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Tour Duration: 5 Hours

Our first stop will be in the picturesque village of Lakones, with a magnificent view of a green slope of Corfu. The view from there is amazing with Paleokastritsa  Bay looking like a heart.

On the way down we will visit the cellar of George where we will taste local dishes. Arriving at the beach we will see at the top of the hill, the monastery of Paleokastritsa, which we will visit. From the beach you can take the boat for a 45′ boat trip to the caves of the area.

Our route continues crossing the center of the island to reach the Kanoni area. There you would definitely like to visit the small church of Agia Vlaherena. Enjoying your coffee at the top you will see the movements of the planes during their landing and take off.

Finishing our route with our VIP transfers, we reach the city of Corfu. There you can visit the holy temple of Agios Spyridon, the old and the new fortress and of course Liston Square. Inside the cantons, shopping for beautiful souvenirs, you will also enjoy your walk.

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One of the oldest villages in Corfu is called Lakones, and it can be found on the slope of the Araklis massif, just above the lovely but busy Paleokastritsa in the summer. The village, which is perched on a lush hillside, still retains its historic identity and offers stunning views of the picturesque bays of Paleokastritsa.


Paleokastritsa is located on the west side of the island, a little further north from the island’s geographic center. It’s built up of many beaches, which are divided by small headlands. You can take a path that connects the two villages; donkeys are also used for transportation between the villages, but one can also go on foot. The view is amazing and breathtaking from Lakones vThe stunning Theotokos Monastery from the 12th century is perched atop the hill on the western of the two small headlands in front of the beaches.


It is only a short distance from Corfu Airport, and many tourists are drawn by the view it offers. The Halikiopoulos lagoon, which is still a habitat in the area and hosts significant bird species[1], is located close to the scattered houses and farms as you enter Kanoni (from the Palaiopolis area). As we ascend the hill toward the peninsula’s tip, we pass opulent hotels before arriving at Kanoni’s central square, which is lined with bars and cafes. From therAs we descend the hill, we come across Panagia ton Vlacherna Monastery, from which we can take a boat to Pontikonissi. The visitor then comes across the footbridge that links Kanoni with Perama at the opposite end of the lagoon. Due to the airport’s proximity and the fact that planes frequently land and take off directly over the footbridge, the bridge draws a lot of plane spotters.e, one can enjoy the view of Pontikonissi and the airport.

Corfu Town

The old Corfu town, which was originally constructed between two fortresses, has grown with high buildings as a result of the growing population. When you arrive by ferry, the sea’s humidity conceals it, only to suddenly reveal the old harbor. The ancient streets, which look like those of Venice and Athens’ Plaka and are full of cobblestones and historic buildings, present an incredible atmosphere for walking around and shopping or just enjoying some coffee at  one of the many squares in this beautiful place.

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