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Issos Beach

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February 2, 2020
Issos Beach is an open bay bordering Lake Korission to the south of the island" Traced by dunes, the golden sand at Issos seems to go on forever. If you want a bit more life and amenities close at hand you can stay close to the resort village of Agios Georgios on the east end. But you can also…
October 3, 2018
Beautiful long sandy beach in the South of the island.
George & Eva
George & Eva
June 9, 2018
Sand hills and cedar trees, near the biggest lake in Corfu.Try to be there on sunset , its amazing
May 6, 2018
Next to Chalikounas beach. Ιt is considered the Sahara Desert in Corfu.Beach with brown fine sand and permanent waves that must be for surfing.There is the lagoon of Korissia, which together with its habitat is nature protected nature, so there are neither hotels nor restaurants. If one thirsts or…
August 22, 2017
Amazing beach with very clear waters

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“Exceptional atmosphere to enjoy your beer and meal. Probably one of the best places in Corfu city to relax, just below the new fortress.”
  • 3 lokale anbefaler
“Spectacular scenic views of amazing Paleokastritsa from the top. Visit the castle, make fotos and take with you moments to cherish for ever!”
  • 14 lokale anbefaler
“Photographic material, books and documents dating back to 1862 and a specialized numismatic collection from the period of the Ionian Islands independent state (19thcentury). Local costumes dating back to 1800, folk house furniture, a cart, a harrow, a plow and other agricultural objects, a traditional olive press, shoe-maker’s and carpenter’s workshops, wine and distilled alcohol producing devices, a traditional kitchen space, a traditional bedroom, a religious space and much more.”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
“A very nice place to visit with a great view to the Old Fortress.Near to the sea”
  • 9 lokale anbefaler
Scenic Lookout
“On the highest spot of Pelekas Village, on a huge cliff, there is a monument called Kaiser’s Throne, a name given from the German Emperor Wilhelm the Second, who used to observe Corfu’s natural beauty every time he wished to escape from his routine. The idyllic sunset and the unique panoramic view will definitely stay vivid in your minds while the sun will sink into the sea and Corfu will constantly switch colours from one minute to the other. A truly majestic experience you do not want to lose!”
  • 8 lokale anbefaler
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