In the south of the island, seaside located, lies the small holiday-complex consisting of 2 houses with 4 studios and 1 apartment. A big garden with lawn ans palms surrounds the houses, in front of the house sandy beach and the sea.
In the south of the island, seaside located, lies the small holiday-complex within in a approx. 4000 square meters cultivated lawn and garden property with flowers, plants and palms. About 30m behind the directly at the beach located house is this second house, consisting of 2 studios and one apartment. Corner apartment, simply-furnished, built in 1997, approx. 55 square meters, 2 living-/bed rooms each with open kitchen with 2 hotplates, refrigerator with freezer, coffee machine. 1 living-/bed room with 2 single beds and own bathroom with shower and toilet. 1 living-/bed room with 1 double bed and own bathroom with shower and toilet. 1 extra bed for a child possible. Direct exit to the covered terrace. Parking place. Sun loungers on the lawn, outdoor shower, air conditioning. Internet connection (W-LAN).2 Kayaks and a paddle boat can be used free of charge by arrangement with the owner.
The place Potami (translated: river) is situated on the southeastern coast of the island. Taverns, cafes and shops are located to the right and left side of the riverbank. Further south is the town of Aghios Petros with a wide beautiful view over the Greek mainland. The visitor will find numerous cafes, taverns and a mile-long fine sandy beach. The Irini studios are situated directly on the beach.
The Ionian Islands are also called 'Eptanissa', translated the 'Seven Islands'. They include: Korfu, Paxi, Lefkas, Kefalonia, Ithaki, Zakynthos and Kythira. The island group is located in the Ionian Sea west of the Greek mainland and the Peloponnese. Corfu is the northernmost and second largest of the Ionian Islands and is rightly called 'the green island' called. Corfus landscape is characterized by densely-covered mountains, ancient olive groves, cypress forests and several sandy coves. The name was given by two crags ('Korifes', Koryphäen) to be seen if Corfu is reached across the sea.