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    Angelokastro

    This is a Byzantine-era castle built on a sheer cliff 300 metres above the sea on the west coast, near Palaeokastritsa. It was the westernmost defensive outpost of the Byzantine Empire, and later of the Despotate of Epirus, to which Corfu belonged until 1267. It was erected in the early Read more [...]

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    Kaisar’s Throne

    This vantage point lies at the top of Pelekas Hill, 270 m above sea level. Kaiser Wilhelm II often visited this rock when he was on the island, to admire the 360º view, hence the name. The sunset here is impressive.

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    Monastery of Vlacherna

    Monastery of Vlacherna dates from the 1600s. Small boats sail from the quay to the Pontikonisi islet with its picturesque Chapel of Pantocrator, built in the 1200s and one of the oldest Byzantine monuments on the island.

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    Old Town of Corfu

    UNESCO World Heritage Site The Old Town of Corfu is located in a strategic position at the entrance of the Adriatic Sea, with its roots going back to the 8th century BC. The town is dominated by its fortresses of Venetian origin, designed by renowned Venetian engineers, and used for Read more [...]