SPIANADA SQUARE

A medley of Venetian, French and British influences is reflected on the Spianada square of Corfu. Located between the Old Fortress and the Old Town, it was initially famous for its large dimensions - 42.000 sq. m.

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VLACHERNA MONASTERY ― PONTIKONISI

In the south east of the island, in Chalkiopoulos lagoon which belongs to the general area of Kanoni peninsula, the church of Panagia Vlaherna is located.

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PALAIOKASTRITSA

Palaiokastritsa village, one of the most picturesque locations of Corfu, is located almost 25 km north - west of Corfu Old Town.

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NEW FORTRESS

The New Fortress of the city, known with the Italian name Fortezza Nuova is located on the hill of Saint Markos, above the old port of the island. It is considered as an architecture miracle mainly because of its well –built scale and its exceptional conservation.

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SPIANADA SQUARE

A medley of Venetian, French and British influences is reflected on the Spianada square of Corfu. Located between the Old Fortress and the Old Town, it was initially famous for its large dimensions - 42.000 sq. m.

Corfu
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VLACHERNA MONASTERY ― PONTIKONISI

In the south east of the island, in Chalkiopoulos lagoon which belongs to the general area of Kanoni peninsula, the church of Panagia Vlaherna is located.

Corfu
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PALAIOKASTRITSA

Palaiokastritsa village, one of the most picturesque locations of Corfu, is located almost 25 km north - west of Corfu Old Town.

Corfu
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NEW FORTRESS

The New Fortress of the city, known with the Italian name Fortezza Nuova is located on the hill of Saint Markos, above the old port of the island. It is considered as an architecture miracle mainly because of its well –built scale and its exceptional conservation.

Corfu
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MAITLAND PERISTYLE

On the southern side of Spiniada square the Maitland Peristyle or Rotunda, one of the sights of British occupation, stands.

Corfu
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LISTON

The landmark and meeting point for visitors and locals in Corfu is the famous Liston. It is an impressive complex of multi-storeyed buildings which were built during the French occupation between the years 1807 – 1814.

Corfu
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KYRA DIKAIA

The small island of Kyra Dikaia (also called “KeraDikia” and “KyraDikia”) is situated in the western shores of Corfu, almost 150m distance from the coast, near to Sinarades Village.

Corfu
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Horse Riding

Along the lost pathways of Epidavros

Epidavros
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KAISER OBSERVATORY

Wilhelm II (1859-1941), was a German Kaiser (formal German title that equalizes with emperor) who lived and was influenced in the Island of Corfu. He was one of the most recognizable public figures of World War I., who was enjoying spending his summers at Achilleion Palace in Corfu.

Corfu
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CORFU OLD TOWN

The Old Town of Corfu is a cultural UNESCO World Heritage Site since August 2006.

Corfu
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CORFU TENNIS CLUB

On I. Romanou 4 str., almost near Corfu Old Town, someone can visit the famous centenarian“Corfu Lawn Tennis Club”.

Corfu
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PALACE OF ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE

The Palace of St. Michael and St. George is located on the northern part of the historical Spiniada square. It is also known as the ”Royal Palace”, the ”City Palace” or the “Old Palace”.

Corfu
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Athens

Athens, a modern metropolis, a european capital, a nest for all the Mediterranean cultures. Athens, the meeting point of East and West, the harbor of everyone, who still loves passionately life! There are so many different ways to describe and analyse Athens, that any given effort to do a short depiction of the city is nothing but a try doomed to fail. Nevertheless, we will try to underline some of the main characteristics of the city of Athens. Visit Virtual Tour

Eleusina

A breath away from Athens, the birth place of Eleusinian Mysteries and goddess Demeter challenges you to explore it! Eleusis or Eleusina, as now known, one of the five sacred cities of antiquity enjoys the privilege of being located only thirty kilometers from the historic Athens. But let me refresh it! It could be the privilege of Athens to have so nearby a city full of life and history! Visit Virtual Tour

Epidavros

Even today’s visitors feel that they are in a sacred place as soon as they set foot in the Asklepieion of Epidavros. The place where healing was a religious mystery. The sick were cured by the god Asklepios in their sleep (enkoimesis) or received from him instructions on the therapy they should follow. From the sixth century BC until the end of antiquity, hosts of people resorted to the Sanctuary of Asklepios in expectation that their prayers for healing would be heard and answered by the god. These were patients and pilgrims who arrived there bringing precious votive offerings from all parts of the then-known world. Visit Virtual Tour

Mycenae

Peering over the plain of Argolis, up there from the heights of the acropolis, one comes to terms with the superiority of the Mycenaean civilization. It reached its heyday in the Late Bronze Age (1350 - 1200 BCE) and then disappeared, leaving to eternity its legendary acropolis, built on an inaccessible, rocky hill between two ravines. The footprints of the Atreidai, the mythical royal dynasty, are visible to today's visitor and inspire awe in an era like ours, in which myth meets the history of the most important period of the ancient world. Visit Virtual Tour

Ancient Olympia

What can be said of Olympia and not sound like a cliché? The significance of the archaeological site is self-evident, even if one is not familiar with the fascinating historical details and the political background, which literally span thousands of years. Known to the world as the cradle of the Olympic ideal, this open-air museum of imposing ruins and unique artefacts tells a story of religious piety, fair play, political ambition, and demonstration of power. All the buildings you can still admire were erected to please the gods and send a message to the thousands of visitors who swarmed to the sacred grounds. Walking around the Stadium, the Gymnasium and the Temples of Zeus and Hera – both instrumental in the ritual and competitive part of the Games – modern visitors will be able to understand why the event remained relevant even when the rest of the Ancient World was long dead. As an added bonus to the splendour of the site, the Museum of Olympia boasts some of the most famous works of art produced in the long course of Hellenic culture. Visit Virtual Tour

Messene

Travelling in the Messenian land from Mount Taygetus to the coast, our glance dives, following the sunlight dipping onto the Messenian plain. From the mountainous volumes to the fertile valley, the olive groves and herbs, we see a landscape of culture, myth, and history, unfold before our eyes. In the heart of the region of Messenia, one town stands out: Ancient Messene. This "blissful plain" as Homer calls it, became a theatre of war and mythical narrations offering a viewpoint on the past and the present. Visit Virtual Tour