Major airlines offer direct flights to Corfu from England, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Austria, Serbia, Holland, France and Switzerland. Connecting flights from these countries link Corfu with the rest of the world. Most international flights arrive into Ioannis Kapodistrias Corfu Airport, located around 2 kilometres south of Corfu town, serving both scheduled and charter flights from… Continue Reading Flights to Corfu
How to get to Paxos
The Kamelia lines company operates one fast boat, Despina for foot passengers between Paxos and Corfu and takes about 1.5 hours. Tickets cost approximately €10.80. For timetabling information please contact Kamelia Lines email@example.com or call at +30 26620 32131.
The Flying Dolphin company Joy Tours operates a hydrofoil service, the Ilida, which transports foot passengers from Corfu to Gaios, the main harbor on Paxos, and vice versa. The journey takes about 1 hour and costs around €24. For timetabling information please contact: Corfu Office: email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +30 26610 44004 Paxos Office: email: email@example.com… Continue Reading Hydrofoils
If you are arriving via the Greek mainland / Igoumenitsa, or wish to take a trip over there during your stay on Paxos, there is a car ferry service that runs between Gaios harbor on Paxos to Igoumenitsa on the mainland. It takes about 1hr45 and runs approximately 3 times per week in low season… Continue Reading Ferries
Sea Taxis If you would like to arrive in style and travel according to your own timetable, you could take a private sea taxi. This is a good option for groups of up to 8 people traveling together but needs to be booked well in advance, particularly in the high season, as demand is high.… Continue Reading Sea Taxis