vergina Apartment is located at “Danilia” village (6 km from the city of Corfu and 2 km from the closest beach “Gouvia” and the main road to Corfu). The village is in a very beautiful landscape and the traveller can enjoy the tranquillity of a small greek village and the beaty of small traditional houses of Kerkyra. The beach of Gouvia (2km from the apartment) provides breathtaking sea activities (jet ski, sea ski etc.) and has beautiful restaurants, cafes and bars near the sea.
There is a mini market, a bakery and a bar-restaurant (Greek Nights every week) very close to the Apartment (1 minute walk). The mini market provides everything you are going to need for your stay. From the main road passes a bus to Korfu every 20 minutes. There is also a bus station outside the bar-restaurant and the bus from Danilia to Korfu passes at 07:30 in the morning and returns at 15:00. There is a taxi rank in Gouvia, from where you can take a taxi in order to go to the beautiful places of Kerkyra. There is also the possibility of calling a taxi to take you from the Apartment. Last but not least, for your convenience we recommend that you should rent a car from Korfu. This option will provide better and easier access to wherever you want to go.
In the block of the apartment there is a swimming pool with sunbeds, umbrellas and showers. There is also a barbecue, where you can cook, and free parking. The apartment is nicely and simply decorated, airy and sunny, with balcony. Free Wi-Fi internet connection is provided in the Apartment.
We ensure you, that we are going to do everything for a pleasant and joyful stay. We wish you the best vacations ever!
Il posto è molto carino,pulito ed il proprietario,Thomas è molto cordiale e tanto disponibile.noi ci siamo trovati molto bene.ve lo consiglio.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
All taxes included.
25% deposit to book the apartment and final payment on your check in.
Cancelation policy: if you cancel 10 days before check in, no refund.
Corfu (Kerkyra) is an island in the Northern Ionian Sea, situated in the entry of the Adriatic sea and near the coasts of the Continent. The coasts in the north-eastern part of the island also approach Albania. The beaches have a total length of 217 km forming many bays and capes. It has a mountainous terrain mainly in the northern part, with its highest peak being Pantokratoras (914 m).
Administratively the island belongs to the Region of Ionian Islands. The prefecture of Kerkyra includes the islands of Kerkyra, Paxon, Antipaxon and Diapontia islands (Othonoi, Ereikousa, Mathraki). The total population of the prefecture is 107.879 residents, according to the census taken by the Greek national statistical organisation in 2001.
The capital of the island, the city of Kerkyra, constitutes the administrative, economic, commercial and cultural centre of the island and today it has a population of 25.000 residents, according to the census taken by the Greek national statistical organisation in 2001, of which 7.000 roughly live in the limits of the Old City. The employment of population is concentrated in the tertiary sector, in the service sector, in the trade and tourism.
The municipality of Kerkyra includes the urban districts: the Analipsi, the Canoni (Pontikonisi), the Figareto, the Stratia, the Goubia, the Kontokali, the Kyra Chrysikou, the Potamos, the Temploni as well as the islands Bido and Lazareto.
The Old City of Kerkyra is a monumental ensemble, unique for Greece. However, the city is also full of life, with operations that are also part of the permanent population and not only addressed for tourists. From 2007, the Old City of Kerkyra, with the Old and New Fortress, is found in the international list of the World Cultural Heritage of UNESCO, as a separate architectural and monumental ensemble that represents an important historical period. The old city of Kerkyra became the 17th Greek monument which can be found in the list of the world heritage of UNESCO.