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This manorial island of the Ionian is identified with “mythical” images. Majestic images parading in front of you.
The city of Corfu is characterized by the strong Venetian element, but also by many English and French influences. It is a cosmopolitan city that exudes a sense of nobility that will enchant you.
WHAT TO DO, WHAT TO SEE
Explore the atmospheric old town: Corfu’s Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its buildings with influences from neoclassicism and eclecticism impress: Michael and George Palace, Loggia Nobilei, Thomas Maitland rotunda, Ionian Parliament, Kapodistrias Palace. Walk in the famous cantons of Campiello with the laundry hanging over your head and you will feel like protagonists in a movie.
Admire the age-old fortresses: On the east side of the city, the two-peaked rocky end gave Corfu the name Korfo-Corfu. Sixty meters, an iron bridge over Contra Fossa, the sea moat, and welcome to the Old Fortress. The New Fortress built in the period 1576-1645 by the Venetians is a masterpiece of fortification art.
Pontikonisi: The trademark of Corfu, located in the area of Kanoni. It houses only a 13th century Byzantine church dedicated to the Pantocrator. Next to it is the famous island of Vlacherna with the 17th century Virgin Mary which is connected to the land by a narrow strip of land.
Paleokastritsa and Angelokastro: Paleokastritsa is said to have been the site of the mythical palace of Alcinous, where Odysseus was hosted. It is worth seeing the monastery of Panagia that was founded in 1225 and then continue to the famous Angelokastro, built in the early 12th century with the church of Agia Kyriaki, hidden in a small cave.
The Achillion Palace: Corfu is the island chosen by the legendary Austro-Hungarian Empress Elizabeth, the legendary Sisi, to build the palace where she would find solace in the suicide of her son, Rodolfo. The building can be visited and in its gardens you will admire the magnificent statue of Achilles the Dead.
“Mon Repo” Villa: The summer villa built by the English Commissioner Frederick Adam for the sake of his Corfiot wife, Nina Palatianou. The mansion houses the museum of Paleopolis and the gardens have more than 2,000 rare species of plants that came from the British colonies.
Kavos Beach: Known for the frantic parties of tourists.
Glyfada and Dassia: Famous beaches of the island with crystal clear waters and traditional taverns in a short distance.