Villa Caramel

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One of the biggest Water Parks in the world, Aqualand offers a great combination of fun, relaxation and adrenaline. Equipped with 51 slides, pools and a wide variety of other games suitable for all young kids as well as adults.

Danilia village

Danilia Village is a beautiful replica of a 1930s Corfiot village and is the perfect venue for those seeking a private celebration with traditional overtones. The village has hosted several movies notably for the James Bond film “For Your Eyes Only” and most recently for the filming of the smash hit ITV series “The Durrells”. Your visit to the village Danilia is a journey through time, where its museum and its picturesque setting with the shops and details of life as it used to be, is about to be an unforgettable lifetime experience for the visitors that are interested in the traditions and history of every place 

Kaiser Throne

Kaiser Thronе is а spоt οn the top оf the cliffs abοvе Pеleκаs village with 360-degree panoramic view of the entirе island. The placе wаs used as observatоry bу Wilhеlm II, the Germаn Kaisеr whο spent his summers in Corfu, and thus its nаme. The entrance to Kaiser Тhrоnе is сοmpletely free, with a freе parking in front оf it. Therе are two faced rоund plаtfοrms from whiсh yоu can safely enjοy thе view and particularly the еаst сoast.

Kontogialos Beach

Kontogialos is also known as Pelekas beach, as it lies under the village of Pelekas, famous for its impressive sunset. Kontogialos beach is one of the most beautiful beaches of Corfu. The big sandy beach is more than 30 meters wide, relatively quiet and ideal for children because of the sand and the shallow waters. Its crystal clear blue waters are among the cleanest in the whole Ionian sea.

Glyfada Beach

One of the most popular beaches of the island. It is awarded with the Blue Flag for its crystal clear waters while the large surface of soft sand is surrounded by trees-covered cliffs and imposing rocky formations. The beach offers a wide variety of beach facilities like sunbeds and umbrellas, water sports facilities, shops and taverns.  Glyfada is one of the best examples of the island’s sandy beaches.

Agios Gordios Beach

It is one of the most popular beaches of Corfu and it took its name from the church of Agios Gordios located literally on the sea, at the center of the beach. The beautiful cove is nestled amongst the lush green mountain surrounded by olive tree forests, vineyards and impressive rocks. Once you reach the beach you will meet plenty of tourist facilities to enjoy a comfortable sunbathing. The crystalline waters are ideal for a refreshing swim while water sports equipment are also available for both children and adults.


Corfu Golf Club’s design blends the natural resources of the Ropa Valley with the man-made water hazards. The mature 18-hole course, enjoyable for all categories of golfers, includes the river where the myth tells us Odysseus was rescued by Princess Nafsika at its exit on Ermones beach, which is only 800 m. from the Club. The excellent condition of the greens, the tree lined fairways and the bunkers, in combination with the seven lakes, create a unique golf course both for the professional and the amateur golf player, against a backcloth of hills and mountains. Dozens of animal species gather in the Club’s natural landmark all year round: ducks, herons, robins, goldfinches, fish, hedgehogs, turtles, beavers and many more. Also, the Club’s greens are eco-friendly fertilized with the kind collaboration of local sheep, which help to maintain harmony with Nature, Golf and Greek traditions

Ermones Beach

Ermones is a beautiful beach in Corfu. It consists of sand and pebbles, ideal for all tastes and it is mostly characterized by its crystal clear waters. According to the myth, Ermones cove was where Nausicaa, the daughter of king Alcinous, found shipwrecked Odysseus, when she was washing the clothes with her girlfriends. The description of the place by Homer in its well-known epic Odyssey matches perfectly with the wild natural landscape of Ermones.

Giali Beach

Totally unmarred by any tourist infrastructure and ideal for relaxation and tranquility, Giali is an exotic, hidden paradise  of the island , below the village of Giannades and near the beach of Ermones. Glassy, ​​clear waters and rugged rocks jut out of the sea, the beach Giali being surrounded by a green creek that one can hardly forget . From Liapades boats or sloops start organized boat excursions. One can also rent their own boat from the beach of Ermones.

Paleokastritsa Corfu

Paleokastritsa is arguably the most famous picturesque village of the island of Corfu  The word Paleokastritsa literally means old fortress, witnessing the existence of such a castle on the rocky cave where now stands the Monastery of the Virgin. Paleokastritsa offers a plethora of local taverns overlooking the blue bay and six sandy and pebbled beaches which are scattered all around the area. Those beaches are surrounded by olive tree forests creating dramatic yet beautiful scenery. Boat excursions organized  so you can explore the surrounding area where there are lots of other beaches.

Lakones Village

On the slope of an extremely steep, verdant mountain, high above the enchanting bays of Paleokastritsa is the quaint, very picturesque, little village of Lakones. Old stone houses of the 18th and 19th Century edge its narrow streets and lanes. It is one of the few villages where one will still see elderly women in traditional Greek dress, or an elderly Greek man returning home from the land with his donkey. This absolutely delightful listed traditional settlement has views to Corfu Town, Paleokastritsa and beyond. On a clear day you can literally have a full view of the whole area. It has to be one of the most breathtakingly phenomenal vistas of Corfu, which is why it is also dubbed “Bella Vista” – beautiful view. This view has been rated as one of the Top 10 in Europe.


Aggelokastro, in Corfu, is one of the most significant Byzantine castles in Greece. It is located very close to Paleokastritsa and it is built at the top of a steep, rocky hill. It is the most western bastion of the Byzantine Empire and of the Domain of Epirus where Corfu belonged until the middle of the 13th century. The need to transfer Palaiokastro (known today as Paleokastritsa abbey) to a more fortified place, led to the construction of Aggelokastro, in the 12th or the 13th century by Michael Angelo the 2nd. For a while, Aggelokastro was the capital of all of Corfu because of its fortified position. It was only sieged once by the Venetians, in 1386, while the besieged citizens thenceforth repelled attacks by the Turks and the pirates, including the famous Barbarossa. The castle is open only in the morning. You must be prepared to walk up the hill for approximately twenty minutes, but the view from Aggelokastro overlooking all of Corfu and the vast Ionian Sea will compensate you.

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