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We took the boat from Corfu town port for a 2 hour cruise to Parga which is on mainland Greece, a beautiful town for sightseeing, swimming or just people watching while you have a coffee, then onto the island of Paxos, very picturesque. The boat...More
The trip to Albania was ok, although the boat left 30 minutes late. However the day was marred by the huge queue to get through passport control when we returned. Our boat arrived just after another boat so there were 200 people trying to get...More
Things started out alright for our trip to Albania. We were picked up by bus, on time, from our hotel in Paleokastritsa. We arrived at the boat in Corfu town just fine.
I can't imagine how to design a more poorly thought out system for...More
The total excursion lasted 13 hours from pickup to drop off. The boat is overcrowded and claustrophobic, with most of the seating indoors. The chairs on upper deck are hard plastic and found it uncomfortable. 7 hours is spent on the boat travelling which is...More
This turned out to be really disappointing.
Sold the trip via TUI and was advised it was suitable for our kids (5 & 8).
Picked up at 8.30 from our hotel and taken to the port, once we queued outside in the sun and diesel...More
Paxos is a place designed to attract stupid tourists and take their money.
The boat was very nice - clean and comfortable but..
This trip is totally a waste of a day.
We went to Antipaxos first. The boat did not actually dock and we...More
So we booked this two islands trip through our TUI rep at our hotel. I certainly wish that I hadn’t!!
First the good points. The trip promises a visit to the caves of Paxos first. Followed by stopping of coast of AntiPaxos for an hour....More
Having read previous reviews I was a bit nervous but I have to say I had no need to be. The boat was great, it wasn’t overcrowded and there was the option of sitting inside or outside. The inside downstairs was air conditioned to. There...More
A long day. Picked up from our hotel, Nissaki Beach at 7.15am. Taken through passport control and onto the boat, which set sail for Albania about 10am. Arrived in the port of Saranda, Albania about 11.45am.
Went to Butrint, a UNESCO World Heritage site by...More
Response from Y9673BInicolaf | Reviewed this property |
Hi, the port tax is €10, payable when you get on the boat in Corfu Town. Sarris are just one of the organised trips to Albania. Our excursion out to Butrint was using Sarris buses and we had a meal in a restaurant before... More
Hi, the port tax is €10, payable when you get on the boat in Corfu Town. Sarris are just one of the organised trips to Albania. Our excursion out to Butrint was using Sarris buses and we had a meal in a restaurant before returning to Saranda.
The hydrofoil is a much quicker crossing, at least 30 minutes shorter.
I presume you can take a taxi from Saranda to Butrint.