Aggelokastro, which is also referred to as Angel Castle, is strategically located in close proximity to Krini. It is believed to date back to the 13th century. The Aggelokastro is conspicuous by its domed gate at the entrance. It boasts of priceless vestiges and there are exclusive storage rooms as well. Another interesting remnant is an ancient church dedicated to the angels Gabriel and Michael which is surprisingly constructed in a cave.
Kassiopi: The village of Kassiopi lies 38 km north of Corfu Town, opposite the Albanian coasts. This small picturesque fishing village counts 1200 inhabitants and is dominated by a Roman fortress where it is also believed that the Emperor Nero once stood near this location. Today, Kassiopi is a cosmopolitan town with several taverns, cafes, bars and accommodation.
Sidari is a popular tourist resort, 36 km north-west of Corfu Town. Surrounded by a landscape of wild beauty, Sidari has developed a lot of tourist amenities over the last years. The village is located right next to the famous Canal d’ Amour (the Channel of Love), with the unique geological formations. Canal d’ Amour is one of the most distinctive spots of Corfu and everyone should visit.
Argirades is a large village on the way to Lefkimi, located 33 km south of Corfu Town. The village lies on the slopes of a verdurous hill, offering lovely scenes to the surrounding area. The architectural heritage of the village has its roots in the days of the Venetian rule with houses that reflect the strategic position of the area.
Kavos is one of the most tourist spots in Corfu. This popular resort is located at the southern part of the island, 45km from the town. During the last 20 years, Kavos has been hugely developed and today it is regarded as the top destination for British tourists. The pristine beaches and the night entertainment are all important features that Kavos has become famous for. Lying on the southern coast of Corfu, the village provides an impressive view to the