Located off the far northwest coast of Greece, Corfu is the northernmost island of the Ionian group and is situated in the Adriatic Sea, southwest of Albania and east of Italy. Measuring approximately 615 km2, Corfu is nicknamed the ‘emerald island’ after its stunning natural beauty. The spectacular coastline offers lovely coves and beautiful beaches as well as traditional villages, Byzantine churches, museums, fortresses and elegant, Venetian-influenced towns. Corfu is also one of few places where you can experience ancient European history in a single location. Use the Corfu map below to explore regions of the city, or choose your accommodation with the help of our handy hotel map.