Wednesday, 28 December 2011
Easter in Greece falls for 2012, on the 15th April and with direct UK flights from various UK airports and other European destinations, we can provide self catering apartments, small pensions and family style Easter breaks in Sidari, Arillas and Benitses as well as Corfu Town, we can arrange your transfers or driving instructions from the airport/port to your chosen resort. All options are available by booking directly with our owners whom will welcome you for a real Greek Easter on our wonderful island of Corfu. Email: email@example.com for the various options available and prices or see our websites www.corfuselections.com & www.corfuselections.co.uk
Saturday, 10 December 2011
March & April are beautiful times to visit Corfu, with the Springtime wild flowers and a mild climate making walking a pleasureable way to explore the island. Accommodation in March and April now availabale in Sidari and Arillas. With direct UK flights starting March 2012 with Easyjet and Ryanair into Corfu, this is an ideal time to explore the island. For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org or see our website http://www.corfuselections.com & http://www.corfuselections.co.uk/. We can also arrange transfers or local car hire with detailed driving plans.
|Spring Time Flowers in a village Garden|
Lesley Ann Hoy
- After 30 years of working within the Travel, Tourism & Leisure Sector experiencing some truly amazing places around the world, living out of a suitcase, the time came to settle down and enjoy life and loved ones, hence Corfu Selections was created.My experience within the Tourism, Leisure, Tour Operating and Customer Service Industry has provided me with the platform to passionately promote tourism here on Corfu and offer information to all visitors to Corfu - especially the growing independent market. I offer you a Taste of Corfu, directly from Us to You, supporting small businesses on the island of Corfu. I can also introduce small operators looking for beds for contracts directly to the owners with no middle man. The ethos of the website is to promote local business through tourism.