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Most hotels in Corfu, Greece, feature convention centre space, but the Chandris Corfu Hotel is especially impressive. No matter where your convention is on the island, you can look forward to breath-taking views of mountains and ocean. Saint Spiridon is the patron saint of Corfu, so head there during December, November or August to enjoy the atmosphere.
If your Corfu hotel is in Agni Bay, you can reach nearby restaurants via water taxi. Elsewhere on the island, travelling to a restaurant is more conventional. Try Maska Taverna for a traditional Greek food experience.
Leather goods are common in Corfu, so you can easily come home with a bag, belt or wallet. If your hotel is in Corfu Old Town, try the main shopping street there to find more than just conventional souvenirs. Like many parts of Europe, souvenirs are easy to come by, so venture away from tourist areas for something special.
Corfu's oldest village is Old Perithia, where locals used to hide from pirate attacks. If you are a fan of Greek myths, visit Nymphes, which is the village where it is said that the mythical Nymphs once lived. The impressive and highly decorated Temple of Artemis, built around 580 B.C.E, is a popular place for visitors to Corfu.
Cricket is something of a passion for Corfu's residents, and there are three teams on the island. Sometimes the Greek division's cricket tournament takes place on the island. For sports you can take part in, try snorkelling or scuba diving.