Lush landscapes, crystal clear waters and picturesque villages
In northeastern Corfu one can see picturesque small villages, between hills full of vineyards and olive groves. You can also visit Perithia, which is a historical monument of the island. The ruined mansions and its architectural richness bring admiration to anyone who revisits it.
WHAT TO DO
Very close is the Kassiopi Castle, which is considered one of the most important architectural remains of the Ionian Sea. Also the northeastern side of the island, is an ideal destination for families who want to spend a luxurious holiday and visit beaches and restaurants with fine tastes. Do not forget to visit Mount Pantokratoras, which is the highest peak of Corfu, as well as the monastery that is on top of it.
WHEN TO VISIT
The best time to visit Northeast Corfu is from May to September because of the weather that is warmer and sunny during those months. You will enjoy the outmost of the view towards the Ionian Sea when you see the sun laying his rays on the crystal clear blue waters, while on the same time you will be surrounded by beautiful evergreen trees!
WHO SHOULD VISIT
If you are visiting Corfu Island with your family or if you are looking for calm and quite vacation while enjoying the ultimate crystal clear view towards the Ionian Sea, accompanied with a delicious fish dish, Northeast Corfu is your place to be. Also, don’t hesitate to choose it if you like sailing and if you are a sea lover! This area was made for people who love a beautiful sea, a good fresh fish, green trees and tranquility
HOW TO GET THERE
Starting from Corfu Town, Corfu Port or Corfu Airport, use the National Road of Palaiokastritsa and follow the signs towards Dassia. When you reach Dassia, cross the village and follow the road for a few kilometres where you’ll enter the area of Northeast Corfu. If you do not have your own transport vehicle, you can reach the West side of the island using green or blue buses as a more economical solution, or otherwise use a taxi.