Weather in Corfu island. Actual conditions and forecast
Week forecast for temperature, rain and cloudiness
Map of wind conditions for Corfu island area
Map of Corfu island temperature forecast1. You can zoom in to Corfu island using the '+' button, or check temperatures around the globe by the '-' button.
2. Besides this, you can grab the map by your mouse button and move it to see the temperature in other regions.
This temperature map is centered around Corfu island. The map is real-time and interactive.
Rain forecast for Corfu island area1. Using the control panel above this map, you can check the rain forecast for Corfu island for any period within next 10 days.
2. Via the top control panel, you can check the following weather parameters: Temperature, Cloud cover, Precipitation, Wind and Pressure.
This precipitation forecast map is centered around Corfu island. The map is also real-time and interactive.
Climate in Greece and weather forecast - best seasons for visitWith the onset of February, the air temperature rises significantly. There are more sunny days and the day becomes longer. The average temperature is about 13C at night and about 17C in the daytime. The temperature in the southern part of Greece reaches 19C. As a rule, short snow falls in March. The air temperature is slightly higher than in February. The duration of the day in April is 12 hours. In the continental region, the temperature of the air warms to 15 degrees Celsius. On the islands, the thermometer can display up to 20C. The amount of precipitation in this period is reduced to a minimum. Once regular clouds disappear completely. In May, there is a real heat in Greece. During the day, the air temperature can be 26C. Nights are still cool with about 12C on average. Precipitation at the end of spring is rare. As a rule, all days are sunny and hot. The water temperature in May reaches 18C. A beach season begins. … Open
Sights of Corfu island - photogallery
Corfu island guide chapters
Shopping, streets and outlets
The unique product, you can only find on Corfu and nowhere else in Europe, is a kumquat. This peculiar fruit that looks like orange acclimated only here and became the landmark of the island. “Kumquat” liqueur will be a unique purchase. You can buy it in any souvenir shop in Kerkira or other big cities. The bottles can be of a different shape – for example, as an ancient Greek God or the map of the island. … Open
Paleokastritsa attracts fans of hideaway; it's popular among divers. The beach consists of quiet coves. There is a huge amount of underwater sights, which would be interesting to explore, in the immediate vicinity of the coast. Those who aren't fond of diving can diversify leisure with another amazing entertainment option. They can rent a boat to explore nearby rocky caves. One of the smallest and quietest is gravel … Open
Corfu island for children - what to visit
If you are a fan of beautiful views and you if like to observe local lifestyle, you will enjoy the Palaiokastritsa town. Except natural treasures watching and cave hiking, small kids, as well as teenagers, will be attracted by various water activities. Drastis Thematic Park is also a must-visit. It won’t be hard to get a short sightseeing tour even with little children. If your kids are older, you can take … Open
Travel guide to Corfu island
The majority of travelers visit Corfu Island with one desire – to relax on the picturesque beaches. The majority of coastal areas with official public beaches are distinguished by excellent ecological indexes. Several Corfu beaches have a Blue flag label. The island has an unusual location – its shores are washed by two different seas - the Ionian Sea and the Adriatic Sea. Sand and pebble beaches are the most … Open
Traditions and mentality of Corfu island
Almost 90% of Corfu population are Orthodox, that’s why most of the festivals and celebrations are held according to the church calendar. By the way, if you plan to visit any cathedral or a church, don’t wear shorts or a mini-skirt. Otherwise, you may not be allowed to enter. The Feast of St. Spiridon, who is considered to be the patron of the island, is celebrated in a big way. But the biggest … Open
Cuisine and top restaurants
For a desert the Greeks prefer to eat fresh fruit, that grows in plenty on the island. They also make different pastries with thin dough, stuffed with nuts or honey, that is called “filo baklava”. Coffee is always easy to find on Corfu – from iced frappe to hot, strong and sweet vari glyko. Taverns and restaurants offer juices and mineral water, though it is not so easy to find tea, as here it is mainly used … Open