Places to visit in Corfu

Top Things to Do in Corfu, Greece

Places to Visit in Corfu


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Top Attractions in Corfu

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What travellers are saying

  • Roberta M
    11 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Went here for a day trip .. absolutely stunning scenery .. beach very clean .. tho the large pebbles make it a little uncomfortable to get into the sea .. but once in it’s beautiful .. plenty if places to get food and drinks in surrounding area
    Written 30 May 2024
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  • Mike B
    19 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is a friendly, colourful town full of activity and interest. The local people are easy to engage with and enjoy conversation and contact. We stayed at the excellent Corfu Palace Hotel just five minutes from the Old Town, so every day, after breakfast, we walked around the streets and explored the historical museums and buildings. Our only upset was being ripped off by a (so-called) cocktail bar in the Old Town and being laughed at by the two waiters when we complained about the excessive prices. BEWARE, good Corfiotes, these guys will bring you a bad reputation if you allow them to. It takes very little to corrupt your good reputation.
    Written 19 June 2024
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  • kikidee89
    Manchester, UK6 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is a decent waterpark! The slides don’t disappoint, some really fast and very high ones, so lots for adults and kids. I would say in total about 50 slides. Food was reasonably priced and good quality, big portions. We went in June and there weren’t many queues at all.
    Written 16 June 2024
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  • Lynne
    Manchester, UK80 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Very basic accommodation but good price. Loads of mosquitoes and wasps wouldn’t return to Corfu for this reason. A short walk to entertainment which was great.
    Written 28 February 2024
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  • Charlotte R
    75 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We really enjoyed our guided tour of Casa Parlante. Our guide was incredibly warm and friendly, with a great deal of knowledge and excellent English. She made the tour engaging and interesting throughout.

    We began in the entrance hall, where we were treated to a delicious sweet treat. When we were shown into the main living space, we were given a very strong rose liquor. Unfortunately, they didn't have an alternative for children (so I think it would be lovely if they could have some sort of juice in one of the decanters to help the children on the tour feel included).

    We learned a lot about Corfu's social history which was amazing. Some of the rooms featured animatronic figures to observe, representing the family who lived there in the 1800s. My son found these fascinating.

    The tour was relatively short but we enjoyed our visit and thought it was definitely worth it. It cost us €26 for two adults and a child.
    Written 9 June 2024
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  • Charlotte R
    75 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We visited the Old Fortress as a family of three, with a 5 year old. We paid €12 entry for our group. There was a queue to enter but this queue moved quite quickly and it didn't feel overcrowded inside.

    Inside, we were surprised by how high up the lighthouse was but the route there was gradual (rather than intensely steep) and we all managed it without issue. There were other areas to explore which didn't have very clear paths, so they might be tricky for those with reduced mobility / mobility issues. We spent approximately 90 minutes exploring the different sections including the impressive church building, the small museum area and taking in the views out across Corfu Town.

    After walking to the highest point, in the midday sun, we visited the cafe for a cold drink. The prices in the cafe were quite high - they reminded us of the prices you pay at a British National Trust cafe. We paid €26.50 for two soft drinks, a bottle of water and two cakes. The outdoor seating area was shaded and had views out across the bay, which made it a nice spot to relax.
    Written 13 June 2024
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  • Rosie C
    24 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Lovely to stroll around the gardens for an hour checking out the many neoclassical statues plus a spectacular view over Corfu Town. It's scenic even if you have no interest in Sisi and more interesting if you do. It's 5 euros entry at the moment. The house itself is closed for restoration and shows no sign of opening any time soon. There are maybe 2 flights of stairs to climb, it's not hard to get around. The cafe next door has Sisi themed books and souvenirs. Bus 10 takes about 25 minutes from Corfu Town, leaving from a stop near Sarocco Square (ask at the ticket office or look for the sign). This is a blue local bus - not the intercity KTEL green bus, though bus 10 does stop at the green bus terminal on the way. The bus goes to Achilleon as its main destination and has a screen inside showing current and upcoming stops, it was maybe 6 euro return. Also nice to get into the hills, it's quite green and cooler.than Corfu Town.
    Written 14 June 2024
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  • Sunseeker
    London, UK435 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This beach is ok, walking distance from Chora, very still shallow waters and great for small children. However Agios Prokopios is miles better, more beautiful and scenic, lots of beds and restaurants, softer sand. Nice sunsets.
    Written 15 June 2024
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  • PJtravels
    Birmingham, UK172 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Spent a day in Corfu town and happened to come across almost by accident . Once inside it gave a real sense of history , worm timber on the seating which from the years of use is to be expected . Unfortunately you can’t take photos so you will have to look at the official ones that have been uploaded , if you have time take a look and marvel at the treasures insides .
    Written 22 June 2024
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  • Mary S
    Cork, Ireland4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Lovely spot not great for small children close to the road great cafes bars etc nice for a swim clear water good parking on the street.
    Written 27 May 2024
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  • Charlotte R
    75 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Up on the hill, overlooking Paleokastritsa stands this beautiful monastery, which is like a little oasis. Even with the crowds, it is a tranquil place filled with beautiful flowers, impressive mosaics and religious iconography and impressive views out to sea.

    The walk up the hill was manageable, even in the heat. It was approximately 700m with a constant but gradual degree of elevation. We parked for €5 at the bottom of the hill, next to Corfu Aquarium. rather than driving up the hill although we did observe that there was a small carpark nearer the top (which was taken up mostly by a large coach on our visit).

    Modesty is expected when entering the monastery. A man was positioned at the door with sarongs, who directed various visitors to cover up (being very clear on which parts of their body needed covering - predominantly legs and shoulders) before letting them inside. It is free to enter with pots for donations dotted around. There is also a small gift shop selling reasonably priced items including fridge magnets and religious items.

    On the way up the hill, there is a small cafe/gift shop and there were also some street sellers positioned by the roadside on the way up with homemade art for sale. At the top, there are a range of view points you can enjoy as well which really makes the uphill walk worth it.
    Written 8 June 2024
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  • Miku&Mussu
    604 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We had a wonderful day here and this place is definitely worth a visit. This place is a sanctuary for abandoned and mistreated donkeys, cats and dogs. The animals were so cute and friendly. We had a nice time petting them and brushing the donkeys. You can spend as much time with the animals as you want. The visit is free and at the end of it you can make a donation. This was one of the highlights of our time in Corfu!
    Written 22 June 2024
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