Agios Stefanos

Saint (or Agios) Stephanos is a small fishing village, located on the North East coast of Corfu. This picturesque village has a small harbour with local shops, cafes and taverns all overlooking the Ionian Sea and across the water to Albania. A visit to this village can be easy combined with a swim in the clear waters of Kerasia Beach, this pebble beach has a tavern and bar and there are plenty of sun beds and umbrellas for rent.
Agios Stefanos


Boukari is a traditional tiny fishing village on the south east coast close to Messonghi. It’s a quiet village with a small harbour with fishing boats and fish taverns next to the sea.
For those who want to make a refreshing dive, Boukari has tiny beach with calm and clear waters.


Chlomos is a traditional 13th century village in the south east part of Corfu located at an altitude around 250m in the hills close to Boukari. Chlomos has been built around a square and most houses are of Venetian architecture. From the village you have an amazing view to the east and the west coastline, to the west you can see as far as Lake Korission. The village has hardly been influenced by the many years of tourism and is still one of the typical traditional Corfiot villages.


Kassiopi is a lively and charming town situated on the north-east corner of the island of Corfu, 36 km north of Corfu Town and Corfu airport. The resort is the largest village in the northeast of the island and is offering a combination of a lovely setting and a fair amount of history. The harbour of Kassiopi gives a graphic character in the charming seaside village and gives you the possibility to rent boats. You can make a nice walk through the village, have a meal in one of the many taverns, shop for gifts and souvenirs or just have a look at the tourist shops.  
Whilst being in Kassiopi, a visit to the Byzantine castle of Kassiopi should not be forgotten. It dates from the 7th century, created as a fortress against sea attacks to protect the village.

Palea Perithia

Palea Perithia is a 14th century village, invisible from the sea, set at an altitude of approximately 480 m at the slopes of Mount Pantokrator, 13,5 km from Kassiopi. The abandoned village of Venetian architecture is located in a beautiful area with unspoiled nature and officially recognized as a historic settlement. Most of the 130 houses are ruins; some of them are restored and are used today as taverns. There is a beekeeper, having his hives behind one of the traditional houses; here you can by organic honey. The village is surrounded by 8 churches and the village and surrounding are suitable for beautiful walks.


Paleokastritsa (Greek: Παλαιοκαστρίτσα meaning Old Castle place, referring to nearby Angelokastro) is a village in the North West of Corfu. Corfu has been suggested to be the mythical island of the Phaeacians, and the bay of Palaiokastritsa to be the place where Odysseus disembarked and met Nausicaa for the first time. Palaiokastritsa has many separate bays with small picturesque beaches, some beaches are sandy and other with pebbles, characteristics are the cold clear waters that flow into caves. In Paleokastritsa you have the possibility for water activities such as renting a pedalo, scuba diving , boating in the blue caves, make an excursion with a glass bottom boat, take a water-taxi to get to a quiet beach or visit a sea aquarium. Furthermore you can visit the monastery in Palaiokastritsa that dates from 1225. There is a museum inside.


Pelekas A fabulous inland village, located on the top of a hill. Famous for its sunsets and know for the “Kaiser’s Throne”. Kaiser Wilhem II was frequently visiting this point during his stays in the Achilleon Palace, he even built a telescope tower to enjoy the view.
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