Corfu is the Italian version of the name of this island. The Greek version is Kerkyra. It is the second largest island in the Ionian group of islands. Compared to other Ionian ones, it is located to the north of everything. Corfu in the northeast borders with Albania, from which it is separated by the Kerkyra Strait. The northern part of the island is covered with chalk mountains less than a thousand meters high, it is more fertile and picturesque in contrast to the south of the island, covered with hills. The main city of the island also has a double name: official – Corfu, popularly – Kerkyra.
In the Greek epic, the island was glorified as a meeting place for Odysseus and Queen Nausikai – this happened in Paleokastritsa Bay. Continue reading
Balatonboglar is a cozy town that adorns the southern shore of Lake Balaton with resort opportunities. The distance from the capital of Budapest by only 150 kilometers stimulates the natural interest of tourists with the full transport accessibility of this village.
Mentioned for the first time by ancient chroniclers in 1211, Balatonboglar made his name sound before the Turkish invasion, reaching heights in viticulture and the inevitably concomitant of this craft of winemaking. And in the resort direction, the town began to develop at the turn of the century – an idealistically romantic nineteenth and unpredictably stormy twentieth. Continue reading
Sunny Beach is a popular resort in Bulgaria, located approximately between Varna and Nessebar. This is a resort village, consisting mainly of hotels and surrendering apartments. It is considered the largest resort village in Bulgaria and stretches along the coast for ten kilometers. Administratively, Sunny Beach is considered part of Nessebar, but in reality it is a completely independent resort. It began to be built in the late 50s, and right away, along with the construction of hotels, they created a green landscape park, planting many decorative trees, so now it is one of the greenest areas of the coast. Continue reading