The mountainous northeastern tip of Corfu lies smack in front of Sarandë. These days, more high-speed hydrofoils than ever are heading from Sarandë to Corfu Town, which is called Kérkyra in Greek, named after a beautiful nymph brought to the island by Poseidon, the god of the sea. The old town, with several fortresses, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site; it's filled with Venetian villas and magnificent British residences like the early-19th-century Palace of St. Michael and St. George.
By John Oseid
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Corfu 491 00, Greece
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