Location: Marina Gouvia, Corfu
Address: Gouvia 491 00
Berths: 1235 wet, 520 dry
At all berths electricity is available (220V and 380V) as well as fresh water, daily weather reports, postal services, public telephone booths, guests' office space, wireless internet access (Wi-Fi), four blocks of toilet and shower facilities, laundry and drying facilities, medical centre, car and motorbike rental offices, parking, rubbish disposal, private security guards (24-hour), port police, ATM, supermarket, chandlery shop, diving equipment shop, jewellery shop, swimming pool, kindergarden, a cricket and a croquet field.
Gouvia Marina, the first privately owned marina in Greece, is situated about 6 kilometres from the town of Corfu and 7 kilometres from the International Airport. Monaco: 790 n.m., Trieste: 510 n.m.,Venice: 500 n.m., Zadar: 350 n.m., Split: 290 n.m., Dubrovnik: 190 n.m., Bari: 173 n.m., Brindisi : 114 n.m., Zea Marina (Athens): 238 n.m., Kalamata marina: 230 n.m., Lefkas marina: 65 n.m., Paxi islands : 34.n.m.. When it comes to getting here by sea, there are a number of alternatives. There are daily ferryboats connecting Corfu with Igoumenitsa, with timetables which change according to season. Large ferries depart from Patras to Italy (Bari, Brindisi, Ancona, Venice) and vice versa, usually with a stop at Corfu. Driving from abroad to Corfu by car one reaches the Italian ports, from where it is necessary to continue by ferry. From Athens, the distance is aproximately 550 km - 5 hours drive to Igoumenitsa, from where one takes the ferry to Corfu.