As much as it would be ideal to live a life as if we were on holiday, the reality of it is we still need to take a break from everyday life.
For some people places, homes or even countries remind them of specific tastes.
Italy is generally associated with red wine and pasta, France with white wine and cheese and the United States of America with hamburgers and coca-cola.
What to shop when in Corfu?
Corfu has always been known for its rich cultural background in all forms of art.
Music, theatre, painting and sculpture have all been richly represented in many international forums.
It is fast coming up to everyone’s favourite time of year in Corfu!
Spring is springing, the birds are singing and music rehearsals fill the air.
Easter celebrations in Corfu are famous throughout the land and are simply divine.
This year, Delfinia Hotels have been celebrating their 50th year. As much as it is about the hotels’ great location, beautiful gardens and atmosphere of comfort and ease, it is the hotel’s staff that have consistently brought life and heart into it.
Corfu is also called the Garden Isle of the Mediterranean and in the months of spring it is the most obvious why. A flower lover’s paradise carpets the entire island.
Corfu for walkers is a paradise in the month of May and early June. Spring and early summer is an orgiastic display of colours, fragrances and breathtaking skylines.
Grava Cave in Corfu Island’s seductive south is not your usual dingy, bat crawling, hair raising place.In fact one feels quite comfortably at home as it is evident that people lived here in peace, even if it was 22.000 years ago.