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Corfu Food & Cultural Tour

The perfect combination of Corfu’s History and its unique cuisine, experienced through a rich tapestry of flavors and aromas in some of the city’s most well hidden and best eating spots.

Corfu Historical Walking Tour
Corfu Town Historical Tour

To take a walk through Corfu Town, is to take a walk through history. Great empires and civilisations have passed from here leaving their stamp, and influencing the soul of Corfu. It’s all there for you to discover and find out more about.

Memorable Half Day Island Tour by coach

Imagine you had four hours to spare in in one of the most beautiful places in the whole world. Where to go, what to do? Difficult questions but we have an easy answer to offer!

Durrell's Private Tour in Corfu Town

Relive the scenes of your favorite “The Durrells” episode by retracing the steps made by the film crew, as they shot scene after wonderful scene in and around the sights, narrow streets and hidden corners of the City of Corfu.

Durrell Island Private Tour by coach

Retrace the steps taken by the young Gerald Durrel, his brother Lawrence, and their family, when they first came to Corfu, and learn about the places and people that formed the experiences they used to create their wonderful books.


Kathari Deftera


“Kathari Deftera,” Clean Monday in Greek, is considered to be one of the most important feasts all over Greece, each year commencing the 40-day period of the Great Lent for the Eastern Greek Orthodox Church, which is called “Sarakosti.” Sometimes it is called “Ash Monday,” the day during which Lent for the Western Christianity begins.

In this way, the faithful begin the Great Lent with a clean conscience, forgiveness and renewed Christian love. Even people who are not that religious, the period of Lent they avoid eating meat to clean and purify their body!!Eating meat, eggs and dairy products is traditionally forbidden to Orthodox Christians throughout Lent, with fish being eaten only on major feast days.

Clean Monday is a public holiday in Greece, is celebrated with outdoor excursions and the consumption of fasting foods such as: shellfish, octopus, taramosalata, “lagana,” (a special kind of unleavened flatbread, baked only on that day) and a sweet called xalvas which is made of tahini, a sesame paste, and sugar. Traditionally, as Clean Monday is considered to mark the beginning of the spring season, kite flying is also part of the tradition.