According to a Telegraph article on Corfu holidays, the north-eastern coastline of the island is both attractive and civilised.
"From Nissaki up to Kassiopi, hillsides covered in thick swathes of olive trees descend precipitously to dead-end, pebbly coves," the news organisation states.
Corfu holidays breaks are popular options for Brits heading to north-east Corfu, the publication points out.
Villas dot the area, wedged into the steep hills and acting as an ideal sanctuary for break-starved Brits, who may only emerge to taste the area's "excellent" food scene.
And Kassiopi is ideal for families with older children who want to sample the area's livelier side, with a tourist train arriving in the region this summer.
Meanwhile, 12-year-old Anna Magee recently told the Independent that Corfu's Aqualand park was a highlight of her recent Corfu holiday.