Corfu Town

10 places to see in Corfu Town

10 places to see out of town

  • Sinarades Folk Museum - a traditional village house, much as it was in the past
  • Kanoni - a picture postcard panorama and a unique view of Corfu Airport
  • Kardaki Spring - according to legend, if you drink from it you will return again to Corfu
  • The West Coast's Golden Beaches - stretches of golden sand and crystal blue waters
  • Benitses - working fishing village with several good tavernas and a shell museum
  • Kommeno - 18th century church in Gouvia Bay, reached by a short causeway
  • Theotoky Winery - notable for its wine, olives and organic extra virgin olive oil
  • Kaiser’s Throne - panoramic views of the island and famous for its spectacular sunsets
  • Mirtiotissa Monastery - situated high above the sea on Corfu's west coast
  • Venetian Shipyard - built at Gouvia in 1716 to repair war galleys passing through Corfu

10 places to see further afield

  • Doukades - traditional village with a pretty square and several cafés and tavernas
  • Perithia - step back in time in Corfu's oldest permanently inhabited village
  • Agni - three of the best tavernas in Corfu and a chance to see how the other half live
  • Lefkimi - a large village with a slightly timeless feel, located in Corfu's deep south
  • Korission Lagoon - fringed by an 8 kilometre beach and a haven for flora and fauna
  • Paramonas - a small unspoilt west coast beach surrounded by ancient olive forests
  • Boukari - admire the fabulous view while eating fish with your toes almost in the sea
  • Strinilas - the island's highest village with a lovely square shaded by a huge elm tree
  • Angelokastro - Byzantine fortress with panoramic views of the west coast of Corfu
  • Kouloura - small horseshoe shaped bay, two houses, a church and a taverna

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