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The old town of Corfu is a protected UNESCO monument. A walk to the Spaniada, to the square, to the picturesque chapels, to the palace and in Agios Spyridon may give you a sense of the city's great history.
Gouvia Marina Book online easy and fast your transfers from Corfu Airport to Gouvia Marina Meet & Greet at the airport. Choose a luxurious taxi or a Mini Van (up to 8 people). Free wi-fi into the vehicle. Time from Corfu Airport to Gouvia Marina? - Approximately 15'-20' Enjoy a stress-free and comfortable transfer direct to your yacht with your personal driver. About Gouvia marina Gouvia Marina, the first privately owned marina in Greece. It is situated about 6 kilometres from the town of Corfu and 7 kilometres from the International Airport. Transfers Corfu airport to Gouvia Marina take 20 minutes. For many years seamen considered the harbour and the bay of Gouvia as a natural link between the Adriatic and the Mediterranean Sea as well as a port of call, where they could sail in, to repose, enjoying the climate and the beauties of the island. The marina has a mooring capacity of 1,235 yachts, on both permanent and floating pontoons while there are also dry dock facilities for approximately 520 yachts. Distribution of berths is based on the dimensions of the boats. Gouvia Marina can gladly accomodate boats up to 80 m long and with 5,5 m draft. At all berths electricity is available (220V and 380V) as well as fresh water. Yachting in the area is ideal. The northwest of Corfu lies to the Diapontian Islands - Mathraki, Othonoi, and Erikoussa. The first one is surrounded by shelving reefs and the approach is extremely difficult. The other two islands, however, can be considered as the first port of call for vessels approaching from the Adriatic and are thus well-frequented. The area from Sidari to the Ag.Spiridon Peninsula has forms shallow, sandy beaches, and is ideal for novice swimmers and beach games. The northeast coast is ideal for exploring by boat, with its easy access to shore, and calm, warm waters. Kassiopi is a colorful harbour. In the 4th century B.C., this was an important Roman port, dedicated to the god Kassios Zeus, protector of seafarers. Between Kassiopi and Barbati the coastline is sculpted into a chain of small bays and coves, ideal moorings for all types of vessel. Many people need transfers from Corfu airport to Gouvia Marina and way back, because they land at Corfu international airport. You can find more details about Gouvia Marina here Book online