Transport

Fights
Fly to – Corfu, Kapodistrais Airport
Flights available from £65 return

www.kissflights.com
www.easyjet.com
www.travelrepublic.co.uk
www.airflights.co.uk
www.cheapflights.co.uk
www.thomson.co.uk
www.flythomascook.com
www.skyscanner.net

Between November and March there are no flights direct from the UK to Corfu, however you can fly to the island via Athens or travel by ferry.

Ferry

A ferry connection from Igoumenitsa (Greek Mainland) runs every day, 6am to 10pm. There are two types of ferries: the open ferry is cheaper but takes 105min while the larger ferry takes 1hr. From the port of Igoumenitsa you can also sail to the southern part of Corfu at Lefkimi. Every Friday a ferry links Corfu to the Sagiada, on the mainland 40-45min and, four times a week, a ferry goes to Paxi, via Igoumenitsa. Corfu is also on the ferry route between Italy – Brindisi, Bari, Ancona, Trieste and Venice.

http://www.ferriesingreece.com/?aff=greekislandcouk

Transfers

There are local taxis available from the airport; Villa Wisteria is approximately 35k from the airport.
We can arrange private transfers for up to 6 people, please enquire for rates.

Getting around Corfu

There are various ways to travel around the Island of Corfu. Hiring a car, taking a local bus or taxi. You can also rent your own speed boat to experience the beautiful views from the sea.
Scooters and motor-bikes do not mix very well with local roads. However, if you do, then insist on having a crash helmet and never drink and ride. Within walking distance of the villa you will find several places to rent scooters and bikes.
Cycling is fast becoming a popular option to get around the local area and take in some of the amazing views. There are several places to hire mountain bikes in the resort. They are reasonably cheap and crash hats are provided. Local buses are a cheap way to travel, but the bus timetables are a little difficult to find and often change without notice. The best way is to ask a ‘local’.