Corfu old Town is a remarkable blend of architectual styles. From the French-style Liston, with its chic cafes and arcaded terraces, and the Venetian nuildings around the Plateia Spianada to the imposing Palaio (Old) Frourio and Neo (New) Frourio – fortresses, the town has something for everyone.
This estate is famous for once being the sommer home of the Greek royal family. Within its grounds are the remains of the ancient city of Paleopolis. The Mon Repos Palace and the museum hosted in it are worth visiting as there you will find various interesting exhibits dating from the Roman times to the 19thcentury.
Located along the coast en route to Benitses. This elegant palace was the whim of Empress Elisabeth of Austria, also known as Sissi.
Kavos is a charming quiet village surround by forests great for lonf walks. Originally a fishing village, Kavos still retains many of its old stone houses.
Pelekas is one of the prettiest villages in the Ionians, and offers a fantastic view out over Pelekas and Glyfada beaches to the sea.