Kaiser's Throne, Pelekas

Kaiser's Throne, Pelekas

Kaiser's Throne is the lookout point above the mountain village of Pelekas with 360 degree views of Corfu. The spot is named after the German Kaiser Wilhelm who often came here to watch the sunset during summers spent on the east coast of Corfu between 1908 and the First World War.
Pelekas

Pelekas

Corfu

To get a feel for the local culture and pace of life, go sightseeing in a local village. Pelekas is typically Greek with narrow roads, a small town square, Orthodox churches and friendly tavernas for drinks and...

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Day trip to Albania

Day trip to Albania

Corfu

Take a day trip to Albania. It's only a 30-minute boat ride away. This former communist country offers a surprising array of unique attractions and stunning natural beauty, not least the seawater lagoon of Lake...

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Byzantine Museum of Antivouniotissa

Byzantine Museum of Antivouniotissa

Corfu

This museum is set in the former church of the Holy Mother of God Antivouniotissa (Greek for ‘facing the mountain’). It’s the oldest ecclesiastical monument in Corfu, dating back to the 15th century. Inside is...

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