One of the more picturesque villages of Corfu is Paleokastritsa, which is located in the northwestern part of Corfu. It is chiefly memorable for its exceptional scenery along with its superb beaches. The cool crystal waters are ideal for swimming and water sports.
Dating back to 1400, Palea Perithia is set almost 500 meters high above the sea level on the foot of Pantokrator Mountain. In several restored buildings within the village, you will have the opportunity to enjoy traditional recipes and purchase high quality organic honey. It is worth noting that there are eight churches surrounding the settlement.
A picturesque fishing village situated οn the north-eastern coast of Corfu, Agios Stefanos boasts a small and scenic port with a lot of traditional cafés and taverns, as well as other shops and a great view of the Ionian. Schedule your visit to Agios Stefanos for refreshing dives in the azure waters of the fully organized pebbled Kerasia Beach.
At the north-eastern part of Corfu, Kassiopi boasts a privileged location. Blending significant history and superb vistas, this village is the ideal destination by the sea. Kassiopi port is enchanting and you can even rent a boat and enjoy the magical sea. Stroll up and down the village pathways, enjoy a hearty lunch by the port and indulge in a shopping spree buying souvenirs. Of course, one of the highlights during your visit to Kassiopi is the Byzantine Castle. This is a historic place with a distinctive character, built in the 7th century and used as a fortress that protected the village.