Between Italy and Greece, the Ionian Islands are an archipelago with a mild climate.
Corfu is the largest island in the archipelago. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the island is home to an astonishing array of architecture, reflecting its British, French and Venetian history. And make sure to check out the towering citadel that protects the island’s capital city (conveniently named Corfu). Enjoy a swim on one of the magnificent beaches of the Ionian Islands, before knocking back a shot (or two) of kumquat liqueur, a popular drink amongst the locals.