We don’t have much material yet for this category (hopefully sometime we will have enough money to buy an underwater camera!).
Still, the sea around Corfu is colourful and full of life, just like the island itself. There is rich vegetation, corals, varied seascapes and millions of small and big fish. Bigger fish are rarely seen, as they have learned to be on their guard for fishermen, but if you are lucky (like we were!) you may come across a school of dolphins who live in the area.
I was driving down the road when I saw a little snake cross the road. I stepped gently on the break [...]
Today was the big day! We cleaned up Arillas beach and also did much more! People started to clean t [...]
Yesterday afternoon we went with the kids to the beach for a walk. To our amazement we saw that the [...]
We are so busy with streamlining the website and meeting interesting new people that we forgot to sh [...]
This spring, dr Heather Skinner, Reader in Marketing at the University of Glamorgan, conducted a 5-w [...]
First meeting, 17 February 2013 The meeting was a big success! More than 120 people came and partici [...]
Meeting to get to know each other and discuss on Alternative Tourism and Local Products on Corfu Sun [...]
Yesterday, Sunday 20 January was a big day for Arillas! The results of our research on the tourism o [...]
Yesterday I got a phone call from an unknown number. Yiorgos, the caller, told me he had found a wou [...]