Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Greek Easter in Corfu 2012


Greek Easter falls on April 15th this year and we are pleased to be able to promote an ideal hotel to spend your Easter holiday and experience an unique religious tradition on the beautiful island of Corfu, Greece.  Damia's Apart-Hotel offers you an Easter celebration package including Continental breakfast and evening meal whilst on Easter Sunday the opportunity to part-take in the roasting of the split lamb, red eggs and more.  For detailed information and bookings email: damiahotel@yahoo.gr or contact: info@corfuselections.com

Located in Peroulades near to Sidari, North Corfu prices are from 34 Euros per persons per night including Continental Breakfast & Evening Meal.  An optional day and evening programme is available to book to see Corfu Town's Friday Epitaph as well as Saturday morning's pot smashing - a real Corfiot tradition.  Saturday night mass may be experienced at any of the nearby local chuched both within walking and driving locations.
Open from 12/04/2012.
reservations ; damiahotel@yahoo.gr & info@corfuselections.com

Free Parking on site.
Transfers (local charge) can be arranged from airport/port to hotel.

For Spring time accommodation including Easter see our website: www.corfuselections.com

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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.