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Pass By: Corfu Old Town, Agias Sofias 24, Corfu Town Greece
We also visit the Durrell's House (shooting) before we arrive to Corfu Old Town. The Old Town of Corfu, is located in a strategic position at the entrance of the Adriatic Sea, and has its roots in the 8th century BC.
Pass By: Old Fortress Corfu, Paleo Enetiko Frouno, Corfu Town Greece
The Old Fortress of Corfu is one of the most impressive fortification works in Europe. It is the first thing to see as the ferry approaches Corfu. It stands on the eastern side of the town, on a rocky peninsula that gets into the sea. This fortress is called Old in contrast to the New Fortress (of Saint Mark), that was also built to protect the town from enemies and pirates.
Pass By: Mon Repos Palace, Analipsis Hill, Corfu Town Greece
Mon Repos Palace is situated on top of Analipsis hill, near Kanoni area, in the middle of a beautiful setting full of greenery. It was built in 1826 by the British Commissioner Frederic Adams as a gift to his Corfiot wife, Nina Palatianou.
It is a small but very beautiful palace with colonial architectural elements.
Pass By: Vlacherna Monastery, Greece
The location of Kanoni with the church of Panagia Vlacherna below and the Mouse Island (Pontikonissi) are the most famous and photographed spots of Corfu. A narrow 300m passage way connects the island with the church of Panagia Vlacherna. Constructed in the 17th century, this lovely chapel has an impressive wooden-carved iconostasis and beautiful frescoes inside. The roof has red tiles and above the gate entrance there is a tall bell tower.
Stop At: Mouse Island, Kanoni Greece
Behind the Vlacherna church you can see the Mouse Island. This lush green island took this name due to its tiny size. According to mythology, this rocky island is the ship of Ulysses that was stoned by god Poseidon. In the centre of the Mouse Island, there is the 13th century church of Pantokrator. This church celebrates on August 6th with a large religious panigiri for Corfu.
Duration: 15 minutes
Pass By: Vidos, Greece
The small, wooded isle of Vidos lies just half a mile from Corfu Town’s Old Port, allowing you to glimpse the historical buildings of the Old Town and St. Spiridon’s church, framed by pine trees and clear blue sea. Known in ancient times as the Island of Hera, sister of Zeus and goddess of marriage, the seemingly tranquil paradise of Vidos has lived through much history. It is important to say that we are passing without stopping the Durrel's House (original) after Vidos Island.
Pass By: Nissaki Bay, Nissaki Greece
Nissaki is among the most beautiful beaches in Corfu. A lovely sandy shore surrounded by rock formations is ideally located between the villages Barbati and Kassiopi, 22 km north of the main town. This small beach that is situated well away from the road offers only a few tourist facilities.
Pass By: Barbati Beach, Barbati Greece
The beautiful coastal settlement of Barbati is situated 17 km north of Corfu Town. It lies around the natural bay, one of the most impressive beaches of Corfu huged by the lush green forests and verdurous hills.
Pass By: Ipsos Beach, Greece
We also visit Ipsos Beach Corfu