CORFU HOLIDAY TAXI
ear travellers, thank you for choosing our island for your holidays and wishes you a relaxing and peaceful stay! The island is full of tradition, culture and of course it’s famous, friendly hospitality.
We are a family business located and operating in the north of the island of Corfu. Always ready to be of service, able to transport you safely to your destination, and always be on time for your Arrival or Departure.All our Drivers are Licenced Professionals from the Greek ministry of Transport, offering Services 24/7
We can transfer you from/to Corfu airport or port to/from any place in the north of Corfu, depending on your demands. We operate mainly in the resorts of Sidari, Agios Stefanos - San Stefanos, Arillas, Agios Georgios (Pagi) - San George and Afionas.
Make your reservation via our reservation form or by telephone at:+30-6972767803. All you have to do is to let us know the name/date/time/place and for airport/port arrival the expected arrival time ,flight number or the name of the boat. In the airport/port you will find our driver waiting for you with your name clearly displayed on a board.
A LITTLE BIT ABOUT CORFU
Corfu is the most well-known of the Ionian Islands. It is located just off the north-west coast of Greece in the Ionian Sea. It’s easy to see why Corfu holidays are so popular - the island is famous for its picture-perfect scenery, pristine beaches and endearing people. Many say that Corfu is the most beautiful of all the Greek islands.
From every point of view, Corfu is the most western region in Greece. An island known worldwide as a tourist destination, with undisputed natural, historical and cultural wealth, it has attracted travellers from all over the world, has generated timeless schools of Fine Arts, has demonstrated how sublimely green and blue can combine. Besieged by many nations, it has been governed by the Venetians, the French and the British, who always coveted its economic strength and its strategic geographical position. Greece is often described as standing between East and West, but this applies even more to Corfu, which, whilst maintaining its Hellenic origins, has enriched them with western influences.