You may be asking what can be special about tennis in Corfu. For starters, it has the oldest tennis club in Greece established in 1968 by the British. Just like cricket, it started a passion for the sport long before anywhere else in Greece explaining why a large population of Corfu are keen tennis players. You will never find yourself too far away from a tennis court in Corfu.
The entire north east side and most of the west side of the island are full of amazing places to put a mask and look underwater, deep or shallow. The rugged underwater terrain and numerous caves both above and below the waters make up for some very interesting dives!
The word ”photography” translated from Greek means ‘writing with light’ so if light is the primary ingredient of photography, Corfu has one of the most delicious lights anywhere in the World!Amazing spots,great landscapes and beautifull sunsets will make your photos unique!
Corfu’s paragliding sites will satisfy adrenalin junkies who can spend an action-packed day admiring the island’s beautiful landscape from above. Popular sites include Agios Gordios (where you can find an instructor) and Mount Pantokrator if you’re more experienced but always ask a local teacher for all the relevant information.
Pull on your camouflage kit and have fun on this adrenalin fuelled paintballing session with family or friends, test your strategy and competitiveness or play as team: excitement is guaranteed!
Every participant will be be given given a full briefing including safety instruction, rules, health and safety and emergency procedures . Please note that player under the age of 18 must have an legal adult guardian present.
Each participant will then get all items needed to play, footwear is not included so please make sure you wear suitable shoes. After splitting into two groups a member of our team will then give instructions on each tactical game scenario that will take place.
Ionian Sea is an arm of the Mediterranean Sea at Greece’s west coast. The Ionian Sea Islands are gorgeous and the wind patterns that prevail in these waters create excellent conditions for successful Kitesurfing Trips.
The Islands of Kerkyra (Corfu)and paxoi will seduce you with turquoise coloured waters and their long beaches of fine sand. Wind here is reliably constant, blowing at 15-30 knots, ideally suited to kitesurfing and sailing.
A highly underrated sport, kayaking is often ignored as a serious pastime especially when on holidays since many people think of it as physically demanding and boring. Truth be said it can be, but depends completely on the location and knowing when, where and how.
For a Greek island horse riding is uncommonly popular in Corfu, partly due to the large expanses of forest and partly due to the strong British influences the island has had. There is even a rare type of pony native to the island.
Thick vegetation, deserted villages, isolated chapels and a relatively smooth morphology make trekking in Corfu ecpecially interesting. Rare wind flowers, Byzantine and Venetian buildings, “secret” lakes and tiny rivers will cross your way from your very first off-road journey“”. Several among the Municipalities of the island organise path networks with the necessary signals and resting points, thus supporting you on your trekking through the nature of Corfu.
The mountainous nature of Corfu does not lend a helping hand to golfers but the Ropa valley is a well respected golfing area close to town embedded in deep nature, with its own unique character.