the corfu trail
The Corfu Trail is a unique long-distance footpath -stretching approximately 220 km- which runs from the white cliffs near Arkoudillas at Corfu' southernmost tip to the wild coastline of Cape Agia Ekatirini at its northernmost point!
The trail meanders through the island' rural districts and avoids developed areas, takes in beauty spots, biotopes, beaches, picturesque villages, monuments, monasteries and diverse landscapes. The Corfu Trail is waymarked - in both directions- with aluminium CT yellow signs, supplemented by yellow paint arrows, spots and blazes, placed in strategic locations enroute. The accurate Corfu Trail map-and guide book will help you to follow the trail! For two reasons walkers are advised to follow the route from south to north. 1: hikers will walk themselves into fitness, from the gentle south into the more mountainious region in the north. 2. In addition, the most spectacular scenery and the biggest concentration of highlights are in the north of the island.
The terrain varies, with rough footpaths, cobbled mule paths, dirt and gravel tracks, some minor roads and sandy and pebbly beaches. Highest point 900 m, lowest point sea level.
The Corfu Trail is a hiking route off the beaten track, avoiding mass tourism and showing you the islands traditional lifestyle. Therefore we recommend individual walking, small groups of family or friends. Minimum participation: 2 persons. Singles on request. Flexible arrival day.
All programmes include: Accommodation as per programme in double or twin rooms, middle class hotels, taverna/pension rooms with private facilities, on bed & breakfast basis. Small groups of friends or family might share a two bedroom apartment and the facilities. Directions and maps of each day's walking route. Self-guided walking holiday with local assistance. All transfers as per programme, by taxi, company car or minibus, including driver's luggage fees. Luggage transfers to the next accommodation as per programme. Local assistance.Itineraries are subject to change in case of bad weather or unforeseeable circumstances.