Under Paleokastritsa and to the south, the mountainous area of the west coast continues down to Ermones and further south until it joined with the mountain of Agion Deka in the center of the island. It consists of high cliffs that end abruptly on the west coast and cut off the beaches from the mainland.… Read More
Paleokastritsa has been called the jewel of Corfu, set on a number of bays separated by small promontories, and on the headland farthest out to the sea is the beautiful monastery, still working and occupied by cat-loving monks, and containing the famous icon of the Virgin in its church.… Read More
Sidari resort, one of today’s largest tourist destinations on the island lies on the north and west coast of Corfu. Looking out to sea the islands of Erikoussa, Othoni and Mathraki can be seen, and regular boat trips can be enjoyed, giving the visitor a chance to explore them- the Diapontia islands, belonging to Greece but set on the way to Italy.… Read More
Is a small village with simple apartments and villas, where people can enjoy the wonderful sandy beach of Loggas below the cliffs, and see the famous sunset from the top of the cliff. There are some stunningly beautiful village houses here, decorated archways and lintels show that this was once a flourishing community.… Read More
Roda is one of the older villages on the north coast where tourism has been well established for many years.
The heart of the village is, of course, the sandy beach which is lined with shops, bars, and tavernas, but there are a number of establishments tucked away up side streets and over the crossroads at the rear of the village.… Read More
This was a village, clustered round the well in the middle a few years ago, but it is now a small town, with banks, supermarkets, schools, etc. The old village can be found but has to be searched out, hidden behind the modern buildings fronting the main road, ends on the lanes leading down to the sandy beach.… Read More