The impossibly green and magical island of Corfu (Kerkyra) is set in the azure blue waters of the Ionian Sea. Nestling between Italy, Greece and Albania, it is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt destinations in the Mediterranean.
Famed for its ancient olive groves and vineyards, and dotted with elegant cypress, pomegranate, pear, apple and fig trees, Corfu is the backdrop to Gerald Durrell’s enchanting novels, Prospero’s island in Shakespeare’s The Tempest, and mythical refuge to Jason and The Argonauts. This is a magical place rich in history, culture and tradition.
Industrial farming is practically unknown and the entire island is almost completely free from any use of insecticides or chemical fertilizers. It’s rich and fragrant lands nurtured only by the hot summer climate, mild winters and year round rainfall.