Undeniably, the Paleokatritsa Beach (also called the Paleokastritsa Xenia) is the star of the northern beaches of Corfu. It pertains to the homonymous seaside resort. Blue flagged as it is, the beach is washed by clean waters and it impresses by a range of unmatched natural endowments, floating, at the same time, in the legendary atmosphere that the locals project on the place. The Paleokastritsa Beach is serviced by countless eating and sleeping venues, ranging from luxury hotels to rooms and apartments for rent, complemented by beach bars and nearby restaurants and coffee shops. Paleokastritsa is a definite objective no tourist should ever think to miss.
The display made available by the Museum of Ceramic Art speaks about what is characteristic of Corfu in terms of ceramic art.
The Archeological Museum of Corfu Town impresses, the many archeological exhibits aside, by its famous Gorgon Medusa statue and other works of art in Greece
Given its location in the Ionian Sea, Corfu – which is the northernmost of all significant Ionian Island – makes possible trips to Albania (port of Saranda)