Old Town of Corfu: The Old Town of Corfu, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a maze of narrow cobblestone streets, Venetian architecture, and charming squares. Visit the Liston Promenade and admire the impressive Spianada Square, the largest in the Balkans.
Achilleion Palace: Built by Empress Elisabeth of Austria, also known as Sisi, this neoclassical palace offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. The palace is adorned with statues and beautiful gardens, and it’s a great place to explore both history and architecture.
Palaiokastritsa: This picturesque village is home to some of the most beautiful beaches on the island, as well as the Palaiokastritsa Monastery, perched on a hill overlooking the bay. Explore the clear blue waters and take a boat tour to discover hidden caves and coves.
Kaiser’s Throne: For panoramic views of Corfu’s eastern coast, visit Kaiser’s Throne in Pelekas. This viewpoint offers a stunning vantage point to watch the sunset, especially in the evening.
Angelokastro Castle: Located on the northwest coast, Angelokastro Castle is a Byzantine fortress with a commanding view of the surrounding region. It’s a great spot for history buffs and offers breathtaking vistas of the Ionian Sea.