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Corfu Town Historical Tour

Corfu town certainly was made for walking…the city unfolds like a poem, one that you read block by block as you stroll narrow picturesque paths, colorful and charming alleys…

€64/pp 3hrs

Corfu Food Tour

The best way to discover our beautiful Corfu Town through food, culture and it’s people! Let us introduce you to the local food artisans and traders of Corfiot cuisine and offer you an unforgettable sensory experience!

€68/pp 3hrs

Plan your Own Corfu Private Tour

Get to experience Corfu your way… For those who wish an unparalleled experience of what the island has to offer, we are here to tailor make a tour which is planned and designed to your taste and interests. Whatever the theme you prefer for your own Corfu Private Tour, we’ll make it an unforgettable experience filled with comfort and the highest quality of services you could have ever encountered. Whether you enjoy adventure, fancy luxury, history, culture or food and wine the Corfu Private Tours provides you with the means to make your wish a lifetime memory.

Upon Request

Corfu Food & Cultural Tour

A perfect combination of Corfu’s History and unique cuisine by experiencing a rich tapestry of flavors and aromas in some of the city’s well hidden eating spots.

€68/pp 3-3.5hrs

Corfu Wine Tasting Tour

For a memorable tour of a unique wine tasting experience combined with the pleasure of tasting Greek delicacies, you can trust the Wine Corfu Tour to offer you a day to remember!!

 

Upon Request

Corfu Hiking Tour

Corfu is mostly famous for its amazing beaches, the beautiful old town and its vibrant life. What many people do not know about Corfu is that it offers wonderful destinations for walking and hiking.

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Happy 1st March!

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The 1st of March is the beginning of Spring in Greece, which means warmer days and a burning sun. The tradition wants that mothers braid bracelets for their children. These bracelets are called “martaki”or “the little March”. They are made of red and white twisted thread and are tied onto the wrists of the children.
The superstition is that the children wear these bracelets so that the sun of early spring doesn’t burn their cheeks. The bracelet is red and white, symbolizing purity, and the red, life and passion.

The bracelets are worn until the end of March. Then they are cut off and tied to a tree branch to be taken by swallows and build their nests.

Others say that they wear the bracelet until Easter day, and burn it with the lamb that is roasted. This is said to be symbolic of Christ’s resurrection, where all our sins burn away and disappear.

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