Caragol Point is situated in the heart of one of Corfu’s most beautiful areas, with warm to hot summers and mild winters, while spring and autumn have mild to warm days and cool nights, with bright sunshine and occasional rainfall. The area’s Mediterranean climate allows outdoor activities throughout the year.Although Caragol Point is an ideal destination in itself, Corfu is a beautiful island to discover, with natural surroundings of great richness and a superb coastline. It offers diverse distractions, including winding trails ideal for trekking, biking or horse riding, beautiful beaches within minutes of the estate, boat trips, sailing and other water sports. There are also a casino, and golf and cricket courses and tournaments. The rich history of the island has left its traces everywhere. Caragol Point has a well-appointed library with coffee table books, travel guides and maps that facilitate the guests’ choices. Nevertheless, a stroll around the narrow cobbled streets of the old town of Corfu, which is a World Heritage Monument, is a must.
In addition to all this, travelers with a taste for festivities and traditions and who seek uncommon experiences, may plan their holiday trip to Corfu to coincide with several annual celebrations and events that are celebrated in a unique way on the island, i.e.
- The Greek Orthodox Easter celebrations and events (movable feasts)
- May 21, national holiday of the Ionian Islands and annual parade
- August 11, annual litany of Saint Spyridon
- December 12, Feast day, Saint Spyridon “the Keeper of the city”