Hotel Pelekas Beach

Address: Kondogialos Sinaradon, Corfu, Ionian Islands, 490 84, Greece | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Kondogialos Sinaradon, Corfu, is near Paleokastritsa, Kassiopi, Old Fort (Paleo Frourio), and Sidari Resort Area.
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Travel Blogs from Corfu

The Greek Experience

A travel blog entry by haz.gm on Jun 27, 2015

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... The next meeting was with Thomas Cook on Skype which was mostly about the visa landscape in India. They talked about how most embassies are outsourcing their administrative services to VFS which saves time and cost. I also asked them if they have loyal customers and they assured me that being a 150 years old company, customers have built that trust with Thomas Cook and that's why they keep coming back.

The next few days were the same routine of waking up, ...

Corfu

A travel blog entry by bellandken on Jun 25, 2015

5 comments, 13 photos

... the 1990s war destroyed despite being listed with Unesco. We are fortunate in Aus for so many of the old buildings as we travel have been rebuilt/restored as a result of wars. Wednesday visited Kotar and Budva fertile lands and old cities then today Thursday Corfu with our own tour guide visited the old fort where she climbed her old Father up the top then around the town where I was able to contribute to the Greek economy 3 belts for 3 euro each ,no wonder they have ...

26 hr and 126 nautical mile sail to Corfu.

A travel blog entry by egranny on Jun 22, 2015

... were really high rollers that crashed over the front and tossed us about enough for me to have to keep holding on. The wind was about 18 to 20 knots and the head sail was up catching the wind as well. I had to keep an eye on the direction of the wind and alert the captain if it changed so he could change the sail, keep an eye on the wind speed and alert him if that changed and oh yea, keep an eye out of ships and boats and fishing line buoys ...

Mountains ans Stone Bridges

A travel blog entry by 2buckleys on Jun 22, 2015

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... soonish. We decided to camp there abouts and solve the problem the next day.
Not so easy. No stopping allowed in Aristi. No fuel station in the mountain villages. No 'bankomats' in the villages. We were advised to go back 2Km and turn left. We did. That road ended in a hilltop village.

As we were executing a 7 point turn in the tiny square a fellow came out of his café. ...

Sailing in Greece!

A travel blog entry by georgie.dow on Jun 11, 2015

13 photos

... sat next to me and I wasn't totally terrible, it was fun! Eventually dropped the anchor in the middle of the water so we could jump out for a swim!! Spent the rest of the afternoon sailing back to the starting point. Had dinner and started cleaning up the boat so the next morning we were ready to head off to the next destination. Napping on the front of the boat was the best. Did not get burnt and am slightly darker. Massive ...