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Corfu Region

Corfu Region

Mini Markets and Shopping
The nearest super market is a 10-15 minute walk towards Kassiopi. Just follow the road to Kassiopi, turning right at the main gates of the property.

Kassiopi has a variety of gift shops, clothes shops and shoes.

Gas Station
The nearest petrol station is situated at Kassiopi, 5 minutes drive from the hotel. Turn right at the main gates and drive towards Kassiopi. When you reach the main road – you will see a super market on your right- turn left. You will see the Petrol Station approximately 300 meters on your left.

Post Office (ΕΛΤΑ)
The post office in Kassiopi is open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. (situated inside the Co-Op supermarket off the main square), Monday to Friday. Facilities include selling telephone cards as well as the traditional functions of a post office.

Internet Facilities
There are Internet cafes in Kassiopi, costing approximately 3€ per 30 minutes.

Currency Exchange 
There are numerous exchange facilities in Kassiopi. There is an ATM machine located in the town-centre, at the main square, one down at the harbor, and one outside the Co-Op supermarket. Cards with Visa, Maestro and Cirrus symbols (including current account debit cards) are normally accepted with a commission charged for this service. Instructions are available in English. Please bear in mind that not all cards will work. You may be asked to present your passport for any bank transactions. A receipt will normally be provided.

Telephones
The nearest public telephone box is situated on the main road a 10-15 minute walk and outside “Nikos” supermarket. Public telephones operate on a card system. Cards cost 4€ and may be purchased from post offices, kiosks and some of the local shops. You may also be able to purchase “Smile” or “Talk Talk” phone cards, which also cost 4€ but can be used for much longer calls. Cheaper call rates apply between 22.00 and 08.00 daily. To dial the UK, prefix the number with 0044 and omit the zero from the area code.

Food and Restaurants
The nearest taverns are situated on Avlaki bay (TAVERNA AVLAKI and CAVO BARBARO). For a wider variety you can walk to Kassiopi, which is approximately a twenty-five minute walk away or you can also try St Stephano’s bay, which takes about forty-five minutes on foot.

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    Corfu Region
    Mini Markets and Shopping. The nearest super market is a 10-15 minute walk towards Kassiopi. Just follow the road to Kassiopi, turning right at the main gates of the property.Kassiopi has a variety of gift shops, clothes shops and shoes.
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    Corfu Travel
    Corfu is an Ionian Island located between mainland Greece and Italy. It is situated on the west coast of Greece, near Albania on the east and Italy on the west, and is considered to be one of its greenest and most beautiful islands.
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    Corfu Island
    Whilst some areas of Corfu have been developed for mass tourism since the 1960’s, much of the island remains untouched, boasting uninhabited olive groves, picturesque landscapes, and some of the best beaches in the Ionian.
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    Corfu History
    The history of Corfu is said to begin somewhere between 70.000 – 40.000 B.C. dating back to the Paleolithic Age. The first inhabitants of Corfu were Liburnians (of Illyrian decent) a seafaring race who held influence over the Dalmatian and Ionian Seas.