Corfu is one of Greece's most northerly Ionian islands, situated between the heel of Italy and Albania.
Corfu is greener than most tourists expect; the island has over two million olive trees due to its mild mediterranean climate.
Corfu winters are mild and rainy. In summer there is almost no rainfall.
The island has a long history of use as a movie setting, most recently in the TV series called The Durrells in Corfu.
The Corfu tourist season runs from early May to the end of October. May nights could be a little chilly.
Of course, if Corfu is your stopping off point for your ferry transport to Greece, you'll likely arrive in summer, when you can expect very high daytime temperatures, with only slight cooling at night. You'll llikely want air conditioning in your hotel, or at least some good night ventilation. July has an average of 12 days of sunlight.
Avoid November through February, when the rains come to Corfu.
The climate charts below show the historic high and low temperatures and average monthly rainfall for Corfu, Greece.
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