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Corfu is connected by sea routes with Saranda (Albania) and Igoumenitsa (Greece) and Paxos (Ionian Islands) and Ancona, Bari, Brindisi, Otranto, Trieste and Venice (Italy). The crossings to Corfu are served by 7 different sailing companies (A-ships Management, Finikas Lines, Grimaldi Lines, Ionian Seaways, K/x Anek-superfast, Minoan Lines / Grimaldi Euromed and Ventouris Ferries) which offer 65 weekly sailings with maximum duration of 26 hr 30 min and frequent, all day departures. Some of the sailing companies operating this crossing have hydrofoils available, which speed up your journey if you are a foot passenger, but if you want to travel with your vehicle, it is also possible find ferries suitable for transporting vehicles.
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Guide of CORFU
The Island of Corfu is in the Ionian Sea facing the west coast of mainland Greece, it is the marvellous destination chosen by many for the summer holidays and is that beautiful island that welcomed Ulysses before his return to Ithaca. History Its ancient name was Korkyra, which is similar to what Corfu is called by the Greeks today, Kerkyra. The first settlements were created by the Greeks of Eretria and the Illyrians, it later grew as a colony of Corinth. There were many invasions of Corfu because of its favourable position in the Mediterranean Sea. The island is characterized by the differen... [More information]