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Corfu in January, here are the 5 things to do.

Corfu is a beautiful Greek island with a rich history and culture. While summer is the peak tourist season, there are still plenty of things to do in Corfu during winter. If you’re planning a trip to Corfu in January, here are five things you should consider doing.


Explore Corfu Town

Corfu Town is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most beautiful towns in Greece. The town is known for its narrow streets, historic buildings, and Venetian fortresses. Walk through the alleys and admire the architecture and the stunning views of the sea. In January, the town is less crowded, so you can take your time exploring without worrying about the crowds.


Take a stroll through the town and don’t miss the opportunity to explore the two fortresses of Corfu, and enjoy the wonderful view of the old town of Corfu from above. It is the perfect spot for many selfies.

Go hiking in the countryside

Corfu has some of the most beautiful countryside in Greece, and hiking is a popular activity for visitors. The weather in Corfu in January is still mild, and the countryside is lush and green. There are plenty of hiking trails, you can choose from, ranging from easy to difficult. Make sure you bring a good pair of hiking shoes and a camera to capture the beautiful scenery.

Visit the Paleokastritsa Monastery

The Paleokastritsa Monastery is a beautiful 13th-century monastery located on the west coast of Corfu island. The monastery is perched on a hilltop and offers stunning views of the sea and the surrounding countryside. The monastery is open to visitors year-round, and in January, you can explore the monastery and its grounds without the crowds.

Try the local cuisine

Corfu is known for its delicious cuisine, and January is the perfect time to try some of the island’s traditional dishes. Try the local seafood, such as Bianco and bourdeto, or sample some of the island’s traditional meat dishes, such as sofrito and pastitsado. Make sure you try the local wine and olive oil, both famous for their quality.

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Corfu is a beautiful island with plenty to see and do, even during the winter months. Whether you’re interested in history, culture, or nature, there is something for everyone in Corfu. So, pack your bags and head to Corfu this January for a memorable trip.

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