The second series of ITV's hit show The Durrells kicked off last week.
It tells the story of Gerald Durrell who left England at 10-years-old with his family after his mother was widowed.
The family spent four years living on the pretty Greek island of Corfu between 1935 - 1939.
The sweet, family friendly series is popular for its location, just as much as it is for the endearing Durrell family.
And if you longingly look at your telly - wishing you could be there yourself - then you're in luck.
Here's everything you need to know about where it is filmed and how you can visit.
Where is it filmed?
The Durrells is filmed in a quaint Corfu village called Danilia, which is near Kontokali on the east coast.
It is owned by Grecotel Hotels & Resorts - one of Greece’s most luxury hotelier groups.
The village is a replica from a 1930's Corfiot village and has been restored to its former glory.
Danilia has two village squares, a beautiful church, a traditional café, a large open air tavern and a large indoor tavern on Corfu Island.
The village also served as a location for scenes in the James Bond film For Your Eyes Only.
Only guests staying at a Grecotel hotel can take a tour of the village, but more info on this later.
The White House
Grecotel guests can also take a visit the White House Villa, where the actual Durrell family lived.
It is one of the most famous villas in Corfu and overlooks Kalami Bay - a tranquil spot made up of greenery and villas, overlooking the Ionian Sea.
If you want to live just as The Durrells did, you can rent out rooms in the house - choose from one double and three twin rooms. Prices range from around £585 to £1,250 a week depending on the season.
To book a room you need to send a reservation request through the official website .
Kalami Bay is situated on the Northeast coast of Corfu, just 30km from Corfu Town and 7km from Kassiopi.
It flies the blue flag, the European standards symbol awarded to beaches that are clean and well organized.
The bay offers a wide range of water sports including water-skiing, canoeing, pedalos and boat hire.
There are also sun beds and umbrellas available for hire. The beach itself is a pebble beach with crystal clear water.
Where do the cast stay?
Whilst filming the series the stars stayed at the Corfu Imperial Luxury Resort - which is run by the same company that owns White House and Danila village.
The 5-star resort is set on its own private peninsula in Kommeno Bay. It's known to be quiet and secluded, however it's also a stone's throw away from Corfu Town.
There's also a spa and a large swimming pool, and three private coves with sandy beaches.
A double room for two adults in the summer season starts at £1,536.11. Some prices go up to £3,000.
To view all the packages, and find a suitable deal for you, see here .
Flying to Corfu
If you want to find the cheapest flight to Corfu, from your nearest airport, then Skyscanner is the best place to look.
The website compares flight prices depending on airline, departure airport and flight dates so if you’re able to be flexible with your holiday then it’s perfect to seek out the best deal for you.
Meanwhile, Ryanair offer flights to Corfu from a number airports across the UK including Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Edinburgh, Birmingham, East Midlands and a number of London Airports.
During the summer months you can fly to Corfu for a little as £35.99 with Ryanair, plus they regularly launch flight sales throughout year sometimes starting prices at £10.
You can take a look at flight prices on Ryanair’s website here and sign up to its mailing list.
Whilst easyJet offer summer flights to Corfu from £26.99.
Holiday goers can also buy packaged holidays through easyJet which will include hotels, flights and airport transfers.