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Old Perithia

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Pantokrator Mountain

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Events

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Gastronomy

The traditional cuisine of Corfu includes delicacies that will appeal to both the ordinary traveller as well as the most demanding gourmet. They are special flavours that are linked to the place and shape the gastronomic experience typical of the island.

Some dishes may have faded into oblivion or may be found only in a few little tavernas or in homes, but most of these, fortunately, are served at most of the island’s restaurants.

Wild greens. Typical food of rural families. Boiled wild greens in a deep bowl with their broth, and lots of lemon juice and good olive oil.

Corfou. A local cow’s cheese with a particular tang. It was not produced in Corfu until the 1960s, and used the Italian pecorino as a prototype.

 

 

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Acharavi

The traditional cuisine of Corfu includes delicacies that will appeal to both the ordinary traveller as well as the most demanding gourmet. They are special flavours that are linked to the place and shape the gastronomic experience typical of the island.

Some dishes may have faded into oblivion or may be found only in a few little tavernas or in homes, but most of these, fortunately, are served at most of the island’s restaurants.

Wild greens. Typical food of rural families. Boiled wild greens in a deep bowl with their broth, and lots of lemon juice and good olive oil.

Corfou. A local cow’s cheese with a particular tang. It was not produced in Corfu until the 1960s, and used the Italian pecorino as a prototype.

 

 

Roda

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Kassiopi

The traditional cuisine of Corfu includes delicacies that will appeal to both the ordinary traveller as well as the most demanding gourmet. They are special flavours that are linked to the place and shape the gastronomic experience typical of the island.

Some dishes may have faded into oblivion or may be found only in a few little tavernas or in homes, but most of these, fortunately, are served at most of the island’s restaurants.

Wild greens. Typical food of rural families. Boiled wild greens in a deep bowl with their broth, and lots of lemon juice and good olive oil.

Corfou. A local cow’s cheese with a particular tang. It was not produced in Corfu until the 1960s, and used the Italian pecorino as a prototype.

 

 

Kalami

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Sidari

The traditional cuisine of Corfu includes delicacies that will appeal to both the ordinary traveller as well as the most demanding gourmet. They are special flavours that are linked to the place and shape the gastronomic experience typical of the island.

Some dishes may have faded into oblivion or may be found only in a few little tavernas or in homes, but most of these, fortunately, are served at most of the island’s restaurants.

Wild greens. Typical food of rural families. Boiled wild greens in a deep bowl with their broth, and lots of lemon juice and good olive oil.

Corfou. A local cow’s cheese with a particular tang. It was not produced in Corfu until the 1960s, and used the Italian pecorino as a prototype.

 

 

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